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Mystery over Stapeley Happy Trail “pub” stone thefts

Mystery over Stapeley Happy Trail “pub” stone thefts

Two popular “I Miss The Pub” painted stones on Stapeley’s Happy Trail have now gone missing!

Mystery surrounds the disappearance of the bright red painted stones, which were a popular feature of the amazing Happy Trail along the Stapeley estate’s orchard path.

June 27, 2020
Stones trail in Stapeley inspires youngsters to fundraise for MIND

Stones trail in Stapeley inspires youngsters to fundraise for MIND

Big-hearted Stapeley youngsters are raising hundreds of pounds for MIND thanks to their amazing “Happy Trail” of stones and other initiatives.

As well as the brightly coloured stone trail, they have held charity sweet stalls and fundraising toy sales to raise funds during lockdown.

May 22, 2020
Mum lost staggering 24 stone using Nantwich gym after promise to parents

Mum lost staggering 24 stone using Nantwich gym after promise to parents

A South Cheshire mum who could “fill a two-seater sofa” has shed a staggering 24 STONE to fulfil a promise to her mum and dad who both died of cancer.

Sharon Blakemore looks unrecognisable after losing the weight thanks to a strict eating regime and using Gymophobics in Nantwich.

July 5, 2019
Sealed Knot unveils plaque in Nantwich to mark 46-year association

Sealed Knot unveils plaque in Nantwich to mark 46-year association

The Sealed Knot Society have unveiled a plaque, stone and tree to Nantwich to mark their long association with the town.

The plaque, stone and mature tulip tree acknowledged The Sealed Knot’s 46 years of involvement in the annual Holly Holy Day events, commemorating the 1643 Battle of Nantwich.

April 15, 2018
Nantwich War Memorial to be listed, while stone will honour town hero Stanley Boughey

Nantwich War Memorial to be listed, while stone will honour town hero Stanley Boughey

Nantwich War Memorial looks set to be officially ‘listed’ by Historic England as a site of ‘special architectural or historic interest’.

The move to list the memorial in the town square on High Street is part of the Government’s plan for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One, which takes place in November 2018.

October 15, 2017