Post Tagged with: "town council"

Nantwich to host second Flower Market in town square

Nantwich to host second Flower Market in town square

A second Flower Market will be taking place in Nantwich town square this Saturday June 16.

Last year, the town welcomed hundreds of visitors to the new event, which saw stalls packed with an abundance of colour.

Nantwich Town Council to sponsor International Cheese Awards marquee

Nantwich Town Council to sponsor International Cheese Awards marquee

Nantwich Town Council is to be the main sponsor of the International Cheese Awards Marquee at this year’s Nantwich Show.

Councillors voted unanimously to back a five-year sponsorship deal which they believe will provide major benefits to the town.

June 1, 2018 1 comment Human Interest, News, Politics
New Mayor of Nantwich David Marren sworn in at council ceremony

New Mayor of Nantwich David Marren sworn in at council ceremony

The new Mayor of Nantwich Cllr David Marren has officially taken over the chains of office for 2018-19.

Cllr Marren was formerly elected as the new Mayor to take over from Cllr Penny Butterill before the Nantwich Town Council meeting tonight (May 24).

May 24, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich Spring Market returns to town square on April 7

Nantwich Spring Market returns to town square on April 7

Nantwich’s Spring Market will return to the town square this Saturday April 7 following its popularity last year.

The market, which will run from 9am until 3pm, will feature a large selection of stalls offering an eclectic mix of seasonal produce, gifts and treats.

Four teenagers quizzed over Beam Street assault in Nantwich

Four teenagers quizzed over Beam Street assault in Nantwich

Four teenagers have now been questioned in connection with the Beam Street assault on a 23-year-old man in Nantwich in January, police have confirmed.

A 16-year-old boy from Nantwich was arrested on February 10 on suspicion of affray, and a 15-year-old boy from Manchester was arrested on February 22 on suspicion of violent disorder.

March 13, 2018 1 comment Crime, Human Interest, News
Residents in Nantwich action group call for link road plan to be stopped

Residents in Nantwich action group call for link road plan to be stopped

Angry residents in Nantwich have demanded an application for a through road on their estate to be stopped because of what they believe was an inadequate “engagement exercise” by council chiefs.

Members of the Edmund Wright Way Taylor Drive Action Group (EWWTD) have called on Nantwich Town councillors to support their calls for plans to link the two roads to be stopped.

Nantwich in Bloom team honoured by councillors for winning Gold

Nantwich in Bloom team honoured by councillors for winning Gold

Volunteers of the Nantwich in Bloom team have been honoured by town councillors for achieving a Gold Certificate in Britain in Bloom.

Nantwich Mayor Cllr Penny Butterill receives the Gold Certificate from Tony Percival, chair of Nantwich in Bloom.

January 12, 2018 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich youngsters can win chance to turn on town’s Christmas lights

Nantwich youngsters can win chance to turn on town’s Christmas lights

Youngsters in Nantwich are being given the chance to turn on the town’s Christmas Lights later this month.

Nantwich Town Council is staging a competition with one lucky winner joining town Mayor Cllr Penny Butterill for the big switch-on.

Police to target speeding drivers near Nantwich Lake after complaints

Police to target speeding drivers near Nantwich Lake after complaints

Residents and councillors are calling on police to target speeding motorists on Shrewbridge Road close to Nantwich Lake.

Several residents have complained about dangerous speeds of drivers along the 30mph stretch alongside the lake before the bend on Park Road.

October 15, 2017 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich allotment tenants losing plot in council crackdown

Nantwich allotment tenants losing plot in council crackdown

Would-be gardeners in Nantwich are literally losing the plot – amid a council crackdown on absent allotment holders.

Nantwich Town councillors are targeting a ‘growing’ problem with tenants who have ‘bean’ neglecting their sites.

September 8, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Hundreds of visitors enjoy Nantwich Societies Spectacular Day

Hundreds of visitors enjoy Nantwich Societies Spectacular Day

Visitors packed in to Nantwich town square for the popular Societies Spectacular event.

More than 30 local groups and societies opened up stalls to promote what they do to a large audience in an event organised by Nantwich Town Council.

Angry Nantwich town centre residents fight plans for Craft Ale Bar

Angry Nantwich town centre residents fight plans for Craft Ale Bar

Nantwich town centre residents are fighting plans for a Craft Ale Bar on Castle Street, claiming the area is already a magnet for drug users and trouble makers.

A licensing application to open premises next to The Studio has been submitted to Cheshire East Council by Peter Terry.

July 14, 2017 0 comments Crime, Environment, Human Interest, News
New Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Penny Butterill installed

New Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Penny Butterill installed

The new Mayor of Nantwich has been installed, with Cllr Penny Butterill taking over the role.

Cllr Butterill, who represents Nantwich North and West, was invested at the Mayor Making ceremony during the annual Nantwich Town Council meeting last night (May 11).

May 12, 2017 1 comment Human Interest, News