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Visitor attraction Bunbury Mill to reopen in 2022

Visitor attraction Bunbury Mill to reopen in 2022

Bunbury Mill will re-open to visitors on Sunday March 27.

It will be open every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday until October 30 2022 from 1pm to 5pm.

March 21, 2022
Nantwich Buddies group receives £1,150 donation from housebuilder

Nantwich Buddies group receives £1,150 donation from housebuilder

Nantwich Buddies volunteer group formed in lockdown to help those in need has received a £1,150 donation to launch its own website.

Buddies is a group of 60 regular volunteers supporting about 85 households of elderly and vulnerable families with shopping, prescription collection and befriending.

January 25, 2021
Cheshire East Council sees surge in waste reduction volunteers

Cheshire East Council sees surge in waste reduction volunteers

Cheshire East Council’s waste reduction volunteer programme has seen a surge of new recruits signing up to play their part in improving the local environment.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, volunteers from across the borough have come forward to join the programme.

January 16, 2021
Nantwich heads praise community response to volunteer plea

Nantwich heads praise community response to volunteer plea

Nantwich headteachers have praised the response of the community after appealing for help to deliver mass Covid testing of pupils on site.

David Cole, head of Brine Leas Academy, and John Harrison at Malbank have been working over Christmas to plan for the testing after the Government announced new return dates and mass testing requirements.

January 4, 2021
Nantwich Buddies to stage first Virtual Volunteer Expo

Nantwich Buddies to stage first Virtual Volunteer Expo

Nantwich Buddies volunteer organisation is launching its first “Virtual Volunteer Expo” from tomorrow (September 21).

Volunteers from across Cheshire and beyond are invited to take part in any or all of the workshops being staged over the subsequent weeks.

September 20, 2020
Lyndon Wain appointed as Nantwich Town community development manager

Lyndon Wain appointed as Nantwich Town community development manager

Nantwich Town have appointed Lyndon Wain as their new community development manager with immediate effect.

Lyndon is well known at the Weaver Stadium having worked as a volunteer coach for more than 12 years.

August 4, 2018
Tributes paid to Willaston volunteer Helenor King who has died

Tributes paid to Willaston volunteer Helenor King who has died

People have paid tribute to long-service Willaston volunteer Helenor King who has died.

The 81-year-old was recognised by many as a hard-working volunteer for a number of causes, including the Samaritans for Crewe Stroke Support Group for decades.

March 5, 2018
Nantwich Museum volunteer honoured with Dutton Prize

Nantwich Museum volunteer honoured with Dutton Prize

A loyal supporter of Nantwich Museum has been honoured with the annual Dutton Prize.

Molly Stone was presented with the honour at the Museum Friends and Volunteers Dinner at Residence in Nantwich.

October 19, 2017
Former Nantwich Museum volunteer honoured for 23 years service

Former Nantwich Museum volunteer honoured for 23 years service

A former Nantwich Museum volunteer was honoured for his 23 years’ service when he re-visited the Pillory Street venue.

Allan Whatley, now aged 104, was presented with a painting of Nantwich Medieval Market by chair of the museum trust Nick Dyer in recognition of his service.

May 29, 2017

Nantwich Age UK charity shop appeals for volunteers

Nantwich’s Age UK shop in Swine Market is desperate for more volunteers.

The charity wants local people to sign up as a volunteer to help raise much-needed funds to support the charity’s work.

June 7, 2016
Young Nantwich Seals volunteer scoops Everybody award

Young Nantwich Seals volunteer scoops Everybody award

A member of Nantwich Seals swimming club has been named Young Volunteer of the Year at the Everybody Awards.

Becky Emeny won the category at an awards ceremony held at Wrenbury Hall, near Nantwich.

October 16, 2015

Age UK shop in Nantwich launches PAT tester appeal

The Age UK shop in Nantwich is appealing for a local electrician as part of a new scheme.

Staff at the store on Swine Market are taking in electrical items – but they cannot be sold on without PAT testing.

August 26, 2015
Feature: Nantwich Foodbank provides thousands with a lifeline

Feature: Nantwich Foodbank provides thousands with a lifeline

Trussell Trust Foodbanks gave out three-day food packages 1,084,604 times in 2014-15.
But this staggering statistic is not one to be celebrated. Volunteers at Nantwich Foodbank would rather be out of a job.
Our reporter Sara Royle finds out more.

April 27, 2015