Post Tagged with: "walkers"

Woman rescued at Bickerton after steep fall

Woman rescued at Bickerton after steep fall

A woman had to be rescued by fire crews after plunging down a steep bank at Bickerton near Nantwich.

Fire crews from Nantwich were called out at around 3.40pm yesterday (January 9) to Coppermine Lane, Bickerton, a popular spot for walkers.

January 10, 2020
Boxing Day walkers brave the rain in Wistaston!

Boxing Day walkers brave the rain in Wistaston!

By Jonathan White
Eleven local walkers and nine dogs braved the rain to take part in the annual Wistaston Community Council Boxing Day stroll.

The group started at Wistaston Memorial Hall on Church Lane in Wistaston.

December 31, 2019
Stunned walkers find car submerged in Nantwich Lake

Stunned walkers find car submerged in Nantwich Lake

Stunned early morning walkers stumbled across this car partly submerged in Nantwich Lake today!

The dark-coloured vehicle was seen as dawn broke over the swollen waters of the lake.

October 29, 2019
Wistaston walkers enjoy annual Boxing Day stroll

Wistaston walkers enjoy annual Boxing Day stroll

By Jonathan White
More than 30 local walkers and six dogs enjoyed a gentle stroll in Wistaston on Boxing Day.

The annual event was organised by Helen Gould and led by Ian Gould, both members of the Wistaston Community Council.

December 27, 2018
Wistaston dog walkers enjoy traditional Boxing Day stroll

Wistaston dog walkers enjoy traditional Boxing Day stroll

By Jonathan White
More than 40 Wistaston walkers and their dogs enjoyed a gentle stroll on Boxing Day 2017.

The annual event was organised by Helen Gould, a member of the Wistaston Community Council.

December 27, 2017
Wistaston walkers stroll the village to keep footpaths open

Wistaston walkers stroll the village to keep footpaths open

By Jonathan White
Twenty local walkers and dogs enjoyed a gentle stroll around Wistaston – to sustain an old bye-law in the village!

The event was organised by Helen Gould, one of the Wistaston Community helpers, and the route lasted 90 minutes over 2.5 miles of the village fields.

January 2, 2015