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Police arrest 18 during Nantwich Jazz, Blues and Music Festival

Police arrest 18 during Nantwich Jazz, Blues and Music Festival

Nantwich police made 18 arrests as drunken youths marred the success of the town’s Jazz, Blues and Music Festival. Officers also issued 13 section 27 orders against yobs, banning them from entering the town for specified periods.

April 3, 2013
Music festivals combine to pull in 40,000 visitors to Nantwich

Music festivals combine to pull in 40,000 visitors to Nantwich

By Jonathan White This is guitar trio J.L.S. who opened up the Railway Hotel’s very own Easter music bonanza in Nantwich. The hotel has live music on all weekend with its “Keep Music Live” festival.

March 30, 2013
Welsh Row in Nantwich to stage “Easter on the Row” festival

Welsh Row in Nantwich to stage “Easter on the Row” festival

Two venues in Nantwich’s historic Welsh Row are to stage their own festivities over the Easter weekend. Bosses of The Cat and Firenze have joined forces to stage the “Easter on the Row” between Thursday March 28 and Easter Monday.

March 23, 2013
Nantwich based Skin Health Spa wins national employer award

Nantwich based Skin Health Spa wins national employer award

Nantwich-based Skin Health Spa has won “Employer of the Year” at the Professional Beauty Awards 2013. The aesthetic clinic group, based on Welsh Row, picked up the accolade at a televised awards night at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

March 9, 2013
Nantwich councillor backs deferral of 240-homes plan at Marsh Lane

Nantwich councillor backs deferral of 240-homes plan at Marsh Lane

A Nantwich town councillor has welcomed moves to defer a decision on a 240-homes proposal for greenfield land off Marsh Lane. Cllr Arthur Moran (left) spoke out against the Gladman Developments proposals at a Cheshire East Council strategic planning board.

February 9, 2013
Planners back 240-homes proposal for Queen’s Drive in Nantwich

Planners back 240-homes proposal for Queen’s Drive in Nantwich

Council planners look set to give a 240-home development on land in Nantwich the green light, despite objections. Gladman Developments want to build on land off Queen’s Drive, along with a children’s play area and convenience store.

February 6, 2013
Nantwich Museum hosts “Battle of Nantwich” exhibition

Nantwich Museum hosts “Battle of Nantwich” exhibition

A Battle of Nantwich exhibition has opened in the Community Gallery at Nantwich Museum. And the display will whet the appetite for this weekend’s Holly Holy Day event – the re-enactment of the 1644 Battle of Nantwich.

January 23, 2013
Review: Nantwich Bookworms read “The 39 Steps”

Review: Nantwich Bookworms read “The 39 Steps”

By Joy Cassidy Nantwich Bookworms will be meeting in February to discuss their current book, John Buchan’s The 39 Steps. Over the Christmas period, members read Richard Paul Evans’ self-published book, The Christmas Box.

January 22, 2013
Nantwich firm launches new “Reggie” App at Brine Leas School

Nantwich firm launches new “Reggie” App at Brine Leas School

A new mobile app designed to help teachers take class registers on the go, has been launched at Brine Leas School in Nantwich. The app, called ‘Reggie’ and designed by local company GSD Communications, was launched by 2008 Apprentice winner Lee McQueen and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson.

January 14, 2013
Holly Holy Day Society’s “Battle of Nantwich” plans all set

Holly Holy Day Society’s “Battle of Nantwich” plans all set

The Holly Holy Day Society is putting together the final plans ahead of this month’s “Battle of Nantwich” on January 26. It promises to be another action-packed event with the Sealed Knot’s re-enactment of the 1644 battle on Mill Island the highlight.

January 4, 2013
More Nantwich pubs and clubs join “Arc Angel” police scheme

More Nantwich pubs and clubs join “Arc Angel” police scheme

Eleven licensed premises in Nantwich have now signed up to Cheshire Police’s Arc Angel scheme. The initiative aims to tackle alcohol-related crime in the town, and police are keen for Nantwich to be  promoted as a “protected town”.

December 5, 2012
Nantwich traders to launch “money back” car park ticket scheme

Nantwich traders to launch “money back” car park ticket scheme

Nantwich traders are backing a pilot scheme to allow shoppers to redeem the cost of their carpark ticket in town stores. The two-part ticket scheme has been put together by Nantwich Flourish and the Nantwich Local Area Partnership.

November 15, 2012
Thai restaurant plan for former Mia Stanza store on Welsh Row

Thai restaurant plan for former Mia Stanza store on Welsh Row

The former Mia Stanza store on Nantwich’s Welsh Row could become a new Thai restaurant and takeaway, it has emerged. A licensing application has been lodged by restaurant owners in Manchester for the site, town councillors said.

September 19, 2012