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Nantwich company launches college academy

Local healthcare students are looking forward to working in a new centre of excellence thanks to Nantwich company Ableworld. South Cheshire College’s Health and Social Care department has teamed up with Ableworld to More »

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Nantwich students meet candidate

Students at Nantwich’s Reaseheath College had the opportunity to question the Labour Parliamentary Candidate Adrian Heald about things that concern them and their vision of the future, when he visited the campus More »

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Nantwich Mayor’s charity night is a hit

Friday evening saw many quick step into the Nantwich Civic Hall for a night of dance with Todd Miller and The Joe Loss Orchestra. The event, organised by Nantwich Councillor Arthur Moran, More »

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Nantwich students in marine ‘rescue’

A beached pilot whale and several dolphins and seals were successfully rescued from the front lawn at Reaseheath College in Nantwich last week. Fortunately the emergency wasn’t for real, but a simulated More »

MP Edward Timpson with joiner James Lewis

MP builds on skills at Nantwich college

Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson built on his skills when he joined construction apprentices during lessons at Reaseheath College in Nantwich last week. The Minister for Children and Families visited the More »

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Battle of Nantwich event goes with a bang

By Jonathan White Nantwich’s Holly Holy Day event proved another huge success at the weekend. The Battle of Nantwich event and Winter Fayre took place in and around the town centre and More »

Nantwich company launches college academy

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Local healthcare students are looking forward to working in a new centre of excellence thanks to Nantwich company Ableworld.

South Cheshire College’s Health and Social Care department has teamed up with Ableworld to launch a Skills Development Academy which will benefit students and the local community.

Part of the college has been transformed into a replica hospital ward and an elderly person’s house and the area will give students the chance to carry out lots of practical work and learn more about hospital and domiciliary care.

Nantwich students meet candidate

Reaseheath 26 march 2015

Students at Nantwich’s Reaseheath College had the opportunity to question the Labour Parliamentary Candidate Adrian Heald about things that concern them and their vision of the future, when he visited the campus last week.

Mr Heald said: ‘‘Stewardship of the environment and animal welfare were high on the list for the students I spoke to.

“It was really helpful to understand what are their priorities in relation to sustainable agriculture with diversity of crops and support for natural habitats, what kind of society they want to live in for the future and to hear from them about day to day deliverable practical things that they would like to see, like affordable public transport.’’

Nantwich Mayor’s charity night is a hit

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Friday evening saw many quick step into the Nantwich Civic Hall for a night of dance with Todd Miller and The Joe Loss Orchestra.

The event, organised by Nantwich Councillor Arthur Moran, was hosted to raise money for the Mayor’s charities including Nantwich Players, Nantwich In Bloom and Nantwich Museum.

The popular band made a very welcome return, playing the biggest variety of music spanning the past 50 years from the Glenn Miller era right through to present day and the likes of Adele and Cee Lo Green.

Putting the breaks on speeding motorists

Willaston and Rope councillor Brian Silvester is calling for action to stop speeding down Rope Lane.

He said: “40% of vehicles  are speeding and this is simply unacceptable.

“Rope lane is the main route to Shavington High School. The road is narrow and in parts there is not a footpath for pedestrians.

“Students at the school have started a campaign to have a Pelican Crossing near to the junction of Rope Lane and Bankfield Avenue.

Nantwich students in marine ‘rescue’

Marine mammal medic Group lightened

A beached pilot whale and several dolphins and seals were successfully rescued from the front lawn at Reaseheath College in Nantwich last week.

Fortunately the emergency wasn’t for real, but a simulated situation to enable 37 animal management students to gain an internationally recognised qualification in wildlife rescue.

The one day course was offered to degree students and to Access to HE students who are studying science or animal management.

New salon welcomes Nantwich Mayor

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Nantwich Mayor Christine Farrall was one of the first customers through the doors of new salon, The Hair Lounge, based on Swinemarket in Nantwich.

The Mayor has been a client for many years, as is Councillor Arthur Moran, and they were both delighted to welcome them into the town.

The duo in charge of this new salon, Gary Johnston and Kelly McCann, have been working together in the business for over 15 years.

Celebrations at Nantwich Lake

Wildlife fans and dog owners are being invited to a day of celebration at Nantwich Lake.

It takes place between 11am and 3pm on Tuesday, April 7, and has been organised by Cheshire East Council with the help of Ansa Environmental Services Limited – the council’s operating company for parks, the RSPCA and The Dogs Trust.

Two new information signs will be unveiled together with a wooden swan sculpture.

Traffic problems in Nantwich

Traffic problems in Nantwich are expected to ease this week after a series of emergencies caused delays.

The most serious bottleneck was caused on Tuesday morning when Scottish Power Networks set up temporary lights on Hospital Street, where crews were restoring electricity supplies after a power outage.

This coincided with hold-ups caused by an overturned tractor on the A500/A51 Newcastle Road close to the Cheerbrook roundabout.

MP builds on skills at Nantwich college

MP Edward Timpson with joiner James Lewis

Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson built on his skills when he joined construction apprentices during lessons at Reaseheath College in Nantwich last week.

The Minister for Children and Families visited the college as part of National Apprenticeships Week, a celebration of the benefits that skilled apprentices bring to businesses and to the national economy by increasing productivity and providing workforce succession.

Mr Timpson tried his hand at bricklaying and joinery in Reaseheath’s tailormade workshops and chatted to successful apprentices who are learning their trade at college and in the workplace.

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