Retro night at Nantwich Civic Hall

Nantwich music fans are being invited to put on their blue suede shoes to dance the night away to the sounds of the fifties. The retro night takes place  at the Civic More »

Midnight Walk Town Crier

Recruiting ‘midnight walkers’ in Nantwich

NANTWICH Town Crier John Parsons joined a team of ladies to ask the public to sign up to the Midnight Walk to raise funds for their local hospice. The ladies all work More »

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Midsummer music from Nantwich Concert Band

New musical director of the Nantwich Concert Band Nick Birch will make his first formal concert with the band this summer. Nick, a euphonium player with Fairey Brass, winners of the North West More »

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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 »


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 »

Santas on the run in Nantwich

Race start

by Jonathan White

The now annual Nantwich Santa Dash took place in Nantwich town centre on Sunday.

Liz Southall from online community radio station RedShift Radio compered the event on the town square, thanking sponsors, volunteers and participants for making it possible.

The ‘Rudolph family’ deservedly won the best dressed competition as they consisted of a Father Christmas, Mother Christmas, sleigh and three reindeer.

Wintry scenes in Nantwich

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Sub-zero temperatures overnight meant that the majority of Nantwich Lake was frozen over on Saturday.

Local photographer Jonathan White said: “I took the opportunity to photograph the gulls that were resting on the Lake’s ice.

“I noticed that some gulls stood on one leg at a time to avoid both feet getting cold!”


Nantwich Museum volunteers meet High Sheriff

High Sheriff signs the Visitors Book Picture Paul Topham
The High Sheriff of Cheshire, Susan Sellers, has visited Nantwich Museum to find out more about the work of volunteers and to celebrate their achievements 

Speaking at one of the museum’s regular volunteers meetings Mrs Sellers noted that without the support of volunteers organisations such as the museum would not survive.

Observing how the museum is a vital part of the Nantwich community she acknowledged the role of its volunteers in ensuring that opening hours are maintained and exhibitions organised along with a host of other activities.

Nantwich Mayor marks CAB’s anniversary

CAB Anniversary

Nantwich Mayor Christine Farrall was amongst the area’s civic leaders who joined Cheshire East Citizens Advice Bureau and guest speaker Fiona Bruce MP, at their AGM to celebrate 75 years of service in the area.  

Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB) first appeared in 1939, when over 200 emergency centres were established throughout the UK and were all governed by a Central Committee in London. 

They also dealt with rather more light-hearted problems including a gentleman who had lost his false teeth, a struggling Argyll house-hunter claiming she was descended from the King of Argyll and a lady who wrote to see what could be done about her flock of rather loud geese.

70s sensations come to Nantwich


Seventies rock and roll sensation Showaddywaddy comes to the Nantwich Civic Hall on Friday January 9.

Celebrating over 40 years in the business they bring their acclaimed Arena Tour to Nantwich for one night only.

Formed in the 1970s in Leicester from several local bands, they have sold more than 20 million records and have toured the world.  

Santa drops in on Nantwich

Rotary Club of Nantwich - Santas Grotto 2014

by Jonathan White

Santa Claus has taken time out of his busy schedule to meet and hand out presents to Nantwich children.

He has set up a branch of his grotto upstairs in the attic of the Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge on High Street.

Santa will be in Nantwich until Christmas on Saturdays (10am to 4pm) and Sundays (11am to 3pm).

Orchestra hits the right notes in Nantwich

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by Jonathan White

The South Cheshire Orchestra performed the first concert of their 2014-2015 season at Nantwich Methodist Church in Hospital Street on Saturday evening.

The performance was conducted by Alex Leadbeater and led by Lewis Goodrich.

The orchestra performed Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture (Fingal’s Cave), then welcomed French horn soloist Cliff Jones for Strauss’ Horn Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major.

Lighting up Christmas in Nantwich

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Nantwich town centre was illuminated on Saturday with the annual Christmas lights switch-on.

With a packed town centre, the event organised by Nantwich Town Council, proved a huge success.

The audience were treated to entertainment from Young Voices lead by Rector Barry Wilson and Paul Larcombe – the superb Elvis tribute act, whilst the younger audience got to meet Santa, Elves and the Grinch.

Radio station back online

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The Cat Community Radio Station is set to air its first live show from its new home at South Cheshire College this Saturday.

After four weeks of preparation, Saturday Toast, presented by Paul Simpson and Julie Lewis, will be broadcast over the internet from 8am to 10am.

Refurbishment and radio studio building has been under construction for the last four weeks, ready for the launch back on air.

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