Crewe town centre will undergo a deep clean this week to help improve the shopping environment for visitors.
A choir of firefighters and support staff from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is looking to set the UK singles chart alight with the release of a charity single to mark the 15th anniversary of the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York.
The Crewe-based College, showed a pass rate of 99.1% – exceeding the national pass rate of 98.1%.
Local trampolinist Bryony Page has scooped silver at the Rio Olympics.
Two craft beer enthusiasts have opened Nantwich’s first bottled beer shop in the Swinemarket area of the town.
Cheshire East Council are to unveil a new changing room pavilion at the King George V Playing Fields on Monday 25 July 2016.
The Nantwich Food Festival takes place in early September, and the festival committee is calling for volunteers to help manage events during the busy weekend.
Food lovers will be served a real treat this September when Nantwich welcomes two celebrated TV chefs to the town for the annual Nantwich Food Festival.
LED lights have now been installed throughout the museum greatly enhancing the display of artefacts and exhibitions so improving the visitor experience.
High school pupils from Crewe and the surrounding areas had a taste of college-life, during two days of Secondary College.
Preparations for September’s popular Nantwich Food Festival are well under way, and the nominations for this year’s Food Awards have been revealed.