What’s On

Colourful local band ‘The Blue Yellows’ have been brewing up an new album rehearsed and recorded in keyboardist and backing vocalist Emma’s kitchen. The album of live and session tracks called ‘Kitchen Sessions’ is to be released at the local brewery, Tom’s Tap and Brew in Thomas Street, Crewe onmore

Motherwell Cheshire Celebrating International Women’s Day. Saturday March 2nd 10 – 4pm. Motherwell Cheshire in partnership with Cheshire Without Abuse, Cheshire College – South and West and Crewe Town Council is preparing for their annual International Women’s Day Celebrations by hosting Crewe Women’s Day. International Women’s Day is a globalmore

Bunbury Mill’s regular Sunday openings are suspended during the winter – partly in response to demand, but mainly so that the volunteer team can work on the many aspects of maintenance and restoration that are required to preserve our unique heritage.  Among the many tasks completed, the massive bearings have beenmore

On Tuesday 5 March, Cheshire multi award-winning Lion Salt Works Museum near Northwich will open a unique exhibition called ‘Wartime Industry and Working Women in Cheshire, 1914-1950’. The exhibition is based on stories, documents and photos shared by the dedicated women who kept the county going during both World Wars.more

Our favourite furry friends are back as Staffordshire’s Trentham Monkey Forest reopens its doors for another season. The locally loved attraction reopens on the 16th February, just in time for half term. As well as seeing the monkeys for the first time this year you can also save money withmore

To celebrate the tour of Tom Gates: Live On Stage coming to Crewe, the Lyceum is hosting Doodle Your Town, a drawing competition open to all ages that asks you to doodle something you like about where you live – maybe your school, a park, an old building, or amore

Reaseheath College once again opens its doors for the annual lambing weekends on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March and Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th March 2019. Doors open 10am-4pm with last entry at 3pm.  The whole family can enjoy this unique springtime experience.  Children will always remember seeing lambsmore

Nantwich residents have a chance to vote for people who make a real difference to the town in this year’s Nantwich Mayor “Salt of the Earth” awards. Mayor Cllr David Warren is following in the footsteps of former Mayors in staging the awards to recognise and celebrate the achievements ofmore