Join Colin Cook, Dave Ellson and The Cat’s Chris Cadman at 2pm this Saturday on The Cat 107.9fm and on www.thisisthecat.com. We will be reliving those disco days and music played in the Cheshire Cat, Welsh Row, Nantwich between 1975 -1985. All of this prior to a fabulous night at The Studio Castle Street Nantwich where
Words & Music Festival organisers have announced bumper tickets sales for this year’s event. The Nantwich based festival, now in its eleventh year, was launched on Monday 8th October 2018 at a reception for friends and supporters held at Nantwich Civic Hall, selling more tickets than ever before for the
Cheshire singer, songwriter and musician Tom Seals is among the headlining acts for this year’s Words & Music Festival with his band CC Smugglers. Tom Seals, who attended Ruskin High School in Crewe, made his name as a musician with The Tom Seals Band, where he supported the Bedfordshire band
Home Instead are supporting The Alzheimer’s Society with a Nantwich based Memory Walk taking place on Sunday 14 October 2018 at Nantwich Riverside Loop Walk at 11am (register at 10am). Find out more in the interview on The Late Lunch: https://www.facebook.com/1735000963461507/posts/1910915019203433/
“Welsh Row Through The Ages”, Nantwich Museum’s major summer exhibition, has been opened by Mayor of Cheshire East, Cllr. Lesley Smetham and runs until Saturday 13 October. The Mayor was accompanied by her consort and the Mayor of Nantwich, Cllr. David Marren. Local musician, Andrew Bassey introduced the event with a selection of Welsh-themed music and a Victorian song. The exhibition is designed to illustrate continuity and change on the row throughout its long and varied history.