Businesses celebrate at Nantwich Food Awards 3rd November 2017 The Nantwich Food Awards were staged last week at the town’s Civic Hall, with a Gala celebration of local businesses that have delivered outstanding products and services to customers. Local food and drink lovers voted online in their thousands in recent [...]
Sixty four enthusiastic Nantwich Food Festival volunteers met up on Sunday at the Olive Tree in Nantwich to brush up on their skills. Training was delivered by Simon Walter of Rhino Health and Safety to ensure that all the volunteers are able to give a good service to the nearly 40,000 visitors that come to the annual Nantwich Food Festival whilst looking after themselves.
St Luke’s Hospice in association with the Nantwich Food and Drink Festival present a Gala concert on Saturday 6th September with all proceeds going to St Luke's.
Grensons Motor Village for all your transport needs whether private or business we will have the deal for you. Our experienced sales team have your interest at heart and will help you find the car or van that meets your needs.
Well into our third generation, F J Need (foods) Ltd remains a family run business after the late John Need began its journey in 1973. As a cheese production company we provide grated, block, sliced and diced cheese of the highest quality to the food service, manufacturing and wholesale sectors of the market.
Guests at the recent Nantwich Food Awards were kept entertained by the fantastic Kassette. Kassette are a Cheshire based acoustic duo consisting of Nick Lundie, Adele Tribute singer Megan Lee and Nathan Lundie.
STARS of the Nantwich food and drink industry were recognised at a special awards ceremony on Sunday. Owners of pubs, shops, restaurants and cafes flocked to a presentation evening after more than 1500 people cast their votes online in the Nantwich Food and Drink Awards.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 photo competition. The winner in the Adult category was Paul Compton, with ‘Big smiles all everywhere.’ The winner in the 17 and under category was Gabby Owen, with 'SW Cheshire Scouts'
NANTWICH Food and Drink Festival was hailed “the best yet” after massive crowds visited over the weekend. The annual celebration of all things food brought the sweet taste of success to organisers with its not for profit company.
The Festival organisers are thrilled to report that the Brasswurst Bavarian Beer Band will be entertaining visitors at this Friday evening's extravaganza, the 5th September, starting at 6pm and going on until 8.30pm.