The Big (Summer) Battle of Nantwich (2007)
pictures by Andy Gillitt)
in Nantwich and
Lakeside views and "The Willows"
The story of how the Lamb
Hotel became Chatterton House
Nantwich Town FC cup
The experts who write for this
WHAT IS A DABBER?
THEY use dabbers in painting, plate making, brass rubbing . . . and bingo. In
fact, anything where you need to dab! It is the name of a particular type of
boat. But here in Nantwich we tend to think of ourselves as Dabbers. Why?
There are various theories. Click on this
link to find out more.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
I AM often asked how
I pronounce my surname, Brough. Is it as in brow, throw, cough, through or Bruges, people
ask. None of the above. It is said as you would say Bruff - which is often how
people spell it if I don't tell them otherwise.
When the societies combine
THE local groups whose
represen-tatives are listed in the centre of this page
concentrate on their own actuivities - but occasionally they
combine their efforts for a major event - as here:
Societies get together to
tidy the town
Stubbs is Chairman of Nantwich Civic
Greenspaces South Cheshire (UK) CIC,
and Nantwich Partnership.
latest item here
an expert on family tree matters.
Chairman of the Family History Society of Cheshire at the
October 2012 AGM at Mobberley.
Family Lines items for some
JOYCE Webb is the
Team Leader of Nantwich Litter Group, an organisation that keeps the town looking tidy.
JAMES Thompson is Executive Director
for Greenspaces South Cheshire
(UK) CIC. Previously he was Nantwich Riverside Project
Officer and his articles for that venture can be found
See the Greenspace items
NANTWICH historian Andrew Lamberton
is the man to ask when it comes to a Nantwich building or a moment in
history. See the This and That page
or his own pages at Ask Andrew.
Please see the
notes on the
columns of Paul Simpson (above, left) and Andrew Lamberton (above
right), about questions on this website.