Day by day
11.30am to 1pm: The Luncheon Club
will be held from September after moving across
Beam Street from The Gables. [A new club manager is now sought
after the retirement of Judy Townsend. Contact Graham Fenton,
07486 520049, for more details.]
1.30pm to 4pm: Table tennis
7.15pm to 11pm: Ceroc (Jive and Salsa Dance).
9.30am to 12 noon: The 50+ Club.
11.30am to 1pm: The Luncheon Club
2pm to 4.30pm: Tea dance.
AC Fusion Dance (Modern Line
6pm to 7pm;
improvers, 7pm to 8pm;
8pm to 10.30pm.
8am to 12 noon: Table top sales.
1.30pm to 4.30pm: Table tennis.
7.30pm to 10.30pm: Social Ballroom, Latin
Popular Sequence Dancing.
No membership is
required; all ages
Book now for all
this year's music
TICKETS are now available for:
Friday, August 19: Ultimate
Saturday, August 20: Little Chix
Saturday, August 20: The UK Bee
Sunday, August 21: Flash (A tribute
Saturday, August 27: The Alter
Eagles. Tickets £20.
Saturday, September 17: AC DC UK.
Saturday, October 22: Bon Jovi
Forever. Tickets £15.
Friday, October 28: The Revolvers.
Friday, November 18: The UK Rock
Show. Tickets £15.
Saturday, November 19: The Guns 'n' Roses
Saturday, November 28: U2 Baby.
Saturday, December 3: UK Bjorn
Friday, December 9: Electromantics.
at the Civic Hall is handled by Crewe
firm Warble Entertainment Agency.
Toilets Comfort Scheme
NANTWICH Town Council has set up a
Comfort Scheme in which some of the town's cafes, etc, will
allow visitors to the town to use their toilets - without being
a customer! There is no charge for this use.
For more details visit
on this website.
Council publication available
THE June edition of "Talk of the
Town", Nantwich Town Council's free publication of news and
details of local events, is available from Nantwich Civic Hall
in Market Street. Copies have also been delivered to local
households. See also
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Month by month
Antiques and Collectors Markets will be held on
July 9, August 13, September 10 and October 22.
selling arts and crafts, with food and drink, will be held on
these Saturdays: September 4, October 16 and November 19.
Rock and Gem Fair, Saturday,
July 23 and Sunday 24
o For farmers' markets, see
Town Clerk describes her role
NANTWICH Town Council's Clerk (see above) will be one of two speakers at a "face-to-face" meeting of the Nantwich Group of the Family History Society of Cheshire on July 19. The group meets at Hospital Street Methodist Church Centre and welcomes visitors to their meetings. For more details about the meeting, see here.
Nanocon (Nantwich Comic Con)
THE event which features a range of
show business characters will be held at the Civic Hall on
Saturday, July 2, 10am to 4pm).
be television and movie guests, props (properties) and displays,
characters, cosplayers, competitions and more.
Entry to the event at
10am will be by a £6 ticket. This is one hour before entry by an
on-the-door ticket. Under 5s go in free. There are no age
Nantwich Film Club
THE town's community cinema is volunteer run and shows films
on a 5.7metre (224-inch) screen. They show a wide variety of genres, including popular, independent,
classic and foreign language films.
The club wants opinions and suggestions for films and events. The committee welcomes new members.
Films are screened on the
second Monday of the month. The doors and bar open at 7pm and the film
starts promptly at 7.45pm (unless stated otherwise - for a longer film, for
There is no membership fee and no obligation to see every
film. Tickets are £5 on the door - no booking - and open to all, subject to British Board of Film
July 11: "Sweet Bean" - a gentle story of a dorayaki pancake seller in Tokyo who cooks with skill but no enthusiasm. He takes on a new assistant who brings her own Sweet Bean recipe which enlivens the business and his emotions.
The film runs for 113 minutes and is a drama with a Japanese soundtrack.
August 8: "Belfast". Set in 1969, the film tells of nine-year-old Buddy who funds himself surrounded by sporadic violence and growing danger. He tries to understand The Troubles and his family face a nearly impossible life-altering decision - stay or start packing.
The film runs for 98 minutes and is a drama in English. 12A.
September 12: "The Last Tree". After a happy, care-free childhood in rural Lincolnshire, Femi, a British boy of Nigerian heritage, is taken from his private foster family. His birth mother wants him back to live with her in her small inner London flat. He is confronted by what it means to be a young black man living in the capital.
The film runs for 99 minutes and is a drama in English. 15.
What's happening in 2022?
A PAGE listing events that are
being staged in Nantwich throughout 2022 can be found
Nantwich Civic Hall
Market Street, Nantwich, CW5 5DG
Telephones 01270 628633 (Civic Hall) and
01270 303150 (Information Centre).
Civic Hall Box Office: 01270
628633. Open 9am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Also, see the item in the middle column about
booking tickets on line.
Nantwich Town Council Facilities
Nantwich Town Council Marketing
To hire the Civic
Hall, telephone 01270 628633. The main hall has a 500-person
capacity. The Peggy Killick Suite holds 80
people for parties, conferences, meetings, exercise classes, dance
groups, training days, etc. The suite can be booked free of charge.
The Civic Hall is owned and run
by Nantwich Town Council who acquired it from Cheshire East Borough
Council. (See this Letter from Nantwich).
Telephones: 01270 619224 and
01270 628633. [Brookfield Hall can also be hired.]
Nantwich Information Centre is
located in the Civic Hall. Telephone 01270 303150 (9am to 4.30pm,
Monday to Friday).
As well as tourism information - for visitors or for local people
wishing to know about attractions in town or the rest of the country - the
centre has details of local events taking place in the Civic Hall or other
venues in town.
Tickets for events are available from the Civic Hall unless stated otherwise. The Box Office
from 9am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Tickets are also available for
events not staged in the Civic Hall.
lFor details of listed
and click on "Civic Hall"
and then "Buy Tickets" links.
The Very Best in Stand-Up Comedy
COMEDY shows are held on the first Friday of every month in the Civic Hall, featuring four comedians from "the best from national and international comedy circuits." The line ups are subject to change.
The shows are open to 18 year olds and over.
Tickets at £10 are available from the Civic Hall, at the box office or by calling 01270 628633 during office hours. Tables are available for bookings of six or more from https://www.civiccomedy.co.uk/reservations
The Very Best in Stand Up Comedy is presented by Straight Up Comedy in conjunction with Nantwich Town Council. For more information visit:
THE stand-up comedy shows are taking a summer break for the summer, until September 2.
Friday, September 9: A touring show, starring Dan Nightingale (Smasher). Tickets (£14) are on sale now.