Nantwich Activities and Events
Each village has its own event organiser and a varied program of events and
activities to suit all interests. Please see below for news of all our events
activities at Nantwich Village.
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On Mothering Sunday Fred & Chris came to entertain in the Alpine Suite with a selection of Mothering Sunday songs followed by a lovely Mothering Sunday tea with homemade cupcakes.
As Residents were leaving they said how much they had enjoyed the afternoon.
Why not join us today at 2:30pm in the Alpine Suite for an afternoon of Classical Music including popular Operas and music from “The Sound of Music” itself?
And for those of you who enjoy a "sing-a-long" we are sure there will be many of your “favourite things” to do just that to!
You can then enjoy a refreshing cup of tea with friends. For more information please contact Jane-Ann Stubbs on 01270 629080.
Why not celebrate St George's Day with friends and the ever popular Kipling Singers as they join us from 2.30pm for a musical afternoon with favourites old and new.
Everyone is welcome and we will be providing delicious cakes and refreshments for all to enjoy.
Please contact Jane-Ann Stubbs for further information on 01270 629080.
Join us today at 2:30pm in the Alpine Suite for our Tea Dance including Musical Memories - all hosted by Jean Jackson.
This is a fun afternoon for everyone and often includes a bit of a "sing-a long" to favourite tunes.
So whether you like a waltz or line dance, there is something for everyone plus refreshments are on hand to keep you going!
For more information please contact Jane-Ann Stubbs on 01270 629080
Kind hearted residents, staff and visitors together with employees of Custom Powders Ltd in Crewe have donated a huge pile of Easter Eggs to The Salvation Army for local families in the Crewe & Nantwich area.
The Eggs were collected by Captain Steven Watson and then distributed by local health workers in time for the Easter break.
Thanking everyone who had donated, Captain Watson remarked “It is lovely to see that there are so many generous people and I am sure there will be many smiling(and chocolaty) faces for Easter”.