Lots of FREE entertainment at the Crewe Steampunk Convivial during the Saturday, Sunday, & Monday of the late May Bank Holiday. This includes Ichabod Steam and his Animatronic Band and a new Steampunk Musical being unveiled in CreweGreg Chapman, Rivers & Kidd, Gurdybird, Moment In Time, Victorian Blacksmith Forgework Demonstrations, Paul Snook’s Open Mic Sessions, […]
Over the weekend of the late May Bank Holiday while the Crewe Steampunk Convivial is once again making Crewe a tourist destination there will again be a free to enter Steampunk Market at the Lifestyle Centre. This will feature many of the traders who were in Crewe last year, such as Darren and Sarah Harris […]
TrAction Crewe is in its second year and will be joined this year by the Spare Parts Festival, making things bigger and better. There are a range of activities on the Saturday and Sunday which are all free and include a parade in the town centre! Please keep the weekend free in your diary and […]
Crewe Town Council was formed in April 2013 following a referendum . The Council took over from the Charter Trustees who had been responsible for civic functions in Crewe since Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council was absorbed into Cheshire East Borough Council in 2009. Based on population, Crewe Town Council is believed to be one of the five largest parish or town councils in the country. The people of Crewe are represented by 20 Town Councillors who were elected in May 2015 to serve a four year term.
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