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Following on from the success of the ‘Do you look after someone? Who is looking after you?’ event held in April, we plan to hold another on Wednesday 27th September. The event will again take place at Crewe Lifestyle Centre between 1pm and 5pm and will act as a ‘one-stop-shop’ for carers to obtain information […]

The Town Council submitted it’s response to the Cheshire East Supported Bus Service Review . The comments made by the Council are set out below: Crewe Town Council wishes to respond to the review and sets out its response in two groups. Matters of general nature and those specific to the current services and bus routes. […]

Are are delighted to announce that we are working in partnership with our colleagues at Cheshire East Council for a fantastic and very creative August Bank Holiday weekend in Crewe Town Centre. The streets of Crewe Town Centre will become the canvas for an international pavement art festival next month. Over the August Bank Holiday […]

The Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele) began on 31st July 1917 and was a British offensive which aimed to breach the German lines and then advance to the Belgain cost and the German submarine bases: British shipping losses could no longer be sustained. As usual, the attach was preceded by a ten day barrage by […]

Crewe Town Council welcomed the publication of the HS2 Phase 2a Bill yesterday (Monday 17th July) as an important step towards bringing HS2 to Crewe early. Simon Yates, the Leader of the Town Council said that ”frequent high speed services stopping at a 21st century station can transform Crewe and the surrounding areas in a […]

TrAction Crewe has launched the events programme for the stellar summer attraction in Crewe on the 8th and 9th July. Why not come along and share in all the free fun. The programme alone shows just how much is packed into the event that is set to fill the town centre in Crewe for two […]

All the exciting event details for TrAction Crewe are now appearing on the website hosted by CreweLife. For more information about what is happening over the weekend of 8th and 9th July take a look here.

The Council’s accounts are audited every year by an external auditor. As part of the regulations that surround this process the Council is obliged to invite the public to scrutinise the accounts. This is your chance to do so.  

The nations favourite locomotive received a special welcome in Crewe on Tuesday 16th May. Councillor Diane Yates, the newly elected Mayor of Crewe, greeted the Flying Scotsman as it arrived for a three day stop over at Crewe Heritage Centre. The Mayor had the pleasure of being invited on to the footplate of the world […]

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, […]

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