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Saturday, 20 December 2014

MIDDLEWICH MAKERS MARKET 2014 (ARCHIVED)

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Middlewich Town Crier



Now firmly established as a monthly fixture in Middlewich, the Makers Market, following on from the pioneering Artisan Market, gets more popular as each month goes by.
With the introduction of monthly markets in Middlewich the  Town Council quickly  saw the potential for revitalising trade  and drawing people together to make each market a Middlewich occasion. 
Wheelock Street traders also realised that the markets were a great opportunity to promote their own businesses and show people what the town can offer, not just on one day a month, but during the rest of the month too.
The advent of the Makers Market has meant that the Council and Middlewich Vision have been able to work together with market organisers to promote the market both locally and further afield as a part of the regeneration of the town.
Crucially, the organisers have realised the importance of integrating the market's activities with other events happening in Middlewich and have enlisted the aid of local organisations such as  the Middlewich Rose Fete and schools and youth groups in the town to make these monthly markets unmissable.
The whole philosophy is summed up in the Makers Market's slogan;
'Bringing The Community Together'
The Makers Market takes place on the last Saturday of every month in Wheelock Street.

THIS MIDDLEWICH DIARY PAGE HAS BEEN ARCHIVED
FOR UP TO DATE MAKERS MARKET INFO SEE:






First Published 24th April 2014
Updated 31st May 2014
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              20th December 2014

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

CHRISTMAS IN MIDDLEWICH: SANTA'S SLEIGH ROUTES 2014 (Archived)

ARCHIVED

Courtesy of Marc Holmes/Middlewich Round Table
Middlewich Round Table writes:

We will also be collecting donations for the Middlewich food bank, and matching all donations £ for £ once valued by the food bank.




Saturday, 6 December 2014

MIDDLEWICH NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

Courtesy of  GO LOCAL
Here's your chance to influence what happens in our town over the next 30 - 40 years. The Town Council and Middlewich Vision are creating the Middlewich Neighbourhood Plan which will play a vital role in making sure that Middlewich people have a real say in planning decisions affecting the town.
This is not just another in a seemingly endless series of questionnaires asking us what we think about the town, and what we would like to see happen here, it is something which will make a real difference, because the Neighbourhood Plan, once it is finalised and adopted, will become a part of the wider Local Plan, which Cheshire East is currently putting together to make sure that planning, particularly of new housing development, is carried out properly and fairly.
There's a little more information on the Neighbourhood Plan here:
Courtesy of  MIDDLEWICH TOWN COUNCIL

You can have your say by completing the online form at:



Or you can fill in the form (shown at the top of this page) in the Dec/Jan GO LOCAL magazine.
If you haven't got a copy of GO LOCAL, please feel free to download the form from this page.[right-click the form and click on 'save image as' (or equivalent)].

More information from Town Clerk Jonathan Williams at

This is what you've been waiting for: your chance to make a REAL difference!

SEE ALSO: GO LOCAL LATEST EDITION OUT NOW!!!


GO LOCAL DECEMBER/JANUARY EDITION NOW OUT



The latest edition of the popular GO LOCAL MAGAZINE, covering December 2014 and January 2015 is out now.As well as the usual valuable community information and What's On listings there are full details of Christmas Church Services in the town, Christmas and New Year opening times for the Oakland Doctors' Surgery and an interesting article about New Year celebrations throughout the world. In a fascinating article about the town's heritage, Julie Elizabeth Smalley asks us to consider Middlewich's place in the world and, in particular, in Cheshire. Julie asks if there are any other places in the world which bear the name 'Middlewich'.
This is something the Middlewich Diary pondered a while ago, and the closest we could come up with was this:


Also included in this edition of GO LOCAL is an item concerning something very important for the future of
our town - the  Middlewich Neighbourhood Plan'.

Find out more here: