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The Crewe and Nantwich Podcast is an audio podcast from The Cat. A local community broadcaster based in Crewe and Nantwich in the UK.

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The Crewe and Nantwich Podcast is an audio podcast from The Cat. A local community broadcaster based in Crewe and Nantwich in the UK.

    ICYMI #10 - Nantwich Food Festival Special

    ICYMI #10 - Nantwich Food Festival Special

    This week's edition of In Case You Missed It is a Nantwich Food Festival special

    We hear from the landlords of The Leopard Pub, a festival director, chef and owner of Mac and Bone, Snugburys, a local butcher, and a festival sponsor.

    • 34 min
    ICYMI #9

    ICYMI #9

    Your legal questions answered, Jim Kirkpatrick stops by for a chat about his new music, and it's international bacon day - so we speak to a local butcher!

    • 32 min
    ICYMI #8

    ICYMI #8

    On this weeks show; a local railway author, and an update from Crewe Lyceum Theatre amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    • 32 min
    ICYMI #7

    ICYMI #7

    On this week’s show…

    We hear from the Manager of RSPCA Stapley Grange about how the centre has been working through the pandemic

    Lucy Smith talks to Chris Cadman about the community organisation Crewe Create

    And Jeff Stubbs from the Nantwich Civic Society is here talking about the work they do around the town

    • 35 min
    ICYMI #6

    ICYMI #6

    On this week's show:


    Local musician Mark Concar talks about his career as a teacher, a percussionist, and now as a rugby coach
    Phil Holmes, the creative director of Lightpool, an October festival that takes place in Blackpool, speaks to Chris Cadman about this year's Lumen Event in Crewe
    and Dave talks to Christina Quine, a local artist from Sandbach

    • 38 min
    ICYMI #5

    ICYMI #5

    On this weeks show...


    Kate Dobson from Nantwich Museum is speaking to Dave about the Museums @ Home event
    Chris Cadman poses listener legal questions to Paul Clark from the South Cheshire Law Society
    Helen Capener is fundraising £120k to help her son Georgy receive treatment for a very rare bone cancer called Ewing’s Sarcoma.

    Local news


    https://crewe.nantwich.news/2020/08/lockdown-photographs-requested-for.html
    https://crewe.nantwich.news/2020/08/2020-weaver-wander-is-to-go-ahead.html

    • 47 min

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