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Different reason for crash


EVERY January (the anniversary of the crash) and November (Remembrance Sunday), local people pay tribute to an American airman whose plane crashed during the Second World War.

   His grave is a feature of the riverside walk just off Shrewbridge Road.

   But now research by a graduate of Keele University shows there might be a reason for the crash that was not realised back in 1944.

   He provided an article based on the research for Ask Andrew.


See also Airman's grave



Marking a wartime tragedy

DURING any war there are countless tragedies which affect innumerable people, but one in particular in the Nantwich area - involving the deaths of a bomb disposal team - was finally been marked with a war memorial thanks to the persistence of a Royal Engineers Association member and the generosity of a number of local companies. Local historian Andrew Lamberton was at the unveiling ceremony and reports on the event here


Tribute to Nantwich born herbalist

A PLANTER (a container of flowers, etc, in the town's streets) pays tributes to Nantwich-born herbalist, John Gerard. He wrote a famous book about the plants and was herbalist to King James I. The tribute was set up by Nantwich in Bloom, a committee of local people who, with the help of the borough council's street team, produce award-winning floral displays.   More 


Recognise this old building?

DO you recognise the old Nantwich building pictured here? The tree is no longer there and the grave stones have long since been removed.  For the answer to what is was, go to the feature on Old Nantwich Pictures.  Here



Housing on artifacts site

A SITE which was checked for Roman artifacts is now the location of a housing development. It used to be the site of a thriving Nantwich business.  More


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