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This year has been a difficult year for many, but some of those most affected are the town’s local independent traders.

With the Government’s announcement of non-essential shops being able to re-open during December, the Town Council is urging its residents to back local businesses and high streets this Christmas.

A spokesperson from the Council commented: “We are lucky to have a wonderful town packed with a variety of independent traders, but who have suffered greatly over the past months and had to deal with considerable disruption.  They have been working hard, preparing for a safe return, now let us support them and celebrate our high street.”

They continued: “Whilst we encourage you to use our town and its shops, please can we take this opportunity to remind you to stick to social distancing and safety guidelines, protecting our local businesses in these challenging times.”

The Town Council have decorated the town with a colourful display of Christmas lights and are encouraging the town’s shops to decorate their windows with Christmas displays.  A wonderful prize of afternoon tea at Rookery Hall is on offer for the best dressed window, which will be presented by the Mayor in December.

Christmas Car Parks

Free Christmas Parking

Cheshire East Council will be offering free parking on Snow Hill, Civic Hall, and Bowling Green car parks after 10am on:

Saturday 5th December
Saturday 12th December
Thursday 17th December
Saturday 19th December

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Win £100 to spend in Nantwich and designer sunglasses

Nantwich Town Council are also running a competition to encourage people to shop in the town.

From the Thursday 3rd December families are encouraged to hunt for 10 Nutcracker figures dotted in independent shops around the town.

Up for grabs is a top prize of £100 to spend in the town and a pair of Ray-Ban Sunglasses courtesy of Pinnington Opticians with 10 runners up each bagging one of the Nutcrcakers figurines. Full competition details can be found here.