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CROSS COUNTRY

CROSS COUNTRY

WWI five of their runners to the first seven to finish. Crewe Athletic Club, entertaining Stone A.C. in a cross-country fixture on Saturday. won by thirty-one potnta to fifty-two. First , man home was G. Wilford. of Crewe. I I In the junioe race Stone were just too good for Crew
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
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October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
CREWE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

CREWE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

Rode Heath. had no Isere au Saturday, are nevertheless • ahead of the runnous-np. Toms. tst Om of the Crewe and District AnisSear League. with two games in hand. In Division Two Crewe Rovers and Ke'vitiators are neck and neck with twelve points each. though Rovers have a match i
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
National Hunt meeting BANGOR-ON-DEE CARD

National Hunt meeting BANGOR-ON-DEE CARD

'II4E popular autumn National Hunt meeting at Bangor-on- Dee is to be held this Saturday, entries being well up to standard for the time of year. The course has been affected by floods, but on Tuesday these had gone clown and the stewards were to meet yesterday (Wednesday) to ex
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
WATER POLO

WATER POLO

A titbit to close the water polo season should be forthcoming to-night (Thursday, at the Flag-lane baths. when Crewe Borough, champions of the North Midland Water Polo League. play the Rest of the League, a side which includes some of the league's crack players. J. Allen, the Cr
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
Bus shelters only

Bus shelters only

After further discumlon Mr. 0. A. York. of Waterloo-road. moved the following 'intendment to the resolutlon: Tht the proposal to erect _ a bus „ shelter together with a public con- be rejected and a scheme evolved to erect a bus shelter alone. Haslington, he said. was a small vi
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
Cheshire Hunt hunter trials PLENTY OF MUD BUT FEW MISHAPS

Cheshire Hunt hunter trials PLENTY OF MUD BUT FEW MISHAPS

EXCEFYI that it did not actually rain while the trials were in progress, conditions on Saturday at Brindley. near Nantwich, where the Cheshire Hunt (teams of three): 1, Mr. R. J. O'Neill's Hunter Trials took place, were Learn (m u J . G an dy an d J . just about as uncongenial a
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
WA ITCH VIC II PITIINTIVIII

WA ITCH VIC II PITIINTIVIII

WA ITCH VIC II There wee • good attendance in the Market Hall. en Wednesday week, when Misses. Joseph Wright for sale seine XN lots of good quality furniture. Sane prices noted were: Oak bookcase lea.. three-piece suite £I3 lie.. oak gate-leg table ale PS.. oak dining chairs to A
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
NOTES

NOTES

members are Sir Otho Glover and Mr. O. Saimgeour. Times change, and farming practice changes with them. This applies. in recent years, to the winter storage of potatoes, for It seems now to be a growing idea that potatoes store better, cheaper, and easier inside a building that
October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
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October 30, 1954 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England