The Nantwich Chronicle
is a weekly tabloid newspaper sold in and around the market town of Nantwich in southern Cheshire
(technically, it’s in the unitary authority of Cheshire East).
It was launched in 1945 as a local edition of the Crewe Chronicle. It’s now one in Trinity Mirror Cheshire’s series of Chronicle newspapers for the south of Cheshire, along with the Crewe Chronicle (the biggest title in the series) and The Chronicle (Sandbach & Middlewich edition). The series has editorial offices in Crewe and a common website.
It comes out on Wednesdays. There’s also a companion freesheet: the Chronicle Xtra South Cheshire.
- Nantwich Chronicle
32-34 Victoria Street
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