The Crewe Chronicle, originally known as the Crewe and Nantwich Chronicle, is a UK weekly newspaper first published on 21 March 1874.[1] It was founded by the editor of the Chester Chronicle as a Radical alternative to the Tory-biased Crewe Guardian.[2]

Now owned by Trinity Mirror, the Crewe Chronicle is published in a tabloid format every Wednesday. The newspaper’s circulation in 2017 was 6821.[3]

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Chaloner, W. H. (1950). The Social and Economic Development of Crewe, 1780–1923. Manchester University Press.
Hughes, H. (1975). Chronicle of Chester: The 200 Years, 1775–1975. Macdonald & Jane’s.
Staff writer. (n.d.). Crewe Chronicle. Retrieved from https://www.abc.org.uk/product/106

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