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Cheshire’s Peak District has a vibrant calendar of cultural, artistic, sporting and countryside events. Visit concerts, festivals and farmers’ markets, enjoy Shakespeare al fresco in the elegant grounds of a country mansion, dress to impress for an opera performed in a unique rural opera theatre or call in at an exhibition about the area’s fascinating silk weaving history… here you'll find full listings of what’s on throughout the year. There’s something for everyone..
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Tatton Park have chosen 101 of the best from feeding breakfast to a deer, escaping into a New Zealand rainforest, spotting an original 'Canaletto', hearing a chick 'cheep' inside its shell to watching Vikings invade the Old Hall.
To mark the Centenary of the First World War, Quarry Bank will be exploring the effects of the War on the Greg family and workers alike in our new exhibition Heroes of Adventure.
20 top illustrators from across the UK are coming to Cheshire for ‘The Real Draw’ - visually bold, vivid and full of imagination and flair, this is an illustration exhibition that sets the benchmark for future shows.
This walk will use images of Congleton, taken over the past 100 years, to show how the main streets to the east of the town have developed to meet the changing social and economic needs of the town and its inhabitants.
A wide range of exhibitors including traditional crafts plus gifts, retailers and food producers. With 50 exhibitors and lots of ideas for early Christmas shopping.
10:30am - 5pm
Tickets: Free entry
Situated right in the centre of Congleton’s pedestrian shopping area, Congleton Artisan Market is a fabulous monthly event for the local community and for visitors from further afield.
We’ve a great programme of walks and social events over the Festival. There are 31 walks of varying length designed to suit all abilities and ages – there’s even a Bear Hunt
and activities for children during half term.
There is no additional charge to see the craft demonstrations or the steam engines, normal museum entry applies. Museum open 10:00 17:00.
Seek out spooky crows and creepy crawlies this Halloween, on a self guided trail around Crow Wood.