Cheshire Parks & Nature Reserves

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  1. Add Nantwich Riverside to your Itinerary

    Nantwich Riverside

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    Type:

    Nature Trail

    Nantwich

    The riverside area of Nantwich is home to the saline spring that feeds the outdoor swimming pool and on which the town’s prosperity has been largely founded.

  2. Add Farndon Picnic Area to your Itinerary

    Farndon Picnic Area

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Chester

    Farndon lies on the River Dee south of Chester and on the border with Wales, with which it is linked by a 14th Century nine-arch stone bridge. The church has its origins in the 13th Century but was restored after the Civil War.

  3. Add Middlewood Way to your Itinerary

    Middlewood Way

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    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    Poynton

    The Middlewood Way is a 16km (10 mile) linear country park following the former Macclesfield, Bollington and Marple Railway through picturesque Cheshire East countryside. It provides a relatively level route for all users along its wildlife corridor

  4. Add Stanney Woods Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Stanney Woods Local Nature Reserve

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    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Ellesmere Port

    Stanney Woods is an ancient woodland of oak and silver birch, with some hazel and holly. It is excellent for bird watching and also exceptionally good for fungi in the autumn..

  5. Add Rivacre Valley Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Rivacre Valley Local Nature Reserve

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    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Ellesmere Port

    Spring is a special time at Rivacre Valley Local Nature Reserve, when the woodlands are truly stunning.

  6. Add Northwich Community Woodlands to your Itinerary

    Northwich Community Woodlands

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Northwich

    Northwich Woodlands is a rich and green environment to the north of Northwich town centre. It is made up of nine areas, each with a different character and history.

  7. Add Macclesfield Forest to your Itinerary

    Macclesfield Forest

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    Type:

    Nature Trail

    Macclesfield

    Today Macclesfield Forest is managed by United Utilities as part of the water catchment area around the reseroirs. There are four reservoirs in the vicinity with Ridgegate and Trentabank reservoirs providing Macclesfield town with drinking water.

  8. Add Merelake Way to your Itinerary

    Merelake Way

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Alsager

    The Merelake Way is an approximately 1 mile / 1.5 kms long trail for walkers, located on the Southern edge of Alsager. Once a railway line the Merelake Way follows a wooded cutting as it climbs uphill towards the Staffordshire border at Merelake.

  9. Add Jacksons' Brickworks Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Jacksons' Brickworks Nature Reserve

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    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Poynton

    Jacksons’ Brickworks in Higher Poynton is a special place, reclaimed by nature after its industrial interlude

  10. Add Biddulph Valley Way to your Itinerary

    Biddulph Valley Way

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    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    Congleton

    Follow the Biddulph Valley Way out from Congleton town, through the pretty Dane-in-Shaw valley, to the rolling countryside beyond. The former railway line is a traffic-free route for walkers, cyclists and horseriders.

  11. Add Weaver Parkway to your Itinerary

    Weaver Parkway

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Winsford

    Wander along the historic Weaver Navigation, through the industrial and natural landscapes of the Weaver Parkway, close to Winsford town centre.

  12. Add Teggs Nose Country Park to your Itinerary

    Teggs Nose Country Park

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    Type:

    Country / Royal Park

    Macclesfield

    At Tegg’s Nose Country Park rock dominates the landscape. Dry stone walls and sturdy barns add to the dramatic character of the steeply sided valleys while many of the hill tops are pitted with old quarries.

  13. Add Bunbury Staircase Locks to your Itinerary

    Bunbury Staircase Locks

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    Type:

    Marina

    Bunbury

    Situated on the Shropshire Union Canal, a mile to the north of the village of Bunbury are two wide beamed staircase locks.

  14. Add Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve

    Type

    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Congleton

    Follow the Brimstone Trail an easy access trail through the woods and around the lake

  15. Add Wheelock Rail Trail to your Itinerary

    Wheelock Rail Trail

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    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    Sandbach

    After the railway closed in 1966 the track lay derelict for many years, gradually becoming more and more overgrown.

  16. Add The Salt Line to your Itinerary

    The Salt Line

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Alsager

    One hundred and fifty years ago this area was a hive of bustling industry, based on salt. There were numerous brine shafts and salt works in the area, the largest salt works was located at Malkins Bank.

  17. Add Orford Park to your Itinerary

    Orford Park

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    Type:

    Municipal Park

    Warrington

    Orford Park as we know it today originally formed the land and gardens of the no-longer existent Orford Hall.

  18. Bishop Bennet Way

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    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    The route is named after the 18th century traveller who once explored the tracks that we now ride for pleasure. Running west from Beeston Castle through the countryside of south-west Cheshire.

    Comprising of a mixture of surface roads and green la

  19. Add Queen's Park to your Itinerary

    Queen's Park

    Type

    Type:

    Municipal Park

    Crewe

    Queen's Park is renowned as one of the finest Parks in the North West if not the whole of England. It is a traditional Victorian Park that has recently been renovated to bring her back to her former glory.

  20. Add Congleton Park to your Itinerary

    Congleton Park

    Type

    Type:

    Municipal Park

    Congleton

    This magnificent Victorian park is now fully restored and open to the public.

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