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  1. 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.

  2. Add Little Budworth Country Park to your Itinerary

    Little Budworth Country Park

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    Country / Royal Park

    Little Budworth

    First impressions of Little Budworth Country Park are dominated by woodland but amongst the trees there is a mosaic of lowland heath, ponds and boggy mires. Paths meander through tranquil woodland and open glades providing a gentle walk whatever the

  3. Add Countess of Chester Country Park to your Itinerary

    Countess of Chester Country Park

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    Type:

    Country / Royal Park

    Chester

    Countess of Chester Country Park brings the countryside closer to the city, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy natural and peaceful surroundings as they wander around the park’s pathways.

  4. Add Nantwich Riverside to your Itinerary

    Nantwich Riverside

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    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.

  5. Add Astbury Mere Country Park to your Itinerary

    Astbury Mere Country Park

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    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Congleton

    Enjoy a stroll through the wildflower meadows at Astbury Mere Country Park, or simply sit and enjoy the views over the Mere towards Congleton Edge and Mow Cop. Events are held throughout the year, pick up a leaflet at the Centre.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Add The River Dee to your Itinerary

    The River Dee

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Chester

    The river is 70 miles long and stretches through Wales and Chester. On the bank of the river is the 'Groves', a paved promenade complete with bandstand, cafés, restaurants and public houses.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. Eastham Country Park

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    Type:

    Country / Royal Park

    Wirral

    Enjoy nature trails, woodlands walks, orienteering courses, bird watching and family days out. Here you will find picnic facilities, tea gardens, cafe, coach parking toilets, bird hide and a dog free children's play area. 

  12. 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..

  13. 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.

  14. 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

  15. Add Macclesfield Riverside Park to your Itinerary

    Macclesfield Riverside Park

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    Type:

    Country / Royal Park

    Macclesfield

    Macclesfield Riverside has a variety of habitats and is a great place to watch wildlife. You may see the herd of Longhorn cattle, an ancient and docile breed, which grazes the meadows to help preserve plant species diversity.

  16. Add Astle Park to your Itinerary

    Astle Park

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    Type:

    Municipal Park

    Macclesfield

    Popular venue for many of the borough's key events.

  17. Bird Watching Tours North West

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    Type:

    Sightseeing

    Bird Watching Tours North West offers you the opportunity of a private, bespoke bird watching experience. I can take you to the best areas in the North West, specialising in Cheshire, Wirral and North Wales.

  18. Add Poynton Park to your Itinerary

    Poynton Park

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    Type:

    Municipal Park

    Macclesfield

    A picturesque park with a pool, ancient trees and wildlife, including great crested grebes, mute swan and tufted duck, dragon and damselflies.

  19. Add Macc Mountain Biking to your Itinerary

    Macc Mountain Biking

    Type

    Type:

    Sightseeing

    Macclesfield

    Guided Mountain Bike Rides - Set in the beautiful area of Macclesfield and the Peak District, the heart of mountain biking in the North West.

  20. Add Castle Park to your Itinerary

    Castle Park

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    Type:

    Nature Trail

    Frodsham

    Smart Victorian formal bedding scheme which reflects the work of original designer Edward Kemp, renowned for his work at Birkenhead Park.

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