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  1. Sutton St James Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Macclesfield

    Built in 1840 after an energetic campaign by the silk manufacturing gentry to provide a place of worship for local agricultural workers, the attractive Parish Church of Sutton St James marks a meeting point between the foothills of the Peak District.

  2. Add St Elphin's Parish Church to your Itinerary

    St Elphin's Parish Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Warrington

    Dedicated to ST ELPHIN it is the oldest building in Warrington and has a continuous history - fulfilling the purpose for which it was built in 650 AD.

  3. Add Bunbury Mill to your Itinerary

    Bunbury Mill

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    Water Mill

    Bunbury, Tarporley

    Bunbury Mill is a beautifully restored water mill standing in two acres of wildlife rich countryside.

  4. Add Bridge Street Memorial - River of Life to your Itinerary

    Bridge Street Memorial - River of Life

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    Historic Site

    Warrington

    Located in Bridge Street the River of Life stands as a memorial to the victims of the 1993 terrorist bomb.

  5. Add Dorfold Hall to your Itinerary

    Dorfold Hall

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    Historic House / Palace

    Nantwich

    A Jacobean house built in 1616, with beautifully-plastered ceilings, oak panelling and woodland garden.Open from April to end of October Tuesdays and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons 2-5pm. Adult price for 2013: £7

  6. Add Chester History and Heritage to your Itinerary

    Chester History and Heritage

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Chester

    Chester History and Heritage is the first place to contact to discover your local ancestors or find out more information on the history of Chester city and district.

  7. Add St Stephens Church (Forest Chapel) to your Itinerary

    St Stephens Church (Forest Chapel)

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    Church / Chapel

    Macclesfield

    It is a popular and delightful walk from Tegg’s Nose Country Park to Forest Chapel, in the beautiful hilly surroundings of Macclesfield Forest. The first church was built here in 1673, but the present building only dates from 1834.

  8. Add Birkenhead Priory to your Itinerary

    Birkenhead Priory

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    Abbey / Priory

    Birkenhead, Wirral

    The history of Birkenhead goes back beyond Victorian years. The oldest standing building on Merseyside, Birkenhead Priory encapsulates so much of the town's history within a small, enclosed site.
    Admission- free

  9. Add Stanley Palace to your Itinerary

    Stanley Palace

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    Historic House / Palace

    Chester

    A late 16th century townhouse.

  10. St Bartholomew Church

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    Church / Chapel

    Wilmslow

    The Parish Church of St. Bartholomew is today structurally almost the same as it was when it was reconstructed in the early 16th century.

  11. Add Anson Engine Museum to your Itinerary

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    Anson Engine Museum

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    Museum

    Macclesfield

    Recognised as one of the country’s leading specialist museums. Fuelled by enthusiasm and staffed by volunteers it is a great day out for all the family.

  12. Add Congleton Museum to your Itinerary

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    Congleton Museum

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    Museum

    Congleton

    Touch screens and talking heads help to tell the story of Congleton from prehistoric times, through the English civil War and the heyday of the textile industry to the Second World War. Admission is FREE.

  13. Add The Old Sunday School to your Itinerary

    The Old Sunday School

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Macclesfield

    The Old Sunday School examines the history of the Silk Industry in Macclesfield and features a vibrant silk costume display showcasing the Museums collection from 1830 to the present day.

  14. Add Halton Castle to your Itinerary

    Halton Castle

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    Castle / Fort

    Manor Park, Runcorn

    Halton Castle is one of only two surviving Norman castles in Cheshire and is linked with the story of nearby Norton Priory.

  15. The Horrible Histories Walking Tour

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    Walking Tour

    Northgate Street, Chester

    Explore the historic city and learn about rotten Romans and loads more famous people who have helped make Chester famous!

  16. The Horrible Histories 5K Run Tour

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    Walking Tour

    Northgate Street, Chester

    Run through the historic city and learn about rotten Romans and loads more famous people who have helped make Chester famous!

  17. The Foodie Family Walking Tour

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    Walking Tour

    Northgate Street, Chester

    Visit a variety of carefully selected city based independents, sampling amazing food and drink as you go!

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