Peckforton Castle is well positioned atop a high ridge © Philip Bird LRPS CPAGB, Shutterstock Great walking and cycling with panoramic views is guaranteed in the hills of Sandstone Ridge, with forts and ancient villages to explore. South Cheshire runs from the outskirts of Chester to Nantwich, via the borders of Wales and Shropshire and…
For every chemical works or power station that blights the landscape, there’s a quarry turned nature reserve or postcard-pretty village. Much of the northwest corner of the county belies the typically rural image of Cheshire, dominated as it is by the large towns of Warrington, Widnes and Runcorn that flank the Mersey and Manchester Ship…
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