The beautiful, fertile plains of Cheshire lie between the dramatic Welsh mountains and the distant Pennines in the east. The county is regarded as having some of the best pasture in England and is esteemed for its fine cheeses.
Chester displays a rich history of dissension, refuge and progression. The county town of Cheshire was once a Roman fortress and has a complete, two-mile circuit of red sandstone Roman walls, as well as Britain's largest Roman Ampitheatre. The 13th century ancient fortress of Beeston Castle commands spectacular views of the wide sweep of Cheshire and the mountains beyond.
Cheshire's scenic countryside, charming villages and beautifully preserved heritage sites are superb reasons to explore the area. Use the links below for more informtion on the county's history and attractions. Alternatively, try searching for a district, town or village within Cheshire.
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Here is our pick of local websites for Cheshire. All the available websites are in handy categories, so explore the list on the left-hand side to find exactly what you need.
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Information and news on current government projects in departments such as Health and Social Care, Environment and Leisure and Culture. With employment and business directories. Online services allow you to view licensing applications, make payments and report problems in your local area.
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From glorious countryside to rich heritage, Cheshire is a place for discovery and relaxation. Plan your trip with suggested weekend breaks, online hotel-booking, a diary of annual, unmissable events and information on the living history available to explore.
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The National Trust protect and open to the public historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments, forests, beaches, farmland, islands, archaeological remains, castles and nature reserves. Plan days out and holidays, walks and educational excursions. Plus details of how to become a member or get involved with charity work.
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