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 Cheshire Areas
Alderley Edge Alderley Edge is a village in Cheshire, situated at the base of a steep red sandstone escarpment, ‘The Edge’, with views over the Cheshire Plain to the Peak District. The village has a selection of cafes and designer shops and has attracted numerous Premier League footballers, actors and business people.
Bramhall Bramhall is a suburb of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, in Greater Manchester, England. It has a population of about 25,500. Bramhall Railway Station  is on the main line from Manchester to London via Macclesfield and Stoke-on-Trent.
Buxton Buxton is a spa town that lies just outside the National Park boundaries in Derbyshire. The town has a full range of shops, a shopping arcade built over the River Wye, just off Spring Gardens. Buxton is widely known for Poole’s Cavern, an extensive limestone cavern open to the public. Also in the town is the Buxton Opera House, which hosts several music and theatre festivals each year.
Frodsham Frodsham is a market town in Cheshire, Frodsham sits beneath the imposing wooded cliff of Beacon Hill. A market is held every Thursday the pavements on Main Street   in Frodsham are filled with bargain hunters and food lovers as dozens of stalls selling food, drink and clothes trade at the popular traditional weekly market.
Great Budworth Great Budworth is a small village set in some of Cheshire’s most beautiful countryside, approximately four miles north of Northwich, England. The George and Dragon pub stands in the centre of this quirky little village with cobbled streets opposite St Mary and All Saints’ Church.
Hale Hale is in the South Trafford area, with a thriving village centre. There are a large number of restaurants and bars in the centre, as well as a bowling green. Hale is also a popular home for Manchester’s footballers.
Hartford Hartford is a village in the authority of Cheshire West and Chester it lies at the intersection of the A559 road and the West Coast Main Line and is less than 2 miles south west of the town Northwich. Hartford is unique in Europe as there are roughly the same number of students attending the numerous schools in the village as inhabitants, Sports facilities around the village include: Hartford Tennis Club, Cricket Club, Bowling Club, Golf club and Driving range
Heswall Heswall is a town in Wirral, in the county of Merseyside. The oldest structure is the tower of the beautiful St. Peter’s Parish Church which is about 500 years old. The present church building itself, the third to have been erected on the site, was built in 1879.
Holmes Chapel Holmes Chapel is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority area of Cheshire East, There is a shopping precinct with a supermarket, fish and chip shop, off licence, pizzeria, bookmakers, estate agent, a chemist and a library, there is also a hardware shop and a bakery.
Knutsford Knutsford is a town in Cheshire, England, 14 miles (23 km) southwest of Manchester and 9 miles (14 km) northwest of Macclesfield. Knutsford’s main town centre streets. Princess Street and King Street lower down, form the “hub” of the town this is where you’ll find several restaurants, pubs and coffee shops, as well as boutiques, antique shops and art galleries.
Lymm Lymm is a large village in Warrington, Cheshire, the village centre is a designated conservation area, notable for its historic buildings, both listed and unlisted. There are restaurants, pubs in the centre along with local shops.
Macclesfield Macclesfield is an ancient market town nestling on the edge of the Peak District. The borough has a weekly market and an annual fair: the Barnaby fair, is on St Barnabas day (11 June).   The town is famous for its once thriving silk industry, there were 71 silk mills operating in 1832, commemorated today in the Silk Museums.
Mottram St Andrew Mottram St Andrew is a small rural parish situated between Alderley Edge, Prestbury and Wilmslow in Cheshire. The Village is home to various businesses including farms, a large country house hotel, golf club and Spa, a pub and restaurant, and garden centres.
Nantwich Nantwich is a pretty, historic market town with cosy pubs and an array of independent shops. Nantwich boasts the largest collection of historic buildings outside Chester in England. The oldest listed building in Nantwich is St Mary’s Church, which dates from the 14th century and is listed at grade I.
Neston Neston is a historic market town of Wirral in Cheshire it nestles in Cheshire countryside its tranquil appearance, with its many interesting buildings, opposes its long and strategic history. Walkways link the surrounding villages with the town and the spectacular views of the Dee Estuary and the Welsh hills is always within range.
Northwich Northwich is an attractive town in the county of Cheshire, England. It lies in the heart of the Cheshire Plain, at the junction of the rivers Weaver and Dane. It was for long time the centre of the country’s salt industry and is one of the three Cheshire ‘wiches’ (the others being Nantwich and Middlewich) of salt-producing fame.
Peover Lower Peover is a village in the civil parish of Nether Peover in Cheshire, approximately 6 miles east of Northwich and 4 miles south of Knutsford. The name Peover means Bright Stream or Shining Water and refers to The Peover Eye, the river which forms one of the parish boundaries.
Prestbury Prestbury is a village and sits astride the River Bollin in the North Cheshire Green Belt. About 1.5 miles (3 km) north of Macclesfield, Prestbury is a central historic area with many listed buildings, the most notable of which is the Grade 1 listed Parish Church of St. Peter.
Prestwich Prestwich is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, in Greater Manchester it borders Whitefield and also has a large Jewish community. Between Bury and Manchester, Prestwich has a strong identity with a high street and civic centre and is home to a small but vibrant shopping community.
Stockton Heath Stockton Heath is a suburb of Warrington, Cheshire, England. It is located to the north of the Bridgewater Canal and to the south of the Manchester Ship Canal, which divides Stockton Heath from Latchford and north Warrington. Stockton Heath is home to a number of modern bars and restaurants, as well as traditional public houses.
Tarporley Tarporley is located in England on the west of the Cheshire Plain, the village has an excellent shopping centre with antique, curio, craft and fashion shops.   Tarporley a pretty village and nearby can be found historic castles, traditional markets, craft centres, candle making, antique fairs, ice cream making, horse riding, golf courses and fishing.
Timperley Timperley is a suburban village lies between Altrincham and Sale with easy access to both Manchester and its ring road the M60. Timperley has several shops, restaurants and pubs.   Also home to the late Frank Sidebottom
West Kirby West Kirby is at the mouth of the River Dee across from the Point of Ayr in Flintshire, Wales. It sits on the north-west corner of the coast on the Wirral Peninsula. West Kirby has a large man-made coastal lake that is large enough to hold sailing events, and other water related activities.  The promenade, beach and the walk to the war memorial allow an excellent panoramic view of part of the North Wales coastline.
Wilmslow Wilmslow is a town in Cheshire, England, that is 11 miles south of Manchester. The area lies etween Handforth and Alderley Edge. The town has boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, and high-marque car showrooms as well as plenty of restaurants and bars.