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  • Scything Workshop 
    Marbury Country Park 
    1st Jul 2017 

    This heritage skill is so environmentally friendly and is increasingly being used by the likes of stately homes and local authorities ....

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  • Rock of Ages (Musical) 
    Grange Theatre 
    1st Jun 2017 - 3rd Jun 2017 

    Salt and Pepper Productions present Rock of Ages (Musical) ....

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  • Beauty and the Beast 
    Harlequin Theatre 
    7th Jun 2017 - 10th Jun 2017 

    The Harleqiun Players present Beauty and the Beast ....

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  • Manford's Comedy Club 
    Northwich Memorial Court 
    5th May 2017 

    Manford's Comedy Club brings live stand up to the Northwich Memorial Court

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  • Warblers and Waders 
    23rd Apr 2017 

    Renowned ecologist Jeff Clarke is at it again ....

     

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  • Telling the Story of Mid Cheshire 
    Weaver Hall Museum 

    Housed within the old Northwich Union Workhouse building, full of displays, tales and history of Mid Cheshire ....

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Acton Bridge

Acton Bridge on the River Weaver

Davenports Farm Shop

Leigh Arms Steam Rally

Dutton Horse Bridge

Davenports Tea Rooms

Blue Bell Woods

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Acton Bridge is close to the River Weaver and the emerging Weaver Way, a new network of paths which stretch from Audlem to Frodsham. It is path that will take you to tranquil countryside, abundant wildlife, unique culture, rich heritage and vibrant events.

If you are walking the River Weaver or Trent and Mersey Canal be sure to drop off at Davenports Farm Shop and Tea Rooms. They serve a wide range of teas and coffee with delicious locally made cakes.  

The Weaver Way crosses the river at Dutton Lock and passes under the impressive railway viaduct. The fine stone 20 arch structure was designed by George Stephenson.

In nearby Dutton, Blue Bell Cottage Gardens extend to 1.5 acres, wrapped around the cottage and extending up to the Trent & Mersey canal towpath. There are seven distinct areas, each interconnected with gravel or grass paths. The gardens are open to the public from the end of March to the end of September, Wednesday to Sunday.

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