What's On

  • Two Floors of Interactive Exhibits  
    Hat Works Museum 

    The UK's only museum dedicated to the hatting industry, hats and headwear ....

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  • Your perfect day out in Cheshire 
    Tatton Park Gardens 

    Visit one of Cheshire's largest Visitors with over 100 events per year ....

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  • An Outstanding Day out in Cheshire 
    Lion Salt Works 

    Now open to the public after a £10m restoration and voted the UKs best heritage project  ....

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  • Artisan Market 
    9th Sep 2017 

    Over 50 of the very finest food, drink, art & craft stall holders, music, entertainment & activities ....

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  • Keep Calm & Stay Safe 
    Northwich Memorial Court 
    23rd Aug 2017 

    Free family fun event for the whole family ....

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  • Bug Hunts 
    Marbury Country Park 
    22nd Aug 2017 

    Help the rangers explore the beasties that lurk in Marbury Country Park ....

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Disley

Lyme Park & Gardens

Tulips at Lyme Park

A Perfect Place to Visit

Lyme Park is a glorious mansion house now owned by the National Trust.  The Tudor house was transformed into a huge Italianate palace in the 18th century and is the largest house in Cheshire.  It has a tranquil Victorian garden, a vast medieval deer park, moorland and woodland estate to explore.  The famous scene in the TV adaptation of Pride & Prejudice where Darcy emerges from a lake was filmed here in 1995.

For over 115 years Disley Golf Club has offered enjoyable facilities and genuine friendship through a wide range of social activities.  They welcome new members, visitors, golf societies and corporate clients to their picturesque course with magnificent views over the Pennines and Cheshire plain.

In 2005 the Disley Cricket Club was awarded ClubMark accreditation by the ECB and Sport England and is now regarded as an ECB Focus Club. The club has a number of ECB qualified coaches who work with all of the Disley sides as well as several local schools.

To the north of Disley, the River Goyt and the Peak Forest Canal, which opened in 1800, pass along the edge of the village.

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