Winsford

Walking the Weaver Way

Winsford Flashes

Former Whitegate Station

Winsford is surrounded by attractive countryside, much of which is reclaimed from former industrial uses.

The new Weaver Way Network is a wildlife rich restored landscape, along Cheshire's Waterways. Taking you deep into some of Cheshire’s finest countryside, this 40 mile route follows the gentle path of meandering waterways, down the spine of our beautiful county.

There is sailing, fishing and walking at Winsford Flashes. The Flashes are now an area of natural beauty on the River Weaver. They were formed when underground caverns, from which brine had been pumped, collapsed.

The Whitegate Way is the former railway line that took the salt away from the mine. Walk, ride or cycle along this ideal traffic-free link from Winsford to Cuddington.

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