Category Archives: Leisure

Cheshire Fest Is Hailed As A Fun-Filled Success

THOUSANDS FLOCKED TO THE WEEKEND OF MUSIC, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND DRINK ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY     Festival fans flocked to the 2017 Cheshire Fest this weekend to celebrate the end of the summer in style.   This year's re-launch of Cheshire Fest attracted approximately 5000 people to the heart of Cheadle Hulme to enjoy…
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Visitor Economy Conference calls for a stronger image for Cheshire

Cheshire needs a stronger identify to better market itself internationally as a visitor and investment destination and capitalise on its growing visitor economy, which has seen one of the biggest increases in growth in England over the last year, according to sector leaders at Marketing Cheshire’s Visitor Economy Conference. The conference examined the success of…
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Award-winning writer to unlock mystery of medieval Chester

Writer Deborah McAndrew has been commissioned to create a new script for the next cycle of the medieval Chester Mystery Plays, which will be performed in the nave of Chester Cathedral in 2018. The playwright, who trained as a teacher before embarking on a portfolio career as a writer and actor, was a well-known face…
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Cheshire’s ‘Five Villages’ hold free apple pressing on Saturday 30 September

On Saturday 30 September, Chester’s ‘Five Villages’ will hold a celebration of their rural setting by holding their first annual Apple Pressing Afternoon. This atmospheric autumnal event is being organised by the Village Hall Committee that serves the ‘Five Villages’ of Mollington, Backford, Chorlton, Caughall and Lea. This free ‘drop-in’ event takes place between 2-4.30pm…
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