Memory of Chester “I lived in Chester for 9 months as an international student. It was great;..Northwich Information
shoppers from the surrounding area, with a modern shopping centre and a number of black and white..Alderley Edge Information
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Bunbury is a pleasant village with many old cottages and narrow winding lanes. The village life in Bunbury, focuses around its pubs, shops and the magnificent 13th-century St Boniface Church, located in the upper village. The church has a monument to Sir George Beeston who, at the age of 89, commanded the Dreadnought in the battle against the Spanish Armada.
Bunbury is also the home to Bunbury Watermill, a restored 19th-century watermill and working museum.
The village is an ideal starting point to discover Cheshire's canals, the Middlewich branch, the Llangollen Canal and the Shropshire Union Canal.
A mile to the north you negotiate the two wide-beamed staircase locks, well known in canal cruising circles. The Shropshire Union Canal continuing south passes through quaint towns and villages, beautiful tree-lined cuttings and embankments. As part of the Four Counties Ring this is a wonderful way to see Cheshire and its surrounds from a different view.
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