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Why not visit Oulton Park set in the heart of Cheshire near Little Budworth it is a great day out for anyone who loves bikes, speedway BSB It also does experience days for the speed fanatic great gifts It is approx 8 miles from the marina so quite near if your driving to it. It was originally Oulton Estate The Owner Sir Philip Gray-Egerton Kindly gave permission for the race circuit due to the popularity of the sport The corner Knickerbrook was so called because of courting couples say no more Its a fantastic day out whether going to a televised sport or to watch juniors starting their racing careers.
Stockley Farm part of the Arley Hall Estaste is a beautiful place for a family day out or even your special day so much to see and do . the Walton family have been farming at stockley since 1983
It is situated in the Arley Estate and owned by Lord and Lady Ashbrook it is set in 2300 acres, Stockley Farm is approx 680 acres ,it is organic and conventional land and is used for both dairy and arable production. they supply YEO Valley with the majority of their yield. Their open farm has animals that children can interact with it became so popular that in 1987 Stockley Farm was Born it has continued to develop and flourish with a very healthy ethos of showcasing the best in british farming educating and enlightening visitors of all ages in a fun and interactive way.
This is an Aladdin’s Cave of interest There is something for everyone Boys ,Girls, Men and Women , It has so much to offer set in the Heart of Cheshire there is so much to see and do Arts and crafts, Antiques, salon, restaurants, brewery. There is a huge outdoor activity centre too plus birds of prey too you cant go wrong and will not get bored either. I highly recommend this place, my favourite is the glass craft shop his jewellery is amazing .
What Genre of Movie do you like, Well you can watch it in comfort at the Odeon Cinema in Northwich with one of the 1st iSense screens in the UK it seriously is the ultimate experience in movie theatre comfort it is totally immersive . It has 5 screeens with a Costa coffee shop and a bar and drink option too, it is a stones throw from the Marina they also do brilliant afternoon matinee deals too ,You will not be disappointed
We Have an abundance of shops in Northwich within a 10 minute walk from the marina depending which want you are wanting to visit. We have all the major supermarkets Asda ,Waitrose Sainsbury’s Lidl, Aldi and Tesco . We have independent boutiques and some trusted names too, we have Arts and Craft shops , Modelling shops, Nail Bars Hairdressers, Turkish Barbers Stationery shops And A small retail park too .Which has NEXT , Peacocks Sports Direct, Argos and B&Q for all your DIY needs so you really can shop till you drop .
The beautiful Marbury Park , is a beautiful country park with lots of beautiful scenery and great walks , it lies in the heart of Northwich and is a legacy of when it was a grand estate with community orchards. The last hall was built in the 1850’s and was modelled on a french chateau it has a beautiful carriage drive entrance and it has a beautiful picnic and play area and the gardens are to be seen to be admired . Beautiful open spaces to walk your dogs or a family picnic .Cheshire at is prettiest.
The Weaver Hall Museum and Work House in Northwich Cheshire, records the social,cultural and industrial history of West Cheshire. It was formerly known as the Salt Museum, reflecting its early focus on the history of Salt extraction, a local industry dating back to Roman times. The Museum was renamed Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse in 2010 as its remit now extends to cover the broader history of the area and also the history of the building itself as a former workhouse. Built in 1839and is a Grade 2 listed building
The Lion Salt Works is the last remaining open pan saltworks in Marston, Near Northwich Cheshire England . It closed as a works in 1986 and is now preserved as a Museum it is a listed building grade 2. It is now a visitor attraction that has been restored and has galleries that illustrate how the works operated , and also the effects on the economy and landscape of Mid Cheshire. The building also includes a rebuilt stove house with it’s associated salt pan in situ ,the smithy engine house , a brine tank and the rail tracks used for transporting salt on the site . There is a cafe , conference facility and a Play area .