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The Whitchurch Christmas Light Switch On is a festive event that takes place late November. The event features a variety of entertainment, including a Victorian organ, Santa's Grotto, Christmas markets, live music performances, children's entertainment, and a lantern parade. Visitors can also visit the indoor...

The Marbury Days County Fair is a two-day event filled with traditional attractions and entertainment. Visitors can experience the Living History Camp, where the American Civil War is brought to life, as well as musical and dance performances, a variety of stalls and stands, and...

Visit Whitchurch during the festive season Whitchurch, sparkling with Christmas lights and decorated shop windows, offering a range of products, from eco-friendly homeware to handmade mince pies. The town is thriving with independent shops, cafes, pubs, and well-known eateries, each contributing to a culture of...

The Malpas Yesteryear Rally is an event unlike any other, bringing together car enthusiasts from all over the country to celebrate the rich history and heritage of the automotive industry. This annual rally takes place in the picturesque town of Malpas, in the heart of...

Whitchurch is a market town in Shropshire on the border of Wales and South Cheshire. The town has a wide range of independent specialist shops and traditional shops, as well as nice coffee shops for those wanting to relax. Whitchurch is surrounded by countryside and...

Looking for the ultimate experience while holidaying with us? Why not try the Whitchurch Parachute Centre, specialists in tandem and solo parachute training courses. Skydiving offers a totally unexplainable and different experience that can’t be matched. If it’s something you’ve always wanted to try, it’s...

The Sandstone Trail has some of the finest walks across the Cheshire plain, with stunning and varied views it’s not to be missed. Get up early when the sky is clear and take an invigorating walk. There are good transport links that make it accessible...

St Alkmunds church stands in the centre of Whitchurch and is a Grade 1 listed building built in red and grey Sandstone ashlar. It's churchyard is a chest tomb dated 1815 and there is a war grave of a Royal Field Artillery soldier of World...

If you stay at Mile Bank Farm in the middle of May there is a food and drink festival in Whitchurch. Enjoy fantastic cuisine, lots of free samples and delicious hot food - as well as live music and the chance to purchase local jams,...