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Local Attractions

  • Enjoy some of the best possible rally driving courses at the Rally School in Whitchurch. Spend the day learning the courses and driving at high speed with some of the best tutors available. Book as a group and compete as part of your course for Read More...

  • 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 Read More...

  • 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 Read More...

  • 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 Read More...

  • 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 Read More...

  • Just a short drive from Mile Bank Caravan Park is Grindley Brook. Hire a narrow boat for the day and meander the tranquil and idilic Shropshire Union Canals. Travel to Llangollen and the hillsides of Wales with your family and friends in comfort and style. Read More...

  • 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, Read More...

  • If you are fortunate enough to be staying at Mile Bank Farm on the first Saturday of the month, you must visit the Whitchurch Farmers Market. It’s on from 10am – 4pm (except in January). While the market is packed with the finest homegrown produce, Read More...

  • While staying at Mile Bank Farm you must visit Chester Zoo. The Zoo was opened in 1931 and is one of the largest Zoos in Europe with over 400 acres of land! Chester Zoo have disabled facilities and a strong focus on family. You can Read More...

  • Blue Planet Aquarium in Chester is a captivating underwater adventure – home to Europe’s largest collection of sharks and plenty of marine life. The Aquarium has a Coral Cave, Underwater Shark Tunnel and a plethora of individual attractions and exhibitions. Mile Bank Caravan Park is Read More...

  • Near to Mile Bank Caravan Park is Beeston Castle, an old English Royal castle ruin. On clear days Beeston Castle has some of the most spectacular views of the Welsh mountains and Pennines. Steeped in over 4000 years of history and 40 acres of enchanting Read More...