Mad Hatters Tea Party
Davenports Farm Shop & Tea Rooms
7th Jul 2013
Why not Book a Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea and have a wacky experience at Davenports Tea Room ....
Bring and Buy Plant Sale
25th May 2013 - 26th May 2013
Find something unusual and exciting for house or garden ....
The Importance Of Being Ernest
Cheshire Actors Studio
20th May 2013 - 25th May 2013
Two young gentlemen living in 1890's England have taken to bending the truth in order to put some excitement into their lives...
Car Rally at Blakemere
Blakemere Craft Centre
27th May 2013
Triumph Sports Six Club Manchester will be displaying their vehicles ....
The Charlatans return to Delamere Forest
7th Jul 2013
With guests The View, Velveteen Saints, John Ainsworth and the Beat Boutique DJs ....
6th Jul 2013 - 7th Jul 2013
Starting with a pression from Albion Road near Sainsburys then up on Verdin Park for the crowning of the Queen.
Getting to Bluebell Cottage Gardens by Train
Acton Bridge Railway Station is on the Birmingham to Liverpool Lime Street Line via Wolverhampton, Stafford, Crewe, Runcorn and Liverpool South Parkway.
Crewe Railway Station is 90 minutes away from London by train with two trains per hour. There are also direct services from Birmingham & the West Midlands, Cardiff & South Wales, Edinburgh, Glasgow and North Wales.
Liverpool Lime Railway Station is just over two hours from London with a direct service every hour. There are also regular services from Blackpool, Birmingham, Wigan and Scarborough.
Local services depart Liverpool Lime Street for Chester, Ellesmere Port and the Wirral via Merseyrail, Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Airport, Warrington and Liverpool South Parkway for Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Runcorn East Railway Station is on the Chester to Manchester Piccadilly Line via Helsby, Frodsham, Runcorn East and Warrington Bank Quay.
Chester Railway Station is just over two hours from London with a direct service every hour. There are also direct services from Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport, Cardiff and the North Wales Coast.
Warrington Bank Quary Railway Station is under two hours from London with a direct service every hour. There are also direct services from Birmingham, the Lake District, Preston and Glasgow.
Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station is just over two hours from London with three trains per hour. There are also direct services from Carlisle, Cardiff and South Wales, Cleethorpes, Edinburgh, Middlesborough, North Wales, Preston, Scarborough, Sheffield, Southport and Shrewsbury.