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Good for the sole: Margaret Dabbs Alderley Edge

Sandal season is in full swing, even if the Cheshire weather is decidedly not summery. For those of us who gleefully cast aside shoes with the first cuckoo, regular foot maintenance is essential. 706 more words


Transformation: A Luxury Family Kitchen in Alderley Edge

For a truly bespoke kitchen in every sense of the word, how about designing, sourcing and fitting your own? That’s what writer and local resident, Rachael Tilling, decided to do when renovating a 19th Century cottage in Alderley Edge. 1,337 more words



Hot on the heels of last weeks Colshaw Hall 10k (Race recap here – COLSHAW HALL 10k 2017 RACE RECAP) I was back out racing at 10k again. 998 more words


Nail-biting nests in unusual places

Springwatch viewers were left on the edge of their seat early this week as they watched a family of four Jay chicks fledge from a nail-bitingly steep nest. 1,111 more words

The Edge. Part II

Bank Holiday weekend was looming, so the weather was far from perfect. But on Alderley Edge the view was clear and the rain seemed to have withdrawn its threat for while. 1,201 more words

Thinking, Or Ranting, Or Both

The Edge. Part I

As any sensible grown-up knows, traffic on a Friday afternoon before a spring Bank Holiday weekend is likely to be bad – and unnecessary driving best avoided. 1,254 more words

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Behind the scenes: G. Wienholt, Pastry Cook, Alderley Edge

At Luxury Cheshire we are partial to the odd slice of gateau. Or éclair. Or steak pie, for that matter. So, it was with the delight of small children on Christmas morning that we entered the doors at one of Cheshire’s premier bakeries – G. 490 more words

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