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Built: 1846, late C19  additions and rebuild to west tower in C20
Architect: John Rogers
Owner: Private ownership
Large villa
Grade II listed

“An octagonal turret displaying the Stanley Coat of Arms with a higher turret corbelled out from its side provides a striking first impression and offers arguably one of the finest views in Cheshire for those who are brave enough to venture to the top.” (Savills) 1,116 more words

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Wildwood Ritual - Alban Arthan 2016

In December the Wildwood celebrated Alban Arthan at our Grove on the Edge. The weather was kind to us and we stayed dry which is always a bonus. 445 more words


Charity Candlelit Yoga

I am arranging an afternoon of candlelit yoga at the Festival Hall, Alderley Edge on Saturday, 14th January to raise money for Cancer Research.

The festivities of Christmas will have passed and this will be an opportunity to dedicate a little time to yourself. 122 more words


Shakespeare's Love Child

Shakespeare goes into his local, walks up to the bar and orders a pint. ‘No chance’ the landlord says. ‘Why not? says Will.  The landlord shakes his head, ‘I’ve told you, your bard.’……………yes that was pretty awful, I’m sorry. 1,311 more words

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The Myth of the Wizard: Alderley Edge

Article and photographs: Senem Peace

Sometimes the closest ones are the furthest! Have your ever kept saying to yourself that you’re going to visit “that” place, which is just a few hours from your home? 646 more words


Alderley Edge, Cheshire, England

Rockery Cottage barn (Jacobean), 17th century

Simply called ‘The Cottage’ (Georgian), 18th century

Ryleys Farm barns (Jacobethan), 1802

Franklyn Lodge (Tudor Gothic revival), 1850

Abandoned cottage (Georgian) … 193 more words


A Welsh Dreaming? People, Place and the Past in the Mabinogion

One thing that was on my mind a lot this last summer is the Mabinogion – specifically the fourth branch, “Math ap Mathonwy”. For those of you wondering what these unfamiliar words mean, the… 3,007 more words