Tarvin Community Woodland in Local Top Ten List

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The Chester Chronicle recently published its top 10 of Cheshire's most stunning walks to get you out and about in the fresh air. There amongst names such as Bickerton Hill, Beeston Crags and Delamere Forest was Tarvin's Community Woodland.

Commenting on the Trust's aim to conserve, restore and re-establish native trees, plants and all types of wildlife, the Chronicle said "this is a delightful site that allows a pleasant short walk through open woodland, meadow and wild flower areas."

Other walks mentioned in the list were, Countess of Chester Country Park, Parkgate, Caldy Valley Nature Park, Tatton Park, Thurstaston and Dunham Massey Estate

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