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Interiors

Friday, August 19, 2016
South Green House, Southwold

From seaside escapes to eco-friendly self-builds, take a tour of three motivating and beautiful renovations that will give you serious house envy

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Creating a painted back plate for a damaged section of glass

You could say that Jamie Moore’s Chester-based company, Recclesia, is a glass act, writes Mairead Mahon

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Selection of hand built slab bottles, reminiscent of figures with colours that evoke the feeling of the seashore

Kirsti Brown, who works from a studio at home in Hawarden, dreams of making her passion a full-time career one day soon, writes Kate Houghton

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Picture by William Goddard Photography

From beautiful barn conversions and Georgian mansions to fairytale cottages, we take a look at the inspirational interiors of three stunning homes in England

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Lymm Water Tower

The 19th century Lymm Water Tower was sold by North West Water in 1996 and has been ‘re-imagined’ into a glorious family home, writes Kate Houghton

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Gardens

Thursday, August 4, 2016
Therapy Garden

Two volunteers have put their heart and soul into a special garden at Leighton Hospital, Crewe. Rebekka O’Grady went along to find out more

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Liz Scott with an English Oak and English Elm.  The English Elm has been lost from our landscape due to Dutch elm disease, but this tree is not at risk as it only affects trees with a mature trunk circumfrence, which this of course will never achieve.

The Cheshire Bonsai Society meets each month in Little Budworth, bringing together an extraordinary collection of miniature trees and their talented creators, writes Kate Houghton.

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Ad Feature: Taking care of the outside

Monday, February 29, 2016
Strutt & Parker, Chester

Will gardening put a spring in your step?

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Homes & Gardens

Property Market

Ad Feature: Designed for a new age

Mon, 09:30
A typical kitchen at an Inspired Retirement Village

Nicholas John talks to Keith Cockell about how the planning design of an apartment in an Inspired Village can alleviate much of the worry.

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Ad Feature: Thinking outside the outbuildings

Friday, August 19, 2016
Strutt & Parker

Diversification in difficult places

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Cheshire properties - Over Alderley

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
JSS Wilmslow

Great for horses

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Cheshire properties - Hale

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Gascoigne Halman

Stylish home

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Cheshire Towns and Villages

Why you should move to Bollington

Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Why you should move to Bollington

Welcome to Cheshire's Happy Valley. Former mill manager Samuel Greg must have known Bollington's potential would only grow.

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Why you should move to Hale or Hale Barns

It's easy to see why people want to live in Hale and Hale Barns. You've got a busy community, a high street packed with fantastic boutiques, bars, salons and restaurants

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Why you should move to Bramhall

Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Village shops

With its foot in traditional and contemporary, it is easy to see why people live or want to live in Bramhall. It certainly has a lot to offer.

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Why you should move to Frodsham

Saturday, November 14, 2009
High Street, Frodsham

THE historic market town of Frodsham has a lot to offer homebuyers, from families to couples to the retired.

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Why you should move to Knutsford

Monday, January 28, 2013
Why you should move to Knutsford

It's not surprising Knutsford is a popular place to live.

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Why you should move to Lymm

Saturday, November 14, 2009
Narrowboat passing bridgewater House on the Shropshire Union Canal at Lymm

COMMUNITY is the name of the game in Lymm.

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Why you should move to Stockton Heath

Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Stockton Heath

The village is situated near to Warrington, and is easily accessible from the M56/M6. It has many different types of homes, many of them constructed between 1900 and 1930, from original period buildings, refurbished properties and new builds

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Why you should move to Congleton

Tuesday, November 17, 2009
High Street

The pretty market town of Congleton, nestling at the foothills of the Pennines, can be counted as some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain.

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Why you should move to Audlem

Monday, May 17, 2010
The Shroppie Fly by the Shropshire Union Canal at  Audlem Mill

Audlem is a place you fall in love with. This ancient market town, on the southern fringes of our county, is a real treat.

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Why you should move to Sandbach

Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Sandbach

If you have already chosen to live in Sandbach then you are already fully aware of its charms. If you are still deciding then there is a good argument for setting up home in the historic market town.

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Why you should move to Didsbury

Monday, January 18, 2010
Didsbury Library

Welcome to Didsbury, the Manchester suburb to see and be seen in. WORDS BY EMMA MAYOH PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIRSTY THOMPSON

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Why you should move to Hartford

Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Hartford properties

Hartford isn't one of the largest or busiest places in Cheshire. A couple of minutes drive and you're through and out the other side of the village.

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