Green-fingered Zoe Smith tells us about her Congleton cottage industry that’s blooming lovely
BBC weather presenter and reporter Rebecca Wood spends lockdown milking cows on a farm in her home county of Cheshire
How Congleton became a centre for wellness.
It’s quite easy to bypass Congleton in favour of the nearby Pek District when searching for walking ideas, but you will be missing out on a wide ranging choice of routes.
Mow Cop Castle, on the Cheshire-Staffordshire border, is the destination of this month’s walk
One of Cheshire’s most iconic buildings is captured on camera
A collection of walks in and around the Cheshire section of the Peak District National Park.
A popular Cheshire waterway, close to the Peak District National Park
Our readers visit the Dane Valley to discover the best of Cheshire countryside.
A circuit around Wincle takes Howard Bradbury within a stone’s throw of Staffordshire but, sadly, not a wallaby in sight.
Art, comedy, festivals and more...Congleton makes the most of its great location and community spirit, writes Janet Reeder
We’ve put together a short guide on spending the day in Congleton with some of our top tips on what to see and do.
American street artist made a personal appearance for the launch of his fantastic show
Our readers take the walk up to Mow Cop and are rewarded with fantastic views.
A vibrant community is gearing up for a lively year in Congleton. Rebekka O’Grady visits to find out more
Local group bring nostalgia through song
Congleton has many charms and a dedicated community
It takes more than just a few people to make a town a great place to live. Luckily, Congleton has many individuals and organisations dedicated to that purpose. Emma Mayoh reports
Community spirit is alive and well in Congleton where an army of volunteers are going for gold
Mike Smith pulls up a bar stool at some of Congleton's historic hostelries and hears about unworldly spirits. MAIN PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIRSTY THOMPSON