Strolling through Poynton’s rich vein of mining history
A great place to eat when exploring the many walking routes in the area.
Poynton offers great shopping, fabulous food, healthy walks and good dose of history
We took a stroll down Poynton’s high street and got to know the people behind the thriving businesses that call Park Lane home.
Neighbourhood know-how, places and people
Head to one of Cheshire’s nicest areas for a rural ramble which offers a glimpse into our industrial heritage.
A collection of walks in and around the Cheshire section of the Peak District National Park.
From super shows, cracking creatives and fantastic foodies, they’re a stellar bunch in Poynton, writes Emma Mayoh.
Photographers love to point and click in Poynton.
Togetherness in Poynton is not just for Christmas, as Janet Reeder discovers
Meet Christopher Evans, a jeweller whose combination of craftsmanship and style know-how makes his boutique shops a destination, writes Heidi Nagaitis
This month’s walk takes us to a lovely stately home, with some panoramic views thrown in for good measure, writes Howard Bradbury
Towns across the country are following the lead of Poynton whose residents have proved it’s better to share, writes Paul Mackenzie
The flavours of Thailand travel well at the Tom Yam in Poynton, as guests at the latest Cheshire Life luncheon soon discovered...
Few signs remain of Poynton’s coal mining past, but they are there amid the pleasant residential areas and country lanes
Almost 14 million viewers watched Poynton’s own Luis Troyano in the final of the Great British Bake Off. What’s next for him?
The three-month refurbishment of Robinson’s Farmer’s Arms in Poynton is a triumph, resulting in delightful decor and a refreshed menu of tasty food
Ruth Clemens is one of a long line of bakers in her family. Now, the Great British Bake Off runner-up wants to encourage more people back into their kitchens. Emma Mayoh reports<br/>PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIRSTY THOMPSON