6 of the best March walks in Cheshire

Astbury daffodils by John Cocks

Astbury daffodils by John Cocks - Credit: Archant

2019 Birdlife at Parkgate by Paul Taylor

2019 Birdlife at Parkgate by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Parkgate and Gayton
March 2019 issue
There aren't any places in the area where you can enjoy a coastal walk in Spring, but this simple walk from Parkgate is well worth a try.
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2018 Sheep grazing in Woodford by Paul Taylor

2018 Sheep grazing in Woodford by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Woodford to Handforth Dean
March 2018 issue
Not quite an 'urban' walk but one that is never far away from civilisation rather than 'out in the sticks', take a figure of eight walk from the Deanwater Hotel at Woodford, through farm land towards Handforth Dean.
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2017 All Saints Church, Thornton Hough by Paul Taylor

2017 All Saints Church, Thornton Hough by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Thornton Hough
March 2017 issue
Explore the countryside outside the pretty village of Thornton Hough on the Wirral Peninsula, the terrain is flat in these parts which makes for a gentle country ramble.
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2016 St John the Divine, Burwardsley by Paul Taylor

2016 St John the Divine, Burwardsley by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Burwardsley
March 2016 issue
If you want to head for higher ground, then this walk around Burwardsley may be more up your street. This walk has got a bit of everything: hills, woodland, wildlife and distant castles.
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2015 Towpath of the Macclesfield Canal by Paul Taylor

2015 Towpath of the Macclesfield Canal by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Astbury and Little Moreton Hall
March 2015 issue
Astbury is famous for its daffodils, so what better time to visit this small village close to the Cheshire/Staffordshire than during Spring?
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2014 Thurstaston Hill by Alan Taylor

2014 Thurstaston Hill by Alan Taylor - Credit: Archant

Royden Park Country Park
March 2014 issue
Another visit to Wirral, this time to Thurstaton. This walk includes a visit to Thor's Stone, a climb to the viewpoint of Thurstaston Hill, a walk along the shore and a short burst on the Wirral Way
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All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.

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