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These external links take you off our website and their integrity is not guaranteed.

Steve & Judy Pardoe's Website at

Acton Swing Bridge (updated June 2015)

Acton Bridge Tennis Club

Canal & River Trust (formerly British Waterways) Cheshire site

CPRE Campaign to Protect Rural England

Planning Help from the Campaign to Protect Rural England

Cheshire Association of Local Councils (ChALC - used to be at

Cheshire Community Action

Cheshire Image Bank

Cheshire Police

Cheshire Police Alert

Cheshire Police Rural Matters

Cheshire West and Chester Council ("CW&C" in links below, some recently updated)

CW&C Archives

CW&C Census 2011

CW&C Cheshire West TV (a "broadband TV channel")

CW&C Libraries

CW&C Online Library

CW&C Mapping

CW&C Meeting Webcasts

CW&C Northwich & Winsford Newsletters (scroll down to bottom left)

CW&C Planning & Building Control

CW&C Planning Application Search

CW&C Report It Online Forms to report a problem such as fly-tipping or vandalism

CW&C Residents' Services

CW&C Scrutiny Review Page

CW&C Draft Scrutiny Review Direct download (Adobe PDF) November 2010

CW&C Telephone Numbers (PDF - opens in a new window)

CW&C Transport and Roads page with real-time maps of road works and traffic disruption

CW&C Waste & Recycling information

Fix My Street to report a problem such as fly-tipping or vandalism via an interactive map

Cheshire East Council

Cheshire Libraries eBooks

Tithe Maps updated June 2019 - various ages of Cheshire maps with modern mapping

Cheshire Record Office Archives and Local Studies, updated June 2019

Department for Communities & Local Government

Community Rights Neighbourhood Planning

Cuddington & Sandiway website

Family History Society of Cheshire

Lion Salt Works Archive

Little Leigh website and webcam pointing towards Acton Bridge

Local Heritage Initiative

Mid Cheshire Footpath Society

Mid Cheshire Rail Partnership

Norley Village website

Northwich Guardian newspaper

Planning Links (on-site links to external resources)

Police.UK website with crime maps

Police & Crime Commissioner PCC John Dwyer's official website

River Weaver Navigation Society

Saltscape Project Map

Sutton Weaver Community Website

Walking in Cheshire, lots of walks to download, books, maps and walking groups (new URL March2020)

Weaverham news and links

Weaverham & Acton Bridge Show New website

Weaverham Community Centre and Gymnastics Club

Weaverham History Society

Cheshire Library Homepage (updated)

Weaverham Parish Council (new URL)

Weaverham Trust

Weaver Valley Partnership

Weaver Refining Co external history and research link

Weaverham Surgery website (updated)

Activities, Commercial and Campaign Links
The following links are to local activities, commercial enterprises or campaigns, and are offered (in alphabetical order) without responsibility for their content.

Acton Marquees

Ash House Farm, Guest House, Acton Bridge

Black Prince Canal Narrowboat Holidays, Acton Bridge (updated URL)

Capture Photography, Crowton

Davenports Tea Room and Shop - awarded Top Tea Place & Taste of Cheshire 2013

Davenports Florists, Bartington

Save Save Delamere Forest campaign against the sale of Delamere Forest

Tim Fowler Garden Design RHS Medal Winner

The Hare & Hounds, Crowton - new link, October 2012, not working April 2014

The Hazel Pear Inn, Acton Bridge - new website, October 2012

The Leigh Arms, Little Leigh

Moss Haselhurst Solicitors - our thanks to them for their pro bono work for the Parish Council!

Nook's Yard Cider & Perry, Little Leigh

"Pamela" Cheshire Caterers, Acton Bridge

Prescient Public Relations, Acton Bridge

Reiki practitioner / teacher, Acton Bridge

Road Safety Prospects Driver Safety Training

Sew Special Soft Furnishings, Dutton

Taekwon-Do Contact details

Wall Hill Farm Guest House, Acton Bridge

Acton Bridge Bowls Club


Acton Bridge Tennis Club

Many other organisations in the village use the Parish Rooms; see their web sites for their programmes, the links are in the Site Directory and Links pages on this website, or view the Acton Bridge Facebook group.

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