Month: June 2016

Getting Nosey about Nature

We had a lovely walk through Anderton Nature Park this morning when a group of  children, parents and grandparents joined us on our Nosey Nature Day.                 Fungalpunk Dave couldn’t make it today to lead the walk, but fortunately for us, Saltscape Saul was able to step into […]

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VOTE for the Lion Salt Works in National Awards

STOP PRESS The much-loved Lion Salt Works museum run by Cheshire West and Chester Council here in Northwich has been shortlisted for a prestigious award from the National Lottery. It’s the only site in the North West to have been shortlisted for the Heritage Award.  It is now a scheduled ancient monument just like Stone […]

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Nature Trail with a Salty Twist

A new trail linking some of the most important sites in Cheshire’s Salt history and its surrounding landscape was officially opened on 9th June by Alan Redley, Chair of Friends of Anderton and Marbury (FoAM) and John Boundy of Inovyn. The Saltscape Trail links Anderton Boat Lift and Lion Salt Works passing through the beautiful […]

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