Author: The Guide Cheshire

Spring has arrived, signs of warmer days to come are already here, one way to focus efforts in the right places is to get the public’s help and Chester West and Chester residents are in spring cleaning mode. Cheshire West and Chester Council have seen an increase in requests from residents wanting to get involved and help give the borough a spring clean. A high level of cleanliness is something that Cheshire residents, businesses, and visitors expect. From this week, groups of six are now able to volunteer together and meet up to carry out socially-distanced litter-picking activities in the…

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As the first anniversary of the initial COVID-19 lockdown approaches, plans are being developed in west Cheshire to commemorate those who have lost their lives and everyone who has been impacted by the virus. Tuesday, March 23 has been chosen as a National Day of Reflection by charity Marie Curie who is asking people to ‘take a minute to reflect and a moment to connect by joining in with minute’s silence at 12 noon, shining a light at 8 pm or reflecting on the last year in their own way. Chester Cathedral will hold a short service to mark the first anniversary of…

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It’s no secret the health and safety risks Covid-19 has posed on many industries, particularly the hospitality trade have forced so many of our loved restaurants to shut down completely or serve a limited number of customers. We are currently in a stage of transition where many people want to go out, and It’s more important now to support the hospitality sector with considerable restaurant etiquette. The Guide Cheshire’s has compiled tips on etiquette’ for how to responsibly enjoy a meal out of isolation post-pandemic and support the hospitality sector who we greatly miss and have been hard hit from…

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Scientists at the UK’s most popular charity zoo warn human activity has pushed the planet’s biodiversity towards a ‘tipping point. Experts at Chester Zoo have revealed the catastrophic decline of wildlife conservation by identifying six key targets to focus zoo’s bid to save species. The UK’s most popular charity zoo, founded in 1931, has revealed its bold new vision to fight the world’s climate and conservation emergencies as it prepares to celebrate its 90th anniversary as a leading wildlife charity. The zoo’s new ‘Conservation Masterplan’ – which aims to make a significant contribution to tackling the global extinction crisis by 2031…

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Experience the best of Chester with one handy gift card. Cozy cafes, inspirational shops, fine dining restaurants, bespoke hotels, and quirky boutiques. Take the decision out of gifting and let them choose where to spend with Chester’s only citywide gift card. ‘It’s a socially conscious gift choice and it also encourages city-wide experiences and a day outspent in the city with all the additional spend and footfall that entails over and above the card value. Every penny is directly locked into Chester’s economy supporting businesses and the individuals that own and work for them. We’re delighted by the success of…

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It’s been a challenging year for the organisers of various fashion weeks with our very own Cheshire Fashion Week who celebrated the launch of a milestone event in 2019, but since been put on a halt, as for so much of the world, things have gone differently. A report by Oxford Economics for the BFC has shown that the effect of COVID could be twice as hard on the fashion industry than the economy overall, in this way collective activity is needed to guarantee recuperation and positive development of the business as there are numerous businesses and laborers that fall…

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It’s engaging. It’s hopeful. It pushes the plot forward for the public to enjoy one of Cheshire’s biggest summer event programs that will help us erase the memories of the toughest lockdown of this decade. Storyhouse is now planning to open its acclaimed Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre earlier than normal and as early as 22 May, whilst Moonlight Flicks open-air cinema will also run from the May half term at Chester Cathedral’s Dean’s Field, along with other flagship venues in the region including Wirral’s Claremont Farm. The news comes after the Government’s lockdown roadmap was announced, which said that outdoor cinemas…

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The oldest operating racecourse in the world is today planning to become the first in the UK to welcome back visitors and it promises to be a unique and new experience for everyone attending its famous Boodles May Festival. Chester Race Company Ltd is utilizing the latest technological advancements and currently working on a mass Covid-19 testing program, in anticipation of crowds returning to the Roodee once again. This would see everyone attending the three-day festival from May 5th to the 7th, receiving a lateral flow test upon entry, and enjoying fully socially distanced race-day experiences throughout the day. Chester is…

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Make yourself at home with our intel, plan what you can, and let The Guide Cheshire fill in the spaces. This guide has all the motivation, animal lovers -accommodating attractions, and on-the-ground intel you need to pick your own Cheshire experience—We’ve scoured Cheshires most unique places to see, hang, and even play with animals. The following article will cover the best ideas for animal lovers in Cheshire based on traveler visits, reviews, and local insight. We will likewise take note to guide your travel if any activity is either free or cheap to do, attractions as well as nighttime activities.…

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Professionally leverage existing orthogonal e-commerce after next-generation. Vanessa Hudgens of High School went live on Instagram. Shrugging into the camera, looking bored and exasperated, she said, “People are going to die, which is terrible. But… inevitable?” It was a moment of pure, almost beautiful celebrity detachment — even for Hudgens, whose star status long ago fell from Disney Channel’s crown princess to aspiring TikTok personality. On Thursday, six days into social distancing, actress and Israeli army Twitter propagandist Gal Gadot led several of her fellow celebrities in singing John Lennon’s “Imagine” to their legions of adoring plebeian fans. Takeaways: Our…

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