Sandstone Ridge Community Consultation

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Sandstone Ridge Community Consultation

The Sandstone Ridge Trust wants to know what people think about Cheshire's Sandstone Ridge and how best to shape the future of this special place.

The Sandstone Ridge covers 230 sq kms of rolling hills and escarpments between Frodsham and Helsby in the north, through Delamere, Cuddington and Beeston, to Peckforton and Malpas in the south.

It is home for 36,000 people; the location for 1,000 businesses; and is visited by more than 1 million people each year. It provides food, water, timber and minerals, and for many is an important place to exercise, relax, and enjoy its views, landscape, wildlife and heritage.

This consultation is part of a two year Heritage Lottery funded project awarded to the Trust to explore how best to look after the Sandstone Ridge for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations.

The consultation can be found HERE

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