Chester Handbooks publish and deliver the Huntington & Boughton Handbook directly to 5,000 homes and businesses within the parishes. Our advertisers and local community groups also benefit from reaching the new housing developments at the old Saighton army camp site with some 500 homes already occupied and another 300 under construction. Ideal for reaching those moving to, or within the area. The 5 acre Jubilee Field at Huntington has a football pitch and children’s play area and village green. Caldy Valley Nature Park also forms part of the ward and consists of 30 acres of wetland, woodland and meadows.
Huntington boasts a wealth of local shops, businesses, public house, restaurants, hair & beauty salons, takeaways, newsagent, dentist and churches.
Boughton is a neighbourhood to the east of the city centre and boasts a wealth of local shops, restaurants, cafes, takeaways, pubs, butchers, hair & beauty, florist, wine merchants en route into Chester.
Chester Handbooks deliver the Inside Upton edition directly to 5,000 homes and businesses within the parish. Our advertisers and local community groups also benefit from reaching the new housing developments in Upton Dene and Backford Cross proving to be a great way to attract those moving to or within the area.
The Parish of Upton boasts three thriving shopping areas on Mill Lane, Long Lane and Weston Grove. These shops provide the area with post offices, off licences, butchers, takeaways, cake shops, cafes, hair & beauty, salons, house-ware and supermarkets, public houses, 18 hole golf course, Chester Zoo, petrol stations and much more.
The Countess of Chester Health Park, dentist, doctors/pharmacy, chiropodist, library, four primary schools and one high school are all within easy reach. The Queen Elizabeth II playing field at Wealstone Lane boasts new a purpose built pavilion with excellent facilities including tennis court. Organisations include a tennis club, Horticultural Society, Girl Guides and Brownies, Scouts and Cubs, bowling club, WI, Dramatic Society & churches.
Chester Handbooks publish and deliver the Vicars Cross Voice to 3,500 homes in the large suburban area on the east side of Chester. Oldfield Primary School is situated in Green Lane and there are several shops and businesses serving the local community in Green Lane, Vicars Cross/Tarvin Road, and Queens Road.
Hair & beauty, convenience stores, 18 hole golf course, takeaways, dentist and hearing centre. The community centre on Thackery Drive has plenty of activities for all ages. There is a library, pharmacy, primary school, Scouts, Brownies, Vicars Cross Football Club (Dynamos). Chester Rugby Union FC formed in the 1880’s and the new ground (purchased in 1961), is at Hare Lane.
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Chester Handbooks publish and deliver the Mollington & Saughall Handbook directly to 2,500 homes and businesses within the parishes. The parish of Mollington is a relatively small rural community with 15 working farms, tree lined lanes just 5 minutes from the centre of Chester.
Mollington became the first place in Britain to have a Neighbourhood Watch scheme benefitting from low crime rates. St Oswalds Primary School was voted best in the Country. Mollington has 2 first class hotels complete with leisure & spa facilities, public houses and restaurants. Mollington Grange Business Park is home of the newly constructed Footgolf facility, and a range of businesses including, hair & beauty, cycles, wine supplies, design, interiors, soft furnishing, accountants, garage services, dance school, bridal services.
There are 2 purpose built care homes for the elderly. A number of businesses are sited at Backford Dip including fires & stoves, aerials and wood working. The old Backford Hall site is currently undergoing redevelopment of a number of prestigious houses. Saughall is a civil parish and village 3 miles north west of Chester and close to the welsh border with a choice of many clubs and activities taking place within the community: gardening, cricket, badminton, ladies choir, Colts Football and so on. There are 3 country pubs with dining to choose from, a country store, storage units and car sales, animal grooming, cabinet/furniture maker, garage, chemist, security and more.
Chester Handbooks publish and deliver The Chester City Handbook to 5,000 residential homes and businesses just outside the city walls.
We are the ONLY A5 publication to be delivered to all new housing developments including Black Diamond Street, and areas off Liverpool Road.
This busy urban area boasts the Community Leisure Centre located in the heart of the distribution areas of Northgate Village, Newtown, Parkgate Road, Abbots Park, Brook Lane and Newry Park, Liverpool Road and more.
Highly acclaimed educational establishments of: The University of Chester, Queens Private Girls School, The Bishops CE Primary & High School, Catholic High School, and private nursery schools.
Brook Street, leading to the railway station is a local shopping area with a Post Office and many shops, pubs and restaurants. The Newtown area has a small ‘arts’ cinema. Fountains Health Care, Northgate Village Pharmacy and local shops and services provide public houses, restaurants and cafes, hair & beauty salons, takeaways, newsagents, doctors’ surgeries, dentists and churches. There are many shops and businesses serving the local communities and the city centre is a just a short walk away.
Chester Handbooks publish & deliver the Great Sutton & Stanney Oaks Handbook to 5000 homes and businesses around the suburbs of Ellesmere Port, situated North of Chester. (Strawberry Fields, Whitby Road, The Groves, Stanney Oaks, Overpool Road, Westwood Park & Hope Farm).
Home to one of Britain’s biggest designer outlets and features a Sports Village that includes two swimming pools, an 80-station gym and athletics track. The town is home to Cheshire College, a large library and has a thriving market.
Whitby Sports and Social Club is home to Ellesmere Port Rugby Club (David coaches the 1st Team (see regular fixtures and results), and local football, cricket, athletics and groups. It is a popular meeting place for local residents and the venue hosts regular live entertainment.
There are popular woodlands, canals, parks and in the area. The borough has had 2,150 new homes built and there are plans for the redevelopment of the town centre, which is the subject of a long-running regeneration programme and already offers an array of facilities and lifestyle opportunities. Investments in place will mean better schools, community facilities, transport and housing.