Pedalling the Cheshire Lanes with Leigh Premier
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Daresbury Church




Mobberley
Church



Beeston Castle (above) & village (right)




CHESHIRE'S REMAINING RHYMING SIGNPOSTS


"No cartway save on sufference here
For horse and foot the road is clear
To Lymm, HIgh Legh, Hoo Green & Mere"




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"Lewis Carroll" stained glass window in
Daresbury Church

"Alice in Wonderland" characters in bottom panels



Regular watering hole ! -
Delamere Station Cafe




Around Arley there are still three remaining rhyming signposts composed by R. Edgerton-Warburton in the 19th century.
Born in 1804, he was a country squire, landlord & notable local poet.
He also converted what was a barn on the photo of Arley Green (other page) into a school.


"This road is forbidden to all
Unless they wend their way to call
At mill or Green or Arley Hall "




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"Tresspassers this notice heed
Onward you may not proceed
Unless to Arley Hall you speed"


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