Welcome to the Christleton Blog. This is the best place to check what is happening as I tend to mention here any new items or features to the website as and when they happen and give a link to where you will find them. But I would encourage you to click around the site and explore. You are currently in the main part and you will find links to two other main sections. The Christleton War Voices which has an immense amount of information about Christleton in World War I. The other is Christleton 3 which is rich in photographs and includes two regular monthly features. Wildlife Watch and The History File. Enjoy.

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Girls on Waggonette trip to Rhyl

Education Education Christleton Education

This year brings the 60th Anniversary of the opening of Christleton High School. An event which David Cummings marks with a series concerning the history of education in the village of Christleton. The first part of this interesting insight starts in the August edition of The History File. Read it, learn it, as there may be questions later.

Richard Nicholson
Puffins on the Farne Islands

A special place for sea Birds

David Cummings and his wife Beryl have made a visit to what I consider to be a relatively undiscovered and magical area of the British Isles - The Northumbrian Coast. A place with wonderful castles, fishing villages, amazing scenery, vast beaches, sea birds, a young heroin and an early saint. Their visit to the Farne Islands is recorded in the August edition of Wildlife Watch. Read and enjoy.

Richard Nicholson
Stoned Fruit Jam by Janet Brown

Village Show Winners take Nantwich Show Awards

There is just so much to see when you visit the one day Nantwich Show which was held on Wednesday 25th July this year. After admiring the the prize cattle, sheep, poultry and horses you might arrive at the Horticulture and Crafts Tents. Two residents of Christleton, Edward Elliott and Janet Brown will have been there before you as you will soon discover.

Richard Nicholson
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