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Alsager – Town & Country

3 Miles (4.8km)
Approximately 1.5 hours
Alsager gets its name from the Alsager family who owned manorial rights from 1258. It is recorded in the Domesday book as Eleacier.
Muddy in parts with stiles. Rough ground between 2 and 6 not suitable for wheelchair users.

Walk Directions

Turn left out of the station along Audley Road.
After a few minutes turn right into Fanny’s Croft. Follow the track for about 10 minutes to Bank House Farm. (Ignore farm track on the right after 3 minutes.)
At a metal farm gate turn right through a kissing gate. Continue, keeping the hedge to your left. Follow the path through 3 more kissing gates.
At a kissing gate by a tree in the hedge on your right, turn right to cross the field, keeping the pylons on your left. Then follow the field edge to a small wood where the path bends left and you go through the route’s final kissing gate.
Turn left, keeping the hedge to your left.
Cross the stile, then turn right along a track and over a bridge across the railway.
After the bridge turn right along a small road past Hall Farm Shop and Café and The Old Mill.
Turn right onto Crewe Road and walk for about 10 minutes.
At the cross roads with Church Road, turn right to walk down Station Road.
After 5 minutes turn left to walk through Milton Park.
At the opposite end of the park, re-join Crewe Road and turn right.
At the traffic lights turn right along Sandbach Road South to the station.

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