Neston is a civil parish in Cheshire West and Chester , England. It contains 76 buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as designated listed buildings. In addition to the village of Neston, it contains the settlements of Parkgate , Little Neston , and Ness. Outside the villages, the parish is rural. Most of the listed buildings are houses, or related to farming.
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Working Day visits for current Year 5 students have now been confirmed. By the time your son or daughter leaves school, the world will be a very different place to the one it is now. The skills and attributes that a young person needs to be successful within a global-based economy are not measured merely by grades, but by the ability to think and respond to change. At Neston High School, we aim to develop 21st century learners — creative, collaborative problem solvers who communicate well and are highly literate. Neston has a strong sporting tradition and continues to achieve an enviable record of success, in a wide variety of sports at both team and individual level. Our outstanding sport facilities mean that your son or daughter can really excel in their chosen sport, from tennis to rock climbing, swimming to javelin, our highly skilled team of dedicated staff will help your son or daughter find their niche.
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Love Home Swap is the world's largest home swapping club. Holiday like a local and stay in amazing homes for free. The once principal residence of Sir Richard and Lady Evelyn Summers this 17th century country pile was featured in Cheshire Life and has recently had a sympathetic modern makeover. This breathtaking hall is built over 3 floors and covers in excess of sq.
It is bounded to the west by the River Dee , forming a boundary with Wales , to the east by the River Mersey , and to the north by the Irish Sea. Historically, Wirral was wholly within Cheshire ; in the Domesday Book , its border with the rest of the county was placed at "two arrow falls from Chester city walls. Wirral contains both affluent and deprived areas, with affluent areas largely in the west, south and north coast of the peninsula, and deprived areas concentrated in the east, around the built-up district of Birkenhead. The name Wirral literally means " myrtle corner", from the Old English wir , a myrtle tree, and heal , an angle, corner or slope.