Thursday 17 September to Tuesday 22 September 2020
- Annual bowls competition
- Walks along the Llangollen Canal
- Secret nuclear bunker visit
Come and join us at the Cotton Arms in the beautiful Cheshire village of Wrenbury.
Dating back to the 16th century, the pub is well known for having a good variety of real ales and some great home-made food at reasonable prices.
We’re planning to hold our annual bowls competition on the bowling green behind the pub – they’ll also lend you some bowls if you don’t have your own. All they ask for is a voluntary donation to a local charity. The bowls pavilion will be available Friday and Monday evenings for social activities.
Nantwich and Whitchurch are the two closest towns (the pub is on a bus route) and the beautiful Llangollen Canal, with its level walks and cycle rides, is only 100 yards away. There are also 14 National Trust properties within 25 miles, so you won’t be short of places to visit.
How about a trip to the nearby secret nuclear bunker or the annual straw sculpture at Snugburys Ice Cream Farm? Also, anglers will be pleased to know there are some commercial fisheries nearby.
There are showers and toilets at the rear of the pub available 24 hours, making the site ideal for campers. Well-behaved pets are welcome and the pub is dog friendly. The site is well drained and level with a rolled stone entrance giving way to grass. Showers £1.
Contact Brian and Sheila Rawcliffe for more information or to book.
Rally Fee (Per Unit One-Off) £5
Site Fee (Per Unit Per Night) £7
Cotton Arms, Wrenbury, Cheshire, CH5 8HG