Thursday 19 to Tuesday 24 September 2019
- 14 National Trust properties within 25 miles of the site
- Visit the secret nuclear bunker
- Bowls competition
Come and join us at the Cotton Arms in the beautiful village of Wrenbury in Cheshire.
The oldest pub in Wrenbury, the Cotton Arms dates back to the 16th century and is well known for having a good variety of real ales and homemade traditional food at reasonable prices.
There will also be access to the bowling green at the rear of the pub for our annual bowls competition, weather permitting. Bowls can be borrowed from the pub if you don’t have your own – all they ask for is a voluntary donation to the charity Macmillan.
The pavilion at the rear of the pub, which has its own bar, will be available Friday and Monday evenings for social activities.
In the local area, Nantwich and Whitchurch are the two closest towns and the pub is on a bus route.
The beautiful Llangollen canal is only 100 yards away, giving good access to level walks and cycle rides.
Visit the nearby secret nuclear bunker or see the annual straw sculpture with a visit to Snugburys Ice Cream Farm. Previous years have seen a meerkat, Big Ben and a dalek all made from straw. What will they come up with for 2019? If any anglers are interested, there are commercial fisheries close by. There are also an impressive 14 National Trust properties within 25 miles of the site, so you won’t be short of places to visit.
There are showers and toilets at the rear of the pub available 24 hours, making the site suitable for tent 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 onto grass.
Rally Fee (per unit one off): £5
Sire Fee (per unit per night): £8