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  Cheshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cheshire (or archaically the County of Chester) is a county palatine in North West England.
Cheshire is a mainly rural county with a high concentration of villages.
Cheshire is rich in canals, particularly the east of the county with its strategic importance between Manchester, Stoke and Birmingham.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cheshire   (1523 words)

 Cheshire County Official Website
Cheshire County has a population of 73,825 people according to the 2000 census, up 5% from 1990.
Cheshire County government consists of two branches; a Legislative Branch, referred to as the county delegation, which is comprised of twenty-four Representatives elected for 2 year terms, and an Executive Branch consisting of three commissioners.
The Cheshire County commissioners appoint a full-time county administrator to oversee the daily operations of the county.
www.co.cheshire.nh.us   (142 words)

 Cheshire Cat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cheshire Cat is a fictional cat appearing in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
There are reports that Carroll found inspiration for the Cheshire Cat in a carving in a church in the village of Croft-on-Tees, in the north east of England, where his father had been rector.
It was said that cats sitting on the dock would wait for the rats and mice to leave the ships transporting Cheshire cheese to London and were the happiest cats in the kingdom, hence their grins.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cheshire_cat   (943 words)

 Cheshire Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire, a palatine and maritime county of England, bounded on the NW.
Cheshire forms, towards the Irish Sea, a flat peninsula, the Wirrall [sic] (12 miles by 7 miles), between the estuaries of the Mersey and the Dee, and inland a vast plain separating the mountains of Wales from those of Derbyshire.
Cheshire : A Genealogical Bibliography by Stuart Raymond.
www.fhsc.org.uk /genuki/chs   (1153 words)

 Cheshire, Ohio 45620   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire, a town located just upriver from Point Pleasant, WV (where the infamous Mothman was sighted in the late 1960s), is in the process of becoming Ohio's latest ghost town.
The final straw for Cheshire residents was a report commissioned by AEP itself that found that the local schools would have had about six minutes to evacuate in the event of an anhydrous ammonia tank leak.
An April 2002 Dispatch article on the Cheshire buyout (which you can read here) stated that the town would be empty of residents by the end of that year, but the moveout was quickly behind its schedule.
www.forgottenoh.com /Cheshire/cheshire.html   (915 words)

 Cheshire Medical Center / Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic - Cheshire Smiles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire Smiles, a project of The Council for a Healthier Community, provides access to dental care for children in kindergarten through third grade in 19 public schools throughout the Monadnock Region.
Cheshire Smiles assisted young school children with necessary preventive dental care, but did not have the resources to provide restorative care, or to assist older children, the parents of children or other adults suffering from effects of dental disease.
Cheshire Smiles is unique in that children are referred to these practices soon after their in-school care is complete, and parents receive assistance with the Healthy Kids insurance application process.
www.cheshire-med.com /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=167&Itemid=290   (477 words)

 Cheshire County, New Hampshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire County is a county located in the state of New Hampshire.
Cheshire was one of the five original counties identified for New Hampshire in 1769, and is named for Cheshire in England.
Out of the total population, 8.50% of those under the age of 18 and 6.30% of those 65 and older are living below the poverty line.
www.gogog.com /project/wikipedia/index.php/Cheshire_County,_New_Hampshire   (445 words)

 CHESHIRE - Online Information article about CHESHIRE
navigation, which was originally undertaken in 1720 by a few Cheshire squires, belong to the county, and are paid annually to the relief of the county rates.
Richard 1I., in return for the loyal support furnished him by the county, made it a principality, but the act was revoked in the next reign.
Twelfth century writers refer to the excellence of Cheshire cheese, and at the time of the Civil War three hundred tons at £33 per ton were ordered in one year for the troops in Scctland.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /CHA_CHR/CHESHIRE.html   (4068 words)

 Chester and the Domesday Book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Chester, of course, was the hub of the whole county of Cheshire, in fact, the hub of the whole north west.
Gilbert was a palatine Baron to Hugh Lupus, held the barony of Kinderton in Cheshire.
For those interested in their local surnames in Cheshire, Lancashire, Wales and the north west you will notice that some well known surnames of Cheshire are already beginning in the Domesday Book to appear amongst the landholders such as Cook, Venables, Hunter, Mallbank or Millbank, Vernon, Burcy, Massey and Brassey(ie).
www.genealogyweb.com /Cheshire.htm   (2458 words)

 Black Poplar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In Cheshire the fl poplar survives at the north western limit of its range, however the old, scattered trees are no longer regenerating naturally.
Co-ordination of the Black Poplar project of the Cheshire region by CWT and Chester Zoo.
Cheshire County Council have continued to support the project inputting more fl poplar data onto a GIS (Geographical Information System) computer database and mapping program.
www.cheshire-biodiversity.org.uk /plant-blpoplar.htm   (1208 words)

 Cheshire Home
Cheshire Home is unique and our mission is to serve a younger population who will achieve a better quality of life with the help of our programs and services.
Cheshire Home is a licensed special-care facility for young, physically disabled adults with spinal cord injuries or neurological impairments, including cerebral palsy and spina biffida.
Cheshire Home offers mentally alert, physically disabled adults, skilled nursing care and supportive services, along with opportunities that foster independence.
www.cheshirehome.org   (349 words)

 Cheshire Community Church of Canandaigua - History
The Cheshire Community Church can trace its beginnings back to 1796 when the Cokesbury Chapel Methodist Episcopal congregation was organized north of Cheshire.
In 1926 the Union Church of Cheshire was reorganized as the Cheshire Community Church.
The church in Cheshire was strongly influenced by the group known as the "Christians." This group of ministers were very strong in the rural areas of western New York in the 1800's.
www.cheshire-church.com /history.shtml   (294 words)

 Cheshire Ireland
Cheshire Ireland provides supported accommodation, respite and community services to adults with physical disabilities.
The Cheshire ethos is one of supporting people in their individual choices as to how they lead theirlives.
We listen to people with disabilities and respond to their wishes and needs in ways that respect individuality and maximise opportunities for choice.
www.cheshire.ie   (100 words)

 Camelot Village: Britain's Heritage and History
The tourist attractions that Cheshire has to offer include salt mines and geologically rich copper workings which were worked from the Roman times right up until the 1920's.
Cheshire's local government: Cheshire County Council governs about half of the County of Cheshire under a two-tier system with six district councils: Chester, Crewe&Nantwich, Congleton, Ellesmere Port and Neston, Macclesfield and Vale Royal.
From the Wirral, a wedge of silted land between the rivers Dee and Mersey, the ancient boundaries of Cheshire swing up into a corner of the Peak District, some 60 miles to the west, and swoop down towards the Midlands, taking in rich farming land, manor houses and churches, mill towns and moors.
www.camelotintl.com /heritage/counties/england/cheshire.html   (895 words)

 About Cheshire Public Schools
The Cheshire Public Schools extends a warm welcome and a sincere invitation to all members of the Cheshire community, as well as to those who are considering a move to Cheshire, to visit our schools and to participate as an active partner for educational excellence.
The Cheshire Public Schools, in partnership with families and the community, will prepare students to meet the challenges of a changing, global society by providing high quality educational opportunities that inspire lifelong learning.
This is the official home page for the Cheshire Board of Education, Cheshire, CT. All others are not endorsed by the board and cannot be presumed to have official and reliable information.
www.cheshire.k12.ct.us /aboutcps/default.html   (251 words)

 Cheshire Company Profile - Offshore Investments and Savings from CGL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire Guernsey Limited (CGL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cheshire Building Society so you can be confident that your investment is secure.
Having a true global perspective, Cheshire Guernsey Limited's website is a means by which new and existing customers can keep up to date with developments in the offshore investment market.
Cheshire Building Society has a history of more than 135 years as a mutual building society and is the largest based in the North West of England.
www.cheshire-guernsey.co.gg /information/cheshire_profile.asp   (382 words)

 Cheshire County Council: Education And Learning Home
Arts Council England's Artsmark is a national award that recognises and rewards schools that have made a strong commitment to the full range of the arts.
Cheshire Connected Learning Community is a very useful source of information for all those with involvement in education in any way across Cheshire.
Universities in Cheshire - information on the two universities in Cheshire: Chester and the MMU sites at Crewe and Alsager.
www.cheshire.gov.uk /EducationAndLearning   (687 words)

 BBC - Travel News - Cheshire
Cheshire - Star Lane closed both ways at the A523 London Road junction in Macclesfield, because of roadworks.
Cheshire - Alderley Road closed out of town between the B5086 Knutsford Road junction and the A34 Alderley Road junction in Wilmslow, because of water main work.
Cheshire - Nun's Road closed northbound between the A483 Grosvenor Road junction and the A548 New Crane Street junction in Chester, because of roadworks.
www.bbc.co.uk /travelnews/local/cheshire.shtml   (380 words)

 Victims and Witnesses - Cheshire Constabulary
Julia Eeles, Area Director, Her Majesty's Courts Service, Cheshire: Persons interested in becoming a Magistrate can go online on the web at www.dca.gov.uk/magistrates or can call the recruitment free-phone hotline 0800 003007.
Before doing that they might want to visit their local Magistrates Court and observe the proceedings and decide whether that is a role they would want to try and fill.
The work of the LCJB affects the lives of everyone in Cheshire, Halton and Warrington, and changes to the "Victims Code" this month means its job is very much in the public eye.
www.cheshire.police.uk /show_external.php?pageid=27   (4525 words)

 Touring Caravan Park| Manor Wood Country Caravan Park Cheshire
The leading touring caravan park in Cheshire with first class facilities for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents in an exceptional area of beauty and tranquillity.
The Park sits neatly within the countryside and all the materials used to develop the park have been chosen carefully to blend in to the natural surroundings.
The view across the Cheshire Plain is enviable and the Welsh hills offer a superb backdrop for spectacular sunsets.
www.cheshire-caravan-sites.co.uk   (269 words)

 Cheshire Police Web Site
This year's Cheshire Constabulary and Cheshire Police Authority combined Annual Report will be delivered to every home in Cheshire, Halton and Warrington in September.
Cheshire Constabulary has started using dispersal orders to combat anti-social behaviour.
Cheshire Constabulary is committed to providing a fair and professional police service
www.cheshire.police.uk   (620 words)

 Cheshire County Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheshire County Council is a partner in the Cheshire Region Biodiversity Partnership and is also represented on the Countdown Steering Group.
Nine ecoscapes have been identified within Cheshire, defined by environmental conditions, each with distinct vegetation types and a predictable series of replacement plant communities.
The County Council is leading on the development and implementation of an ecological network in Cheshire.
www.cheshire-biodiversity.org.uk /partners-ccc.htm   (565 words)

 Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service : Home : Home Page
STAFF from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service are taking to the road this month as part of a new recruitment campaign.
Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service are keen to establish a residents' Consultation Panel as soon as possible and are therefore inviting residents from across Cheshire, Halton and Warrington to join the panel and regularly have their say.
The Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service Race Equality Scheme outlines how our policy of equal opportunity and access to services applies to all our customers, residents and employees - regardless of their ethnic background.
www.cheshirefire.co.uk   (444 words)

The 15-acre Cheshire Ground Water Contamination site in Cheshire has been leased by a number of tenants who have conducted various manufacturing processes.
The company leased the property to Valley National Corporation from 1966 to 1979 and to Cheshire Molding Co. from 1979 to 1980.
Cheshire municipal wells, serving 22,900 people, lie 2 miles southeast of the site.
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