Bunbury is a village in East Cheshire England. It lies close to the Shropshire Union Canal and north west of Nantwich. There are in fact four old villages, which have combined to form the modern-day Bunbury. These are Higher Bunbury (centred around St Boniface Church and the Dysart Arms), Bunbury Heath, Lower Bunbury, and Bunbury Common. To the west lies Beeston Castle and to the north the popular Shropshire Union Canal. The village itself is one of those quintessentially English villages with its medieval church and village pub.
Beeston Castle: Beeston Castle, the 'Castle of the Rock' lies a mile to the west of Bunbury. The castle is famous for its spectacular views, which take in no less than eight counties on a clear day. From its lookout point at the top of a mighty crag, you can see from the Pennines all the way to the Welsh mountains. There are beautiful woodlands to explore around the castle, with wildlife trails for the children to follow, and even the chance to find the lost treasure of Richard II. With 40 acres of meandering trails through a woodland park, and 4000 years of history at the 'Castle of the Rock' exhibition it is a great day out in the Cheshire countryside. ....
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