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Things to do in Farndon, Cheshire

Farndon Dee Bridge, Farndon © Dale Miles

Farndon is a Cheshire village close to Wales. The church of St Chad is in the centre of the village and worth a visit, look out for the 'Civil War window' dating from 1662. The village has two pubs, 'The Farndon' dating from the 16th century, originally called 'The Raven' and 'The Greyhound'.

The bridge across the river Dee forms the boundary between England and Wales; over the years due to boundary changes Farndon has been included in both countries; at the moment it is in Cheshire, England.

The village is a lovely place to wander round; there are some lovely cottage gardens to admire. The riverside is a good place to relax and watch the world go by. Take a picnic and drink in the view. Holt and Wrexham beckon and beyond the river is Wales!

Description by Margaret Holbrook

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