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The Village

Eccleston together with Aldford and Saighton late are villages on the estate of the Duke of Westminster, the Eaton Estate.
Eccleston, several times voted one of Cheshire's best-kept villages, has riverside walks along the meadows to Chester and by the wilder wooded banks upstream through an atmospheric and historic landscape.

A beautiful and interesting little village, all the houses in Eccleston have a neat and unostentatious appearance, many of which were designed by John Douglas, a well known Chester architect in the late 19th century.

Typical of the Eaton village estates are the twisted chimneys, windows with diamond panes and even diamond brick inlay in many of the cottage walls.
About 400 inhabitants form the population of Eccleston parish, 300 of whom are of the village.

Eccleston Village Hall

The Village Hall is available for hire for Family Celebrations, Children’s Parties and Wedding Receptions. Enquiries from Clubs and Groups are welcome.

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Brain Rehabilitation

Since 2008 the registered charity The Brain Rehabilitation and Development Centre has been based in The Old Coach House at Eccleston

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