There is more to Chester than just history and heritage.Chester’s fiesta of festivals includes film, music, literature and folk.Come and enjoy one of the many outdoor events in Cheshire, there is everything from pop concerts at Delamere Forest to the UK's most dynamic Motorsport event set in the beautiful grounds of Cholmondeley Castle to Creamfields near Warrington, Britain's biggest techno dance festival.
KNIGHTS BACHELOR Professor Timothy John Besley, CBE.
Later in the year you can enjoy a visit to Goosfest, a popular festival of poetry, comedy, folk music and photography, or if you prefer the great outdoors, come and take part in Bollington Walking Festival, the perfect way to experience the stunning countryside of Cheshire's Peak District.
There are festivals here for the family, the foodie, the music lover and even the dog!
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