Hatherton

Settlement in Cheshire

England

Where is Hatherton?

The Boar's Head, Walgherton
The Boar's Head, Walgherton Credit: Alexander P Kapp

Hatherton is a small village located in the county of Cheshire in England. Situated approximately 3 miles south of Nantwich, it has a population of around 500 residents. The village is surrounded by picturesque countryside and offers a peaceful and rural setting.

Hatherton has a rich history, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Bronze Age. The village is known for its historic buildings, including the Grade II listed St. Luke's Church, which dates back to the 18th century. The church features beautiful stained glass windows and a peaceful churchyard.

In terms of amenities, Hatherton has limited facilities. There is a local pub, The Leopard, which serves as a hub for the community and offers a welcoming atmosphere. Additionally, the village has a small primary school, providing education for the local children.

The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities, such as walking, cycling, and horse riding. Many visitors and locals enjoy exploring the nearby Hatherton Lake, which offers a tranquil spot for fishing and birdwatching.

Hatherton is well-connected to nearby towns and cities. The village is a short drive from Nantwich, which offers a wider range of amenities, including shops, supermarkets, and leisure facilities. The M6 motorway is also easily accessible, providing convenient links to other parts of Cheshire and the wider region.

Overall, Hatherton is a charming village with a rich history and beautiful countryside surroundings, making it an attractive place to live or visit for those seeking a peaceful and rural setting.

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Images are sourced within 2km of 53.02896/-2.4786429 or Grid Reference SJ6748. Thanks to Geograph Open Source API. All images are credited.

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Hatherton is located at Grid Ref: SJ6748 (Lat: 53.02896, Lng: -2.4786429)

Unitary Authority: Cheshire East

Police Authority: Cheshire

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