Although England has now entered Step 4 and Covid 19 restrictions are being lifted today, we are going to continue to play our part in keeping our community, customers and staff as safe as possible as cases continue to rise and we are still in the third wave of this pandemic in the UK.
Blakemere Village will still operate with certain restrictions in place and we ask all our customers to exercise discretion and caution at busy times by implementing good social distancing; some of our shops are still limiting the number of people in their premises at any one time to assist with social distancing. We will continue to request that you wear a face mask while in our shops and attractions and whilst moving around in our eateries. Hand sanitiser will continue to be available throughout our site and we will continue to wipe down touch points regularly throughout the day.
Please remember that when on site there may be vulnerable or more cautious people around you and we respectfully ask that you value everyone’s individual needs as we aim to move away from the restrictions.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you all soon to enjoy a great day out and support local.
Blakemere Village is family-run attraction, home to a unique collective of independent shops and activities, including Segway and award-winning Birds of Prey experiences, a craft workshop, children’s trails, plus food and drink outlets, all set in the heart of Cheshire. The village is free to enter and offers free parking.
Blakemere Village hosts the popular annual Gin & FizzFest as well as the Magical Woodland outdoor experience with dazzling lighting and supreme sound in the depths of Cheshire woodland. It is also home to the Blakemere Touring Park, winner of Best Camping, Glamping and Holiday Park in Cheshire in 2019 as well as a brand new luxurious collective of holiday homes and lodges at Blakemere Holiday Park with some still available for purchase.
Our chosen charity for 2021 is Petty Pool, based next to us in Sandiway, Northwich. This brilliant charity that was set up in May 1981, and consists of Petty Pool Vocational College, which provides education and training for young people with learning disabilities, and Petty Pool Outdoor Centre, providing personal development through adventurous activities, many of whom help with our events throughout the year.