Country Parks and Ranger Service

The main aim of the Ranger Service is to develop, enhance and protect our countryside and urban sites within Cheshire East, while encouraging and promoting the proper use of the Council’s outdoor recreational facilities.

These webpages are designed to give you an overview of the many sites you can visit, and the events and activities we have scheduled for the year ahead across Cheshire East.

Events programme 2014

Looking for activities and events in the parks and greenspace of Cheshire East for the year ahead? The Countryside Ranger Service event listings for 2014 can be found on our Ranger events web pages and on the Countryside Ranger Service Facebook page . The latest news about our events programme can be found on our Google+ and Twitter pages.

You can also sign up to our FREE monthly email newsletter to get the listings delivered straight to your inbox every month.

Send us your feedback

If you have recently attended one of the Ranger Service events or visited one of the sites we manage, we really want to hear from you. Please help us to improve our sites and events by completing our two web-based surveys.

Countryside Ranger Service events questionnaire. By completing this short questionnaire you are helping the Countryside Ranger Service to monitor and improve events and guided walks.

Country Park Satisfaction Survey. If you have recently visited one of the many sites we manage across Cheshire East, please give us your feedback by completing this short, 5 minute, survey. We appreciate your help.

Focus on... Lindow Common SSSI

Lindow Common is one of only a few small areas of lowland heath in Cheshire and consequently it is an extremely rare and important habitat and is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Lindow Common SSSI

Cheshire East Rangers on Facebook

You can now 'like' the Cheshire East Ranger Service on Facebook. Please note that all links open in a new window.

Latest Tweets from the Cheshire East Rangers

For the latest news and information, follow the Cheshire East Council Ranger Service on Twitter. For those unable to use Twitter, the latest information from the Twitter Feed is displayed on this page. Please note that all links open in a new window.