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Friday 6 September 2019

Cheshire East Countryside Rangers Service shortlisted as an Everyday Superhero

Cheshire East Council’s countryside ranger service has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s everyday superhero awards in the category of active neighbourhood.

The awards, run by Active Cheshire, celebrate the achievements of those who help and inspire their community to develop regular active lifestyle habits. The ranger service has been shortlisted in recognition of their work in encouraging active lifestyles. 

The ranger service aims to develop, enhance and protect countryside sites within Cheshire East, while encouraging and promoting the use of the council’s outdoor recreational facilities.

Rangers manage and care for the many areas countryside including, woodlands, country parks, nature reserves and protected green spaces across the borough, along with many miles of trails.

These include the Gritstone Trail, Tegg’s Nose Country Park above Macclesfield, the Middlewood Way, visitor centres, such as Nelson Pit in Higher Poynton, local nature reserves, including Brereton Heath LNR and sites of special scientific interest, including Dane-in Shaw Pastures, Congleton and Lindow Common, Wilmslow.

The rangers also run a comprehensive programme of special events, country walks and even climbing experiences and outdoor fitness class including pram fit, in addition to an action packed schedule of activities to keep children active and exploring during the school holidays.

Councillor Nick Mannion, Cheshire East Council cabinet member for environment and regeneration, said: “I’m delighted that the ranger service has been shortlisted for this prestigious award, giving the opportunity to recognise the outstanding work carried out everyday to keep residents of Cheshire East active and outside, enjoying the beautiful open spaces that we have throughout the borough.

“The rangers are supported by volunteers, who deliver the equivalent of 1,200 days per year and we get around 1.8 million visitors to our sites, including Tatton Park.”

CEO of Active Cheshire, Anne Boyd said “Huge congratulations to all our finalists for this years’ Everyday Superheroes Awards, we have been overwhelmed with volume of incredible nominations from Cheshire and Warrington. The shortlisting process has been extremely difficult and challenging for our judges, filtering through hundreds of applications.”

The Active Cheshire awards take place on 25 September where winners will be announced on the night. For more information visit

The rangers run a large number of varied and interesting events throughout the year. For information and to sign up for a monthly email update containing all upcoming Ranger events visits,_culture_and_tourism/ranger_service/ranger_events/ranger_events.aspx

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