Willington, Cheshire

Willington, Cheshire

Willington, Cheshire

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Willington is a village and civil parish, about from Chester, in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England.

The placename means "village of a woman called Winflǣd", from the Old English personal name Winflǣd + tun "farm, village". The name was recorded in the Domesday Book as Winfletone, and as Wynlaton in the 12th century.

The village contains a public house (The Boot), a farm shop

The Boot Inn

The Boot Inn occupies a row of red-brick and sandstone cottages that were built in 1815. Behind the pub is Boothsdale, also known as 'Little Switzerland', accessible by a well-used footpath.

Willington Hall

Willington Hall was built in 1829 by the Nantwich architect George Latham.



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