Set up in 1977, the North West Film Archive preserves moving images made in or about Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside and Cumbria and offers a variety of access services to users in the public, academic and commercial sectors.
This film is part of Free
The treasures of Cheshire - so many reasons why we should value our countyside.
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From Tudor cottages to scrapyards, from stately homes to factories - rural life has its good and bad sides. This colour film record asks whether we take good care of the treasures of the Cheshire countryside. The narrator praises the quaintly historic aspects and positive developments in the area, and then rails against litter, dereliction and bad planning decisions, which blight the landscape.