St Michael Church-Shotwick Village

Shotwick, United Kingdom

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SV11440501489 SV31440501489 SV41440501489 SV71440501485 SV81440501489 SV121440501499 SV101440501498 sv131440501500 Shotwick Village appears relatively untouched by modern life apart from the cars parked near the houses.  St. Michael’s is a medieval that stands on the site of a former ford across the River Dee which forms the border with Wales. There is one path to the left of the church that leads to the Deeside industrial park. I could not find any other path that would lead to burton & Neston

  

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