Welcome to the Cheshire WikiProject, a collaboration area and group of editors dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of the UK county, Cheshire. We aim to provide complete coverage on subjects related to Cheshire, by creating, expanding, and maintaining articles on people, places, and things resident or native to, or located in Cheshire. We are also the project which maintains the Cheshire Portal.
- To improve all Wikipedia articles that are concerned with Cheshire, including its history, geography, people, constructions and buildings, establishments and customs so that as many as possible become Featured Articles.
- To maintain, improve, and expand the Cheshire Portal.
- Identify 'holes' or omissions in the coverage of Cheshire, and write new articles to remove them.
- All relevant articles should be included in the Category:Cheshire or one of its subcategories.
- Articles about all subjects related to Cheshire, including articles on people, places, and things resident or native to, or located in Cheshire.
- The Cheshire Portal - its maintenance, expansion, and updating.
- 1 Guidelines
- 2 Open tasks
- 3 Participants
- 4 Article alerts
- 5 Recognized content
- 6 Improving Articles
- 6.1 Articles up to becoming candidates for but not yet attaining Good Article (GA) status
- 6.2 Achieving Good article (GA) status
- 6.3 Peer review/Featured article (list) candidates (FAC/FLC)
- 6.4 Good topics
- 6.5 Article statistics
- 7 Did you know (DYK?)
- 8 Categories
- 9 External links
We shall try to follow the Wikipedia:Manual of Style for our articles.
The process of specifying open tasks is currently taking place on the project's talk page. Please feel free to join in.
We need to begin to assess all articles that fall within our remit. The new assessments sub-page is now accessible here and can provide guidance on how to do this.
|To-do list for Wikipedia:WikiProject Cheshire:|
We also need to work on all articles that are flagged as needing some kind of cleanup. To help us identify these, a subscription to an automated tool has been made. The output from this should be found on Wikipedia:WikiProject_Cheshire/Cleanup_listing once the bot has done its run. It is updated every few months.
- (talk) 21:46, 30 December 2006 (UTC) - all over, but probably Crewe and Nantwich and Congleton boroughs in greater detail. (Born in Crewe, lived in Haslington until 1961, then became an exile until I was retired, at which point, I became a near-exile in Stoke-on-Trent. Local History of Cheshire is a significant leisure activity now.)
- --SunStar Nettalk 02:46, 31 December 2006 (UTC)
- Pixie2000 10:23, 31 December 2006 (UTC)
- JFBurton 17:16, 17 January 2007 (UTC) - East Cheshire (Kettleshulme, Rainow)
- Richard B 13:29, 31 December 2006 (UTC) - particularly N.E. Cheshire.
- Regan123 - probably South Cheshire
- Phildav76 16:46, 31 December 2006 (UTC) - I designed the generic county template that is below.
- JimHxn - Maybe just Vale Royal but i'll see what i can do JimHxn 18:42, 2 January 2007 (UTC)
- (talk) 17:10, 20 November 2007 (UTC) - 'Born & Bred' in Chester City. Participated in celebration of Queen's Coronation with sandwiches and cakes in the Cattle Market in that summer of '53 (Ahhhhhh, the ambience ... the smell - always reminds me of royalty!)
- Salinae Middlewich, Salt etc.
- Peter I. Vardy 12:24, 18 January 2007 (UTC) NW Cheshire, local history, heritage, churches
- Bobo12345 11:07, 24 January 2007 (UTC)
- Nev1 15:25, 27 January 2007 (UTC)
- SportingNonsense 09:53, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
- Cosmopolitancats 13:05, 28 January 2007 (UTC) - various, including history and local government reorganisation issues
- RickCraig 15:52, 5 April 2007 (UTC) - North Cheshire; Warrington, Lymm and Villages
- Snowy 1973 23:32, 10 April 2007 (UTC) - NW Cheshire (particularly South Wirral)
- clogs - can expand entries in/around Chester, and intend to create a page for Caldy Nature Park
- Jamesb1 - would like to contribute wherever I can. I Would like to focus on building up the information about Cheshire schools.
- Alex Hayes 12:56, 8 June 2007 (UTC) North Cheshire; Warrington, Lymm and Villages
- Big Moira 01:12, 24 July 2007 (UTC) - West Cheshire, specifically Ellesmere Port and Chester
- Steve Farrell 11:52, 27 July 2007 (UTC) - would like to concentrate mainly on local history, and the Chester/Ellesmere Port area in particular.
- (RT) 22:48, 1 August 2007 (UTC) - most things to do with Cheshire; but especially building a comprehensive gazetteer of places and the political geography of the county.
- Mothball - Can cover most of Cheshire, will probably concentrate on Ellesmere Port/South Wirral/Chester and Crewe/Nantwich areas.
- Espresso Addict 05:00, 10 August 2007 (UTC) -- Nantwich area, particularly interested in listed secular buildings and SSSIs
- Pjbeef 11:53, 26 August 2007 (UTC) - Chester.
- Coolhawks88 18:09 31 August 2007-Prestbury or any other area that are open.
- Neil ム 10:06, 17 September 2007 (UTC) - Chester, mainly. I won't be contributing that much but will help out where I can. Also have access to lots of local government information. If anyone needs any admin tasks relating to the project fast-tracking, give me a shout.
- Sam Harrison 23:58, 18 September 2007 (UTC) Chester, particularly Christleton High School, Christleton and Hoole.
- Bs0u60d3 16:44, 29 February 2008 (UTC). I've lived in Warrington all my life, and will try and contribute to this great county wherever I can.
- Joopercoopers (talk) 15:41, 29 March 2008 (UTC) Architecture, photography, beer - based in south cheshire, but get over to chester, northwich etc. on regular basis - give me shout if you'd like anything photographing - I've just got a decent camera, so I'm keen to try it out...on everything.
- 安東尼 TALKies 15:16, 1 September 2008 (UTC) Hi I live and Study in Sandbach and have tried to Aid Navigation of Churches articles and will try to help articles in CBC
- ColdmachineTalk 23:49, 26 August 2008 (UTC)
- Floorhugger (talk) 21:57, 5 November 2008 (UTC) I will be concentrating on the Crewe and Nantwich areas.
- Phill talk Edits Review this GA review! 21:34, 18 March 2009 (UTC) Sandbach and the surrounding area. Specialise in railways and sport.
- --ScythreTalkContribs 20:26, 13 August 2009 (UTC) -- NW Cheshire.
- Southdunedain (talk) 21:02, 15 August 2009 (UTC) Cheshire County Council and SW Cheshire.
- Geopersona (talk) 22:28, 16 January 2010 (UTC) Now an exile but a long-term resident with an interest in the county's geology and geography amongst other things.
- TimMassey An exile from nearby Staffordshire, now been in Macclesfield 20 years. Started the Roads in Cheshire listing November 2010 as listed in the To Do Section.
- Cesdeva 13:00, 22 September 2013 (UTC)
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Jonathan Agnew • Adrian Boult • Neil Brooks • James Chadwick • John Douglas (architect) • Reginald Heber • Lindow Man • Little Moreton Hall • Manchester Ship Canal • Norton Priory • Joseph Priestley • Edmund Sharpe
Former featured articles
List of churches preserved by the Churches Conservation Trust in Northern England • Grade I listed churches in Cheshire • List of castles in Cheshire • List of church restorations, amendments and furniture by John Douglas • List of houses and associated buildings by John Douglas • List of new churches by John Douglas • List of non-ecclesiastical and non-residential works by John Douglas • Listed buildings in Runcorn (rural area) • Listed buildings in Runcorn (urban area) • Listed buildings in Widnes
A500 road • St Mary's Church, Acton • Adlington Hall • All Saints' Church, Runcorn • Ben Amos • St Mary's Church, Astbury • Beeston Castle • Bradwall • Thomas Brassey • Bridgewater Canal • Battle of Brunanburh • Sir John Brunner, 1st Baronet • Capesthorne Hall • Chester Canal • Chester Cathedral • Chester Rows • Cholmondeley Castle • Churche's Mansion • Djibril Cissé • Daniel Craig • Crewe Hall • Deva Victrix • Eaton Hall, Cheshire • Eddisbury hill fort • Rowland Egerton-Warburton • Gawsworth Old Hall • Halton Castle • Thomas Harrison (architect) • Jodrell Bank Observatory • Eddie Johnson (English footballer) • Margaret Ursula Jones • Lovell Telescope • Lyme Park • Levi Mackin • Maiden Castle, Cheshire • Middlewich • St Mary's Church, Nantwich • St Mary's Church, Nether Alderley • One Direction • Peak District • Peckforton Castle • Plegmund • River Weaver • Mark Roberts (footballer, born 1983) • Nick Robinson • Rode Hall • Battle of Rowton Heath • Runcorn • Tabley House • Robert Tatton • Alan Turing • Widnes • William Windsor (goat)
Did you know? articles
2–18 St Werburgh Street, Chester • 3–31 Northgate Street, Chester • A535 road • 9 Mill Street, Nantwich • 19–21 Sankey Street, Warrington • 30 Bridge Street, Chester • 31 and 33 Dee Banks, Chester • 39 Welsh Row, Nantwich • 78–94 Foregate Street, Chester • 116 Hospital Street, Nantwich • 140–142 Hospital Street, Nantwich • Acton, Cheshire • Addleshaw Tower • Thomas Aldersey • All Saints' Church, Runcorn • All Saints Church, Scholar Green • William Allen (banker) • Arley Hall • St Mary's Chapel, Arley • Bache Hall • Obelisk Commemorating Roger Barnston • Christ Church, Barnton • Bear and Billet • Bear's Paw Hotel, Frodsham • Bickerton Hill • Bishop Lloyd's House • Bluecap Memorial • Bonewaldesthorne's Tower • Booth Mansion • Thomas Brassey • Bridgemere • Tom Brittleton • Neil Brooks • Battle of Brunanburh • Statue of Sir John Tomlinson Brunner • Bunbury Agreement • Burleydam • Sarah Burton • Hall Caine • Capesthorne Hall • Carnegie Library, Runcorn • Catalyst Science Discovery Centre • James Chadwick • Chantry House, Bunbury • Cheshire West and Chester Council election, 2015 • Blue Bell, Chester • Chester Castle • Chester Cathedral • List of sections of Chester city walls and associated structures • Chester College Chapel • Chester Grosvenor and Spa • Chester Racecourse • Chester Roman Amphitheatre • Chester Rows • Chester Shot Tower • Chester Town Hall • Chester War Memorial • Chester city walls • Cholmondeston • Chorley Old Hall • Church of St. Cuthbert by the Forest • Churche's Mansion • Combermere Abbey • Disappearance of Rebecca Coriam • William Cotton (missionary) • Boer War Memorial, Crewe • Crewe Hall • Listed buildings in Crewe • Crewe War Memorial • Crown Hotel, Nantwich • Crypt Chambers • All Saints' Church, Daresbury • Daresbury (Mersey flat) • De laude Cestrie • Delamere Forest • Vin Denson • Arthur Dodd (Auschwitz survivor) • John Douglas (architect) • Cecil Duckworth • Dutton Horse Bridge • Eastgate and Eastgate Clock • Eddisbury hill fort • Monument to Captain John Francis Egerton • Rowland Egerton-Warburton • Englesea Brook Chapel and Museum • Equestrian Statue of Viscount Combermere • The Falcon, Chester • Forests of Mara and Mondrem • Four Counties Ring • Gamul House • Gaskell Memorial Tower and King's Coffee House • William Gaskell • God's Providence House, Chester • Andor Gomme • Great Budworth • Listed buildings in Great Budworth • Antony Grey • Grosvenor Bridge (Chester) • Grosvenor Museum • Grosvenor Park, Chester • Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 3rd Baronet • St Mary's Church, Hale • James Hall (historian) • Handbridge • List of works by Thomas Harrison • Henbury Hall, Cheshire • St John's Church, High Legh • Hockenhull Platts • Randle Holme • John Riley Holt • St Paul's Church, Hooton • Hospital of St Lawrence, Acton • Hospital of St Nicholas, Nantwich • Hough Hole House • Rosalind Howard, Countess of Carlisle • Edward Hubbard • Robert Spear Hudson • Samuel Huggins • William Huggins (animal artist) • Huxley Hoard • Ince Manor • Maria Elizabetha Jacson • Margaret Ursula Jones • Justice of Chester • Kelsborrow Castle • Libby Lane • Peter Leycester • List of castles in Cheshire • List of scheduled monuments in Cheshire (1066–1539) • List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Cheshire • Listed buildings in Dodcott cum Wilkesley • Listed buildings in Wrenbury cum Frith • Lower Huxley Hall • Lyceum Theatre (Crewe) • Lyme Caxton Missal • Lymm Hall • Listed buildings in Lymm • Macclesfield Castle • Christ Church, Macclesfield • Macclesfield Forest • Macclesfield War Memorial • Tommy Magee • Maiden Castle, Cheshire • Marbury, Cheshire • Marbury Hall, Anderton with Marbury • Mark II (radio telescope) • Mellor's Gardens • Ranulf le Meschin, 3rd Earl of Chester • Minshull Vernon • Statue of Ludwig Mond • 1–5 Pillory Street, Nantwich • 46 High Street, Nantwich • Nantwich Bridge • Nantwich Castle • Congregational Chapel, Nantwich • Crewe Almshouses, Nantwich • Nantwich Grammar School • Wesleyan Methodist Church, Nantwich • Widows' Almshouses, Nantwich • Nantwich Workhouse • National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port • New Cheshire Salt Works • Norcliffe Chapel • Holy Trinity Church, Northwich • Listed buildings in Northwich • Norton Priory • Oakfield Manor • Oakmere Hall • Oddfellows' Hall, Chester • George Ormerod • William Owen (architect) • Bryony Page • Parker's Buildings, Chester • Joseph Partridge (historian) • Gavin Patterson • Pawn Stars UK • Peckforton Castle • Peckforton • Peover Hall • Peover Hall Stable Block • Teresia Constantia Phillips • Phoenix Tower, Chester • St Peter's Church, Plemstall • Poole, Cheshire • Poole Hall • Lyceum, Port Sunlight • Port of Runcorn • Puddington Old Hall • Queen's Aid House • Ramsdell Hall • Regent and Warwick House • Rocksavage • John Romney • Rookery Hall • Round Tower Lodge • Bridgewater House, Runcorn • Runcorn Town Hall • Runcorn signal box • Katharine Russell, Viscountess Amberley • Saighton Grange Gatehouse • Saighton Grange • St James' and St Paul's Church, Marton • St John the Evangelist's Church, Weston • St Mary's Church, Widnes • St Mary's School, Eccleston • St Oswald's Chambers, Chester • St Werburgh's Mount, Chester • St John the Evangelist's Church, Sandiway • Sankey Valley Park • Shotwick Hall • Shrigley Hall • Siege of Chester • David Simpson (priest) • Snugburys • Sound, Cheshire • Sound Heath • Henrietta Stanley, Baroness Stanley of Alderley • Maude Stanley • Stanley Palace • Oliver Starkey • Statue of Richard Grosvenor, Second Marquess of Westminster • Statue of St Christopher, Norton Priory • St Lawrence's Church, Stoak • Sutton Tunnel railway accident • Sweetbriar Hall • Tabley House • Tarporley Hunt Club • Tatton Hall • Tegg's Nose • Arnold Thornely • Sophie Thornhill • Three Old Arches • Tollemache Almshouses • James Trubshaw • Viola Beach • Walmoor Hill • Warmingham • Holy Trinity Church, Warrington • Warrington Town Hall • Water Tower, Chester • Waverton school and schoolmaster's house • Robert Grosvenor, 1st Marquess of Westminster • Memorial to John Whitaker • Charles Wigg • Roger Wilbraham • Roger Wilbraham (MP) • Wilbraham's Almshouses, Nantwich • William Windsor (goat) • Winnington Hall • Boer War Memorial, Winsford • Ben Woodburn • Wrexham Road Farm, Eccleston • Wright's Almshouses, Nantwich
This entire section gives information about Cheshire-related articles as they progress from simple stubs into becoming Featured Articles with Featured Status. In general, articles should move down into later sub-sections, ending up in the "Featured articles" sub-section at the end. The methods that are used to assess articles are described in the next-but-one main section.
Articles up to becoming candidates for but not yet attaining Good Article (GA) status
This section deals with the creation of a basic article from simple stub via a short article into one which can be considered, with a little work, to become a candidate for Good Article (GA) status. Articles can be added at any stage in this sub-section. Once an article moves into a later sub-section (1.2 and beyond), it should never return to this one.
Please feel free to list your new Cheshire-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Main Page. The following articles have either been created or added to the Cheshire WikiProject recently:
Bot created list
This list was generated from these rules. Questions and feedback are always welcome! The search is being run daily with the most recent ~14 days of results. Note: Some articles may not be relevant to this project.
Note: The list display can now be customized by each user. See List display personalization for details.
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Recently expanded or substantially changed articles
Please feel free to list Cheshire-related articles here that you have substantially reworked or expanded. This could also include cases where you have added substantial citations and references to an article. This may help generate interest in articles and improve them further. Any such articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Main Page.
- Capesthorne Hall (1 July 2014) start: , finish: As of 8 July 2014
- Old Hall Hotel, Sandbach (22 June 2014) start: , finish:
- Cholmondeley Castle (18 December 2013) start: , finish: As of 18 January 2014
- Eccleston Ferry House (27 July 2013) start: , finish:
- Anchorite's Cell, Chester (3 July 2013) start: , finish:
- Combermere Abbey (28 March 2013) start: , finish:
- Belmont Hall, Cheshire (15 January 2013) start: , finish:
- John Crewe, 2nd Baron Crewe (13 December 2012) start: , finish:
- Rixton Clay Pits (8 October 2012) start: , finish:
- Nether Alderley Mill (4 March 2012) start: , finish:
Achieving Good article (GA) status
Articles listed here are either close to being nominated for Good Article (GA) status (), have been nominated, or have achieved Good Article status. Wikipedia:Good articles gives more information about this status for articles. The criteria an article has to meet or exceed for it to be given Good Article status can be read about here. The process by which an article is nominated for Good Article status can be found here. Good Article status can be viewed as a stepping stone to achieving Featured Article status.
Articles approaching Good Article standard
These articles should be judged to require only a relatively small amount of work before they can be nominated for Good Article status.
- none at this time
Good Article nominees
- none at this time
Peer review/Featured article (list) candidates (FAC/FLC)
- None at present
- none at this time
Below is a bot generated table of the assessment process of WikiProject Cheshire supported articles. The stats are generated automatically every 2-3 days, but they can be updated manually by entering Cheshire (and replacing Foobar) into the Category box here (or else here).
|Cheshire articles by quality and importance|
|WikiWork factors (?)||ω =12,577||Ω = 5.01|
Did you know (DYK?)
Eligible articles may only be up to 7 days old, of at least 1500 characters, or significantly expanded beyond 1500 characters in the last 7 days. They should also satisfy the requirements found here. You should follow the instructions, and then add the nomination in the correct format, and in the correct place.
The following articles have been proposed for the DYK? section of the main page.
- None at present
These are categories that are used to classify the articles for the benefit of end-users of Wikipedia.
These are categories that are helpful to the running and administration of the Cheshire WikiProject. They will (and should) appear on the talk pages of articles.