NEXT time you're taking a quiet country walk, be aware there may be all sorts of extreme sports going on just around the corner.
With a population of little more than 2,000, Tattenhall looks like the traditional countryside community with a post office, village hall and women's institute.
But behind the sleepy exterior is a fast-paced hive of youth activity.
Already renowned for the Boneyard skate park, the village's latest addition to the extreme sporting world is Ride The Hill's mountainboarding - an alternative to snowboarding without snow.
Started by husband and wife team Liz and Simon Packer to get their children off the PlayStation, the company has grown to have centres in England, Wales, France and Italy.
'We have three kids and they were all PlayStation addicts but now, when we get the mountain board out, they all want a go,' said Liz.
Opened last week, Ride the Hill Superbole Mountain Board Centre is in Harthill, near Tattenhall.
Mountain boarding, also known as all terrain boarding, combines the techniques of skateboarding and snowboarding and can be done in any weather.
It offers the thrill of extreme sports at a variety of levels accessible for everyone from absolute beginners to experts.
The new centre will provide everything riders need to get started, including instruction and equipment hire. It will also be available for group bookings.
Liz said: 'We are very excited to be opening our new Superbole Mountain Board Centre at Harthill. It is an excellent course.
'Mountainboarding is a great family activity that is affordable and accessible. You don't have to be an expert because we have instructors on hand to help out to make sure that everyone rides safely with the correct equipment and protection. 'Also, if you are looking for something different for your child's birthday party this is perfect - our instructors will look after the children for the duration of the party while you sit back and relax.'
Just 10 minutes down the road is the Boneyard skate park. Staff and members are hoping this new addition will help Tattenhall make a name for itself in terms of youth activity.
Boneyard manager Chris Bartley said: 'We are definitely going to support them and they will support us. If this works it may encourage others to invest in the area.'
Ride the Hill can be contacted on 01453 519113 or email@example.com