CHESHIRE groups are being urged to take part in English Heritage’s first national survey of the UK’s ‘Most Special Places’.
The group has asked local authorities to fill in a questionnaire for each Conservation Area they have, as part of its nationwide census.
Conservation areas in this county include Tattenhall, Middlewich town centre, Bridge Street in Warrington and Bollington Cross, Macclesfield.
The results will be announced and a campaign launched on June 23 to help councils, communities and residents care for these special places.
Dr Simon Thurley, chief executive of English Heritage, said: “Conservation Areas play a vital role in protecting the most important historic places in England from ill-considered change.
For details, visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/conservationareas.