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History: Further Reading

Cuddington and Sandiway  - R.M.Bevan; privately published 1975.

Cuddington and Sandiway: The History of Two Cheshire Villages - The Local History Group, edited by Frank Latham 1975.

Cuddington Vale - Robert Carstairs published by The Society for the Preservation of Rural Cuddington.

Cuddington and Sandiway - a collection of old photographs, R.M.Bevan, Cheshire Country Publishing, 1986. ISBN: 0949001015

Cuddington in Weaverham - Township Pack No.51 published by Cheshire County Council 1995.

Cuddington and Sandiway 2000 - R.M.Bevan published by Cheshire Country Publishing 2000.

John  Douglas - Roger King, published by Northwich and District Heritage Society.

Local Walks around Sandiway and Cuddington - Produced by Cuddington Parish Council © 2012 - Click Here for further reading

The Story of Delamere House and Delamere Park - A.D.Coxhead and R.M.Bevan, CC Publishing 2008.

A Brief History of Cuddington & Sandiway Playing Fields and its New Village Hall - Roger King 2010, presented to attendees of the grand opening of the hall - Click Here for further reading

William Horner and his Creamery - Jill E. King, CC Publishing 2012.

The following book has been recently published:
The Notables of Cuddington, Sandiway and Delamere Park - by Jill King, published in November 2016 by CC Publishing
     - focuses on a number of village residents, both past and present, who have made a difference to the world beyond our village
     - Click Here for more details.

Also recently released are the following free publications:
'Marvellous Days Out', published by the Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership. Wonderfully illustrated with watercolours and period posters - Cuddington Station is on the front. Available from local stations.  Press Here for more information on the booklet, including Rail Walks in Cheshire West.

'The Ridge: Rocks and Springs - a sandstone legacy' published by the Sandstone Ridge Trust 2017. This substantial and excellently produced 131 page book is a must for those with an interest in local heritage. Available from libraries and information Centres or the Trust's website.  Press Here for more information.