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Sunday, March 4, 2012

The Meadows Chester

The Meadows (aka Earls Eye) on the south side of the River Dee in Chester is an area of open heath-like ground popular with dog walkers, horse riders, cattle, joggers and people just chilling out.

The Meadows is accessible by crossing Old Dee Bridge and turning left along Queen's Park Road and Queen's Drive. The more southerly entrance is via Meadows Lane and Bottoms Lane.

Looking out over The Meadows in Chester across the River Dee

The Meadows in Chester is one among the number of Chester's attractions including The Cross, Dewa Roman Experience, Chester's Roman Amphitheater, St John's Church, the Meadows, Grosvenor Park, Chester Cathedral, the River Dee and the Rows.

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