30 march

Cheshire is made of stories...

The story of our very own Magna Carta, the story of the nation’s first named cheese, the story of shaping Britain’s industrial revolution and how salt built a county; the story of looking to the stars to discover the wonders of the universe; the stories of sporting greats, musical legends, and the stars of stage and screen; the tale of a girl falling down the rabbit hole to find Wonderland; all have shaped Cheshire into a county we’re proud to be a part of.

What's your Cheshire story?

We all have a Cheshire story to tell, so this Cheshire Day is about sharing them. We want you to share your Cheshire stories: to share why you call Cheshire home, your fondest memories, your favourite things to do, some fascinating history, what makes you proud to be here in Cheshire.

Having all of this gorgeous space to explore with this little one! #CheshireDay

Need some inspiration?

We want you to tell your Cheshire story. Share yours using #CheshireDay. Need inspiration? How about telling the world…

  • What you love most about Cheshire
  • Your favourite Cheshire memory
  • Why you love living here
  • Your favourite places to go
  • What made you fall in love with Cheshire

tell your story and

Win unmissable prizes

Plus, if you submit your Cheshire story via the #CheshireDay portal you'll be in with a chance to win unmissable Cheshire prizes from meals out and unforgettable experiences to spa days and overnight stays!

The Ultimate Cheshire Prize

Submit your story via the Cheshire Day portal and you could win:

The Ultimate Chester Prize

Submit your story via the Cheshire Day portal and you could win:


  1. By submitting your story you consent to allowing Marketing Cheshire to use this data as part of their work in promoting Chester & Cheshire.
  2. Images and video: By submitting video and images you consent to Snapsea and Marketing Cheshire’s usage rights. We may use this (with attribution) in digital and print campaigns, including, but not limited to, social media, websites, digital marketing campaigns, and print materials.
  3. To enter the competition you MUST enter a story in text form via the Cheshire Day Portal. We will not accept entries with no text.
  4. The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 16 April 2023. Stories submitted after this date will not be accepted.