We were looking forward to visiting this site due to its location in Cheshire, so we tried it for just one night in anticipation of staying there for longer visits in the future. But we were very disappointed and will not return. Firstly, we felt unsafe. Our opinion was that that the spacing between outfits must have been less than the Club guidelines as we felt really cramped and at risk in case of a fire in the adjacent outfit. Luckily we have a motor mover otherwise there's no way we could manoeuvre our caravan in the cramped space. The concrete caravan standings looked hard and environmentally unkind for a rural site! At first appearance the toilet facilities looked plush, however there were no private wash cubicles and no apparent notice of cleaning times. Toilet rolls were missing in the loos and there was only one sink plug available for the dishwashing sinks. There appeared to be no dog walk on site as stated in the Club handbook, however we found an unsigned path in an adjacent field to use. There was dog mess on site, which had been trodden on and driven through! And all the rubbish (recycling, waste and dog poo) had to go in the same bin! In the Club handbook this site is marked with a butterfly symbol which is supposed to mean that it's quiet, however we were well aware of the traffic noise from the adjacent main road and the M6 during our stay. We read that the site had won a David Bellamy award but could not see any justification for this. The one positive to mention was that the Reception area was nice but a little OTT as it was more like a hotel reception area.