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Bradwall Parish Council and Bradwall Village Hall, Bradwall, in the beautiful South Cheshire countryside are located within the unitary authority area of Cheshire East Borough Council and UK parliamentary constituency of Congleton (the Bear Town). The village is near to the historic market town of Sandbach, with its Saxon Crosses and cobbled market square, Holmes Chapel and the roman town of Middlewich, and where the Middlewich branch of the Shropshire Union canal joins the Trent and Mersey canal. Junction 17 of the M6 is about 2 miles away and Sandbach Rugby Union Football Club (RUFC) is literally just up the road. Bradwall is host an Annual Horse Trials Event and is the base of Willis’s Drainage Company, Carbutts Turf at Pewitt Hall Farm and Fields Farm Fisheries and Turkey Farm.