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Shotwick Park is a civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. Located near the village of Shotwick, it is four miles north west of Chester and close to the Welsh border. The area is the location of the remnants of Shotwick Castle (grid reference SJ349704), built about 1093 by Hugh Lupus, 1st Earl of Chester.[1] By the 19th century, it was an extra-parochial place within the Wirral Hundred. The population was 25 in 1801, 13 in 1851, 8 in 1901 and 78 in 1951.[2] Shotwick Park is a rural residential area with communal amenities provided in the nearby village of Saughall. A small industrial estate development also exists at Shotwick Park. References ^ History of Saughall, Saughall & Shotwick Parish Council, http://www.saughall.gov.uk/Hist1.htm, retrieved 10 May 2007  ^ Cheshire Towns & Parishes: Shotwick Park, GENUKI UK & Ireland Genelaogy, http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/chs/shotwickpark.html, retrieved 18 September 2007  v • d • e Cheshire West and Chester Principal Settlements Chester • Ellesmere Port • Frodsham • Malpas • Northwich • Winsford Civil Parishes Acton Bridge  • Agden  • Aldersey  • Aldford  • Allostock  • Alvanley  • Anderton with Marbury  • Antrobus  • Ashton Hayes  • Aston  • Bache  • Backford  • Barnton  • Barrow  • Barton  • Beeston  • Bickley  • Bostock  • Bradley  • Bridge Trafford  • Broxton  • Bruen Stapleford  • Buerton  • Burton  • Burwardsley  • Byley  • Caldecott  • Capenhurst  • Carden  • Caughall  • Chester Castle  • Chidlow  • Chorlton  • Chorlton by Backford  • Chowley  • Christleton  • Church Shocklach  • Churton by Aldford  • Churton by Farndon  • Churton Heath  • Claverton  • Clotton Hoofield  • Clutton  • Coddington  • Comberbach  • Cotton Abbotts  • Cotton Edmunds  • Crewe by Farndon  • Croughton  • Crowton  • Cuddington  • Cuddington  • Darnhall  • Davenham  • Delamere  • Dodleston  • Duckington  • Duddon  • Dunham Hill  • Dutton  • Eaton  • Eccleston  • Edge  • Edgerley  • Elton  • Farndon  • Foulk Stapleford  • Frodsham  • Golborne Bellow  • Golborne David  • Grafton  • Great Boughton  • Great Budworth  • Guilden Sutton  • Hampton  • Handley  • Hapsford  • Hartford  • Harthill  • Hatton  • Helsby  • Hockenhull  • Hoole Village  • Horton by Malpas  • Horton cum Peel  • Huntington  • Huxley  • Iddinshall  • Ince  • Kelsall  • Kings Marsh  • Kingsley  • Lach Dennis  • Larkton  • Lea Newbold  • Lea-by-Backford  • Ledsham  • Little Budworth  • Little Leigh  • Little Stanney  • Littleton  • Lostock Gralam  • Lower Kinnerton  • Macefen  • Malpas  • Manley  • Marlston cum Lache  • Marston  • Mickle Trafford  • Mollington  • Moston  • Mouldsworth  • Moulton  • Neston  • Nether Peover  • Newton by Malpas  • Newton by Tattenhall  • Norley  • Northwich  • Oakmere  • Oldcastle  • Overton  • Picton  • Poulton  • Prior's Heys  • Puddington  • Pulford  • Rowton  • Rudheath  • Rushton  • Saighton  • Saughall  • Shocklach Oviatt  • Shotwick Park  • Shotwick  • Sproston  • Stanthorne  • Stockton  • Stoke  • Stretton  • Sutton  • Tarporley  • Tarvin  • Tattenhall  • Thornton-le-Moors  • Threapwood  • Tilston  • Tilstone Fearnall  • Tiverton  • Tushingham cum Grindley  • Upton by Chester  • Utkinton  • Waverton  • Weaverham  • Wervin  • Whitegate and Marton  • Whitley  • Wigland  • Willington  • Wimbolds Trafford  • Wimboldsley  • Wincham  • Winsford  • Woodbank  • Wychough Unparished Areas Chester • Ellesmere Port v • d • e Ceremonial county of Cheshire Cheshire Portal Unitary authorities Cheshire East • Cheshire West and Chester • Halton • Warrington Major settlements Alsager • Birchwood • Bollington • Chester • Congleton • Crewe • Ellesmere Port • Frodsham • Knutsford • Macclesfield • Middlewich • Nantwich • Neston • Northwich • Runcorn • Sandbach • Warrington • Widnes • Wilmslow • Winsford See also: List of civil parishes in Cheshire Rivers Bollin • Croco • Dane • Dean • Dee • Gowy • Goyt • Mersey • Weaver • Wheelock Topics History • Museums Coordinates: 53°14′N 2°58′W / 53.233°N 2.967°W / 53.233; -2.967 This Cheshire location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e