A Ceremonial county in England
- Cheshire is a ceremonial county in England.
- It is located betweenthe West Midlands and the North West.
- Its county town is the city of Chester.
- The largest town since county boundary changes in 1974 is Warrington.
- It is historically famous as a former principality and for the production of Cheshire cheese, salt, bulk chemicals, and woven silk.
- 81% of people are Christian], 19% did not identify with any religion or did not answer the question while 1% identified themselves as belonging to other major world religions.
- Crewe Alexandra is a league football team which plays in League One, and two Conference National teams, Stockport County and Macclesfield Town.
- Warrington Wolves are the premier Rugby League team in Cheshire and play in the Super League.
- Cheshire County Cricket Club is one of the clubs that make up the Minor counties of English and Welsh cricket.