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Mr Wood

01538 754780


Consall Nature Reserve,
Nr Cheadle,
Staffordshire Moorlands,
ST10 2DQ


Consall is an area of natural beauty hidden in a particularly deep section of the Churnet Valley, downstream from Cheddleton within the Staffordshire Moorlands. It has a designated nature reserve and the Caldon Canal & Churnet Valley Steam Railway run through it.

The village is very popular with walkers and boaters and has a pub. To fully appreciate the area why not take one of the self-guided walks available, in particular the 'Churnet Country' walk.

Picnic site

Children welcomeDogs accepted



See location of Consall on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SK 001472  Lat: 53.02208 Long: -1.99994

From Buxton & Stoke-On-Trent, take the A53, heading for Leek. From Ashbourne & Macclesfield take the A523 and head into Leek. Once in Leek, head on the A520 (signposted to Stone & Stafford) follow this road until you reach Wetley Rocks, just after the petrol station, turn left and follow the road for 100 yards, where on your left is a turning, sign posted to Consall. Follow this road into Consall.

Parking: free


  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted
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