There's lots going on in Malpas!
MALFEST - Malpas Arts & Literary Festival
The Malpas Arts and Literary Festival is held every year in May. This year we met Monty Don and Professor Phil Redmond, enjoyed some wonderful music from The New Rope String Band and much more...
Hopefully the first of many fayres to be held in the village in July. Photos of the event in July 2013 can been seen here
Another first for Malpas. Come and find all the scarecrows in the village.
Annual rally of old and vintage machinery, vehilcles and including steam engines and classic cars.
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Come and discover the fascinating history of Malpas
Learn about the Roman road and find out who Æthelræd II was; see the line of motte-and-bailey castles that protected Cheshire's western border from raiders; visit the grounds of Cholmondeley Castle, whose owners can be traced back to William the Conqueror. Find out...
Why was Cheshire so strategically important during the civil war?
What is Malpas' gruesome secret past and what was the "Custom of Malpas".
Which foreign army was encamped in Cholmondeley Park during WWII?
Who managed to slay the child-devouring Malpas dragon?
Eating & drinking in Malpas
Malpas benefits from some lovely places to eat and drink. Choose from: A Table At Eatons Restaurant; Oakden's Wine Bar that offers food; The Red Lion and The Crown pubs; Grillworx grill takeaway; Huxley's Bakery and deli; Londis Post Office and Co-Op supermarket.
Shopping in Malpas
A range of shops including a barber,a hairdresser, a dog groomer, sewing and alterations and a bank.
Malpas also has free parking and free toilets.
Enjoy your time in beautiful rural Cheshire