Bolesworth Investment Company

Plans have been submitted to repurpose a historic Cheshire building, which was most recently used as a cookery school, into a leisure destination with a restaurant which would bring "significant investment to the economy".

Bolesworth Investment Company is behind the application, which is seeking permission to change the use of the former Harthill Cookery School into a food and drink venue.

The building dates back to the early 1800s but has lain vacant since the school's closure in 2020.

Alongside the hospitality element, the proposal outlines plans to create an accessible walking trail with interpretive areas and a play area.

An existing unmarked car park will also be replaced with a 59-space car park, including four disabled spaces and four electric vehicle charging points.

To breathe new life into the building, a 1960s extension would be demolished and replaced, while external works will make way for outdoor seating in patio areas.

Read more at: Insider Media

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