The mornings are certainly chillier and the evenings drawing in and tomorrow is officially the start of Autumn. I have taken out my summer bedding plants and replaced with winter pansies and heathers and in the next few weeks I will planting my snowdrops and daffodils bulbs.
For those of you who are looking for a late break don't let the thought of autumnal weather put you off. There is still so much to do in our area and there is nothing better than wrapping up and taking a walk along the canal towpaths and through the woods surrounding Foxes Field.
Events in the next couple of months - Cholmondeley Castle are holding their annual festival and Cheshire Conker Championships on October 27th, the Foodie Festival at Tatton Park is on between the 15th and 17th November and an Antiques vintage and collectors fair is on at at Holmes Chapel on the 27th October.
For a great night out you can book a ticket to see one of the many shows at Nantwich Civic Hall or Crewe Lyceum Theatre.
Nantwich are playing host to recently reformed Lindisfarne on the 17th October and Turin brakes on the 19th October whilst Crewe Lyceum are hosting The Chicago Blues Brothers, Frank Skinner and A celebration of Opera - to name just a few - so something for everyone.
So lots to see and do still and what better way to round off your day than a visit to one of our local pubs with their roaring log fires and scrumptious Autumn menus.