Church Minshull is a typical Cheshire village complete with the 'chocolate box' black and white Tudor timbered houses for which the county is renowned and the centre is a designated Conservation Area.
The parish is home to a number of small businesses, an historic Queen Anne church, a busy village hall and a wonderful pub/restaurant.
The community of Church Minshull lies in the River Weaver Valley in the unitary authority of Cheshire East with the population spread roughly equally between the small village centre and properties located around surrounding lanes and main access routes from Nantwich, Crewe and Winsford.
2011 Census information
The next set of figures will be from the 2021 census.
Population — increase 3% expected for Cheshire East overall over the next 6 years.
ONS (or 4 % from 2014-2024).