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English: Haslington is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It was originally situated on both sides of the section of the A534 road that links Crewe with Sandbach. However, this road has now been re-routed to bypass the village to the north-west. It is approximately two miles (three kilometres) east of Crewe, and four miles (six and a half kilometres) from Sandbach. The village is a close neighbour to a number of small towns and villages (including Alsager, Wheelock, Winterley), and is approximately six miles (nine kilometres) from the Elizabethan market town of Nantwich.


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