Chester has some real characters — try Calum [pictured above at cigar shop Turmeaus].
I’ve been helping to uncover some of them recently with a series of guest blog posts for the Chester Growth Partnership.
It’s a copywriting job with plenty of journalistic research and a touch of personal blog-post-style experience.
Over autumn I’ve interviewed some key figures from the Chester foodie scene, experts in property and uncovered offbeat ideas for Christmas shopping on a tour of the Rows.
It’s been great, in particular, to celebrate the independent shops and small business that make the city special.
The content is hosted on the blog but also shared through the Marketing Cheshire social channels — look out for my stories on Facebook and LinkedIn.
The full set of guests posts is as follows. Look out for more in the new year.
Eat, drink and be merry: Chester’s foodie revolution
Could the future of Chester be more Blade Runner than black and white
Medieval cellars, an adult creche and German sausages — that’s how to celebrate Christmas in Chester
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