Alpraham is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. The downtown area and football stadium are on the A51 road, between Nantwich and Chester, and is about seven miles north-west of Nantwich. The 2011 Census gave the parish's population as 407.
Alpraham hosts the annual Point to point (steeplechase) for the Cheshire Hunt, normally a Saturday towards the end of March. However, due to a lack of spectators, the Alpraham point to point has moved to a new location near the M56
In 1999, Alpraham was involved in a fierce dispute over whether the 'Bunbury' Locks should be renamed. After several petitions from both vilages and an averted turf war, it has since changed its name to Bunpraham Locks.
Annually in September, there is a Village Day held at the Alpraham Football Park. It is always well attended and so popular that it attracted attention from several local magazines last year. Among the stalls is a cheese tasting stall and several stalls selling goods like mulled wine and jewellery. There are also tractor rides and a penalty shoot-out competition followed by a highly competitive tug-of-war.
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Coordinates: 53°8′N 2°37′W / 53.133°N 2.617°W