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Cheshire is famous due to the chemical industry. It was dated back during the Roman era. The salt mining is very important for the industry in Cheshire. The locations of salt mining are in Northwich and Middlewich. Due to the presence of salt mining, the chemical industry in Cheshire flourishes.Is Cheshire in the Midlands?
Officially Cheshire is now part of the North West region. The largest Midlands conurbation, which includes the cities of Birmingham and Wolverhampton, is approximately covered by a metropolitan county (which also includes Coventry) also called the West Midlands. Thus, there are two West Midlands, a Region and a (smaller) County.Why do Cheshire cats Grin?
The Cheshire Cat Grin is an expression made by a Trickster who's up to something, and "something" never bodes well for the person they are smiling at. Usually, it involves their total humiliation — occasionally it involves mortal danger.Are Cheshire cats real?
So the cat in the idiom Grinning like a Cheshire Cat is not a real cat, but the figure that was found on cheese. Although the idiom has been around for several centuries, it was the author of Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll who made it famous.