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Churchill is a civil parish and village in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. According to the United Kingdom Census 2011, churchill has a population of 679, up from 664 at the 2001 UK census. In 1841 it had a population of 1,400. In 1870 there were 388 houses in Churchill with an average size of 7 rooms each. In 2013 some new housing developments have been built which more than doubles this number – but on a small scale only compared with its bigger neighbours Northwich and Chester.. Since 2007 some new mansions have been built on some vacant land near Chester Zoo which are potentially very large dwellings taken out by wealthy people who want to own their own piece of property whilst living nearby. There are also many local buildings bought up for commercial development such as old shops converted into flats or businesses taken over for conversion – little else can be seen except several blocks built between 2006-2007 along Pemberton Road (A6). Thomas Hardy lived here during his early years in Barton-on-the-Heath before moving to Dorset in 1874 where he died shortly afterwards. He was commissioned to redesign the interior fittings at All Saints Church after they were damaged during an air raid in 1940 although it has since undergone extensive restoration work with further investment including the creation of gardens around it by Sir Peter Nichols AC CBE FRSL PDSA FRGS FSA FLSW (