Age group 10+. Starts during the Crusades then comes right up to present day. Themes promoting racial tolerance and strategy for dealing with bullying.
When Alured returns from the 3rd Crusade a knight, having been knighted for bravery at the seige of Acre by Richard Couer de Leon. He returns to his farm at Knypersley with a faithful Saracen servant called Hakim.
Unbeknown to Alfred, Hakim carries with him the Holy Grail, he has been charged by the Knights Templar to find a safe place to hide it in England.
Alured promotes Hakim to be Bailiff of Biddulph Moor and grants Hakim a plot of land still known to this day as Bailey's Hill.
Hakim hears the legend of Alderley Edge around the fire in Alured's Great Hall and decides that it would be an excellent place to hide the Grail, so he goes in search of the lost entrance to the cave.
Merlin reveals the secret of Alderley Edge to Hakim and gives him a unicorn medallion which will protect him and future generations.
The present day.
The Unicorn medallion is passed on until it comes into the possesion of Shariff an immigrant boy living in Macclesfield. He is suffering bullies at school. The bullies are defeated and the Legend of Alderley Edge is revealed to the boy.