Police are urging residents to continue to stick the rules after a large number of fines were issued in the first month of lockdown.
Since lockdown began on 4th January, a total of 685 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) have been issued by Cheshire Constabulary.
Over the last weekend alone (Friday 5th to Sunday 7th February) 116 FPNs were issued across the force.
Of this figure, 15 FPNs were issued following a party at an address in Alderley Edge which had been hired through an online booking site.
Officers attended the address at around 8.30pm on Saturday 6th February and spoke with a man who claimed everyone inside was from the same household.
On entering the property, officers found balloons, party banners and alcohol. It was clear that not everyone in attendance were from the same household and that this was a blatant breach of the lockdown restrictions.
Officers explained the lockdown rules to all those inside but some attempted to hide away in cupboards to avoid engaging with police.
Elsewhere, five fines were issued for a party at an address in Crewe, two fines were issued after people from different households were out without reasonable excuse in Widnes and three fines were issued following a gathering at a property in Warrington.
Assistant Chief Constable Jenny Sims said: "While the majority of Cheshire residents are abiding to the rules, there are still a minority who are bending and blatantly breaching restrictions which are in place to save lives.
"Officers are risking their own health to protect Cheshire residents from this deadly virus and when they are met by blatant and repeat breaches they will enforce without delay.
"There are many more people in hospital with the virus during this lockdown than at any time during the pandemic. This is why it is so important that people continue to stick to the regulations, we will only get through this health emergency by us all doing the right thing.
"We know that most residents have been incredibly supportive and have assisted our efforts by staying at home and only leaving for the few exemptions outlined by Government. For that, I thank you."