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Alsager

Alsager is a small Town with a big personality. Situated within Cheshire yet close to the Staffordshire border the area offers a wide range and variety of properties, many with incredible views of surrounding countryside. The Town Centre offers good shopping facilities and a plentiful choice of eateries, local bars and pubs. There are beautiful parks to stroll through and a central lake, known as The Mere, with tranquil viewing areas to enjoy. Nearby canal-side walks, rail-trail footpath, Mow Cop Castle and Little Moreton Hall are all local high lights to explore.

We see many people moving into Alsager from the surrounding areas for the excellent local schools which have great reputations at primary and secondary levels. Highfields, Cranberry, Excalibur, St Gabriels and Pikemere all feed up to Alsager High School. Further Education at Cheshire College South and West is a popular choice just a few miles away in Crewe – for A levels, apprenticeships and adult courses.

Alsager is a growing Town with a keen focus on community, you will find groups of like-minded people of all ages. From toddler groups to exciting U3A activities along with many sports including football, swimming, climbing, golf, tennis and cricket to get involved with. Alsager Roundtable helps to host music and food festivals, carnivals, weekly markets and wait until you witness our famous closed roads Christmas lights switch on! We have our own Leisure Centre and the Civic Centre hosts events including cinema showings and live music.

Extremely well placed for the M6 J16/J17and A500 to access the main motorway network, Alsager is in a prime position for commuters travelling to Manchester, Crewe, Stoke and further afield. Alsager train station also links to Crewe and Stoke for connections nationwide including direct to London and Birmingham. Local bus services are provided around the Town for easy public transport options. 

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Crewe

One of the largest Cheshire towns, best known as a centre of the railroad industry and recently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK outside of London due to affordability, employment, amenities, schools, internet connectivity and accessibility to public transport, it is fair to say Crewe is on the rise!

This railway town is home to Crewe works, for many years a major railway engineering facility for manufacturing and overhauling locomotives and now comes the exciting proposal of HS2. Originally the home of Rolls Royce, the factory is now operated by Bentley Motors which is one of the major employers within the town. East of Crewe is Crewe Hall a Jacobean mansion built for Sir Randolf Crewe between 1615-36 currently used as a hotel. It is also home to Crewe Alexandra football club, aptly known as the Railwaymen! There are many local attractions such as a speciality museum, Crewe Heritage centre, take a show at the award winning Lyceum theatre and of course stroll around the Renowned Queens Park, a traditional Victorian park restored to its former glory. Access in and out of Crewe is enhanced not only by the mainline railway station but also access to the M6 motorway at junction 16 or 17. Both the historical towns of Nantwich and Sandbach are a short distance away.

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Newcastle

Newcastle-under-Lyme is a flourishing historical market town situated in North Staffordshire. Nestled in beautiful countryside and moorlands, with only a short drive to the stunning Peak District National Park. Newcastle benefits from a vast array of amenities that are centrally located to all the surrounding residential areas.

In the town centre is Lymelight Boulevard, which houses a cinema, laser tag, bowling, escape rooms, an arcade. The town’s cultural attractions are the New Vic Theatre, which is Europe’s first purpose-built theatre in the round and the vibrant and picturesque Queen’s Garden. The town centre is constantly evolving with a wide variety of restaurants, gastro bars and real ale pubs that are sure to accommodate any occasion. There is access to a range of major supermarkets, high street shops and small independent businesses located on the high street and in The Barracks. Within close proximity of the town centre is a swimming bath, a range of fitness centres, local sports teams and golf courses. Stoke City Football Club is only down the road and the renowned Alton Towers Resort is 40 minutes away. Another attraction close by is the impressive Trentham Estate and gardens which has been awarded a Gold Accolade by Visit England in 2015, 16 and 17.

The surrounding residential areas have excellent travel and commuting links with close access to the M6 at J15, J16. The A50, A500 serves the surrounding areas to the northwest and south east of the county. The A34 trunk road runs through the town to the north and south of the county. A large bus station is centrally located that provides public transport connections to the rest of Newcastle and Stoke-on-Trent.

Newcastle is an academic town with 6 Primary and 2 Secondary schools in the area currently rated outstanding by Ofsted including a vast array of highly reputable primary and secondary phase schools. Moreover, Newcastle is host to two further education institutions being Newcastle College and the highly ranked and esteemed Keele University. Making it an ideal location for families.

Whatever you need, Newcastle-under-Lyme is ideal for working professionals and families alike.

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Sandbach

Sandbach is a thriving South Cheshire market town with historical monuments dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Day to day essentials are easily accessible, with a range of speciality shops including bakers, grocers, delis, restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, Waitrose, florists and fashion shops. On Thursdays a popular traditional Elizabethan street market extends into the Town Hall. There is also a Farmers Market every second Saturday of the month on the cobbled square.

Excellent travel and commuting links are provided by; quick access to the M6 Motorway junction 17, Sandbach railway station provides good links to Manchester, frequent trains from Crewe mainline railway station link Cheshire to London in 2 hours and Manchester International Airport is within a 40 minute drive. An ideal choice for the busy commuter.

Local schools are held in high repute, many families move into the area with this in mind.

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