Some may say Lymm, with its history, beautiful settings, local amenities, excellent schools and a heap of associations and sports clubs has it all. If you want to venture further afield take a look at a selection of surrounding towns, villages and cities. There is plenty to keep you occupied.
Altrincham is Trafford's largest town in Greater Manchester. Historically a market town, today it has a wide variety of independent and large chain retailers, an ice hockey rink home to Manchester Phoenix ice hockey team, golf club, two theatres, an awarding winning multi-screen cinema and much besides. Only a stone's throw away is Dunham Massey Hall, and Stamford Park.
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The peaceful, historic and rural Grappenhall village is situated alongside the Bridgewater Canal. The charming, romantic village has cobblestones running through, village stocks, an ancient Norman Church, a primary school and two pubs. Parts of the Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes were filmed in the centre of Grappenhall.
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The Charismatic Knutsford is considered both a civil parish and a town. Known for its countryside it is located in the heart of Cheshire, England - specifically the district of Cheshire East. The area is famous for its beautiful countryside and pretty towns and villages. Knutsford is a popular destination for eating out, with plenty of restaurants and bars.
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The picturesque Stockton Heath is an ever developing village located south of Warrington, Cheshire. A Roman road ran through Stockton Heath, along the route now known (appropriately) as Roman Road. Today it boasts urban benefits with a wide array of restaurants, bistros, pubs, traditional shopping together with designer boutiques for the discerning shopper.
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The smallest city in England, Thelwall with records dating back to the Anglo Saxon Chronicle in 923 AD is an ancient dwelling. During the summer, the residents of Thelwall host an event known as the Rose Queen. This has been running for over 50 years and features the biggest float parade in the area.
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Warrington with 18 civil parishes is the largest town and borough in the ceremonial county of Cheshire. In Roman times, Warrington was a centre of industry and was founded as a crossing place of the River Mersey for Roman soldiers to go north from their base at Deva (modern Chester). Today there is an array of culture ranging from museums, nightlife, sports clubs and associations for all.
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