With hundreds of years of history and character there's something to cater for all ages and interests in Lymm. Small enough to explore on foot, yet large enough to be inspiringly entertaining, the traditional village is full of superb 21st century delights. Whether it's shopping, sightseeing, culture or food and drink you seek, Lymm is by no means a village lacking entertainment with all its fantastic things to do and see. The compelling village can quietly turn an ordinary day out into a wonderful adventure.
With a thriving restaurant community including both the traditional public house and various international cuisines you are spoilt for choice where to go out and eat in Lymm Village. Quality local produce is available from shops, butchers, bakers and the weekly market, whilst it is also used in many of the pubs and restaurants. With a mouth-watering selection of menus of delicious cuisines, whatever your taste or budget, you can expect great food and superb service.
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Thanks to Lymm's easily accessible location, there's a variety of local attractions to choose from for a fun day out. Whether its family fun at an adventure park or testing your skills on the ski slopes, you can be sure to find an activity to suit your fancy only a short trip away.
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Playing a big part in the sense of community that Lymm possesses has to be the large host of festivals and events held throughout the year. From festive traditions dating back hundreds of years to recently established charity events (involving a lot of ducks!) Lymm features an array of occasions giving it its unique village character and welcoming charm.
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With many of the Lymm attractions just a short distance away, the village is packed with some impressive sights. The glorious surroundings of Lymm Dam make for a wonderful walk whilst the paths down the Bridgewater Canal allow you to witness some of the beautiful countryside. With several parks and woods close by why not plan a summer stroll or pack a picnic and enjoy one of the many performances or concerts that play in the stunning garden setting.
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A designated conservation area, Lymm Village centre is notable for its historic buildings and landmarks, both listed and unlisted. Lymm's Heritage Trail is a great opportunity to witness some of the village's culture and history. The traditional pubs and public houses in the village have all been well maintained preserving the village's historical character. Furthermore, there's a beautiful selection of Churches to view, each displaying some truly enchanting structures and interiors. With its protected landscapes, traditional architecture and unique background the village boosts some beautiful scenes of culture.
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Overflowing with pubs, Lymm isn't short of great attractions and nightlife. All within such a close range of one another, why not enjoy a country pub crawl and really experience the sense of community and cheerful spirit of the locals. With their traditional decor, real fire places and decent selection of real ales you can really enjoy the values of comfort and quality in a warm and friendly environment.
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Located in the heart of the village you can find a selection of independent shops and boutiques. With a collection of small gifts, clothes, interiors, art and flower stores Lymm combines its ancient history and charm with its traditional shops. It's the perfect place to indulge in a spot of retail therapy.
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A proud part of the Lymm community is the sports clubs and facilities it has to offer. There are countless clubs and classes featured in the village so you're sure to find a leisure activity to suit you. With the very popular Rugby Club, a picturesque golf course and a large tennis club set in beautiful woodland, to boost but a few, there's a huge selection of sporting activities for all ages and standards.
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