Nantwich is an attractive and thriving market town located on the River Weaver in the south of the Cheshire plain.
It is a much sought after location in which to live, offering good schools and easy accessibility to the rest of the North West and further afield. Close to the M6, it is located on the Crewe to Cardiff Marches railway line with the West Coast main line only 5 miles away at Crewe. Despite its recent growth in size it still serves the needs of the surrounding rural area as a traditional market town and has retained its historic character.
It is second only to Chester in the county for its wealth of historic buildings.
The town boasts a vibrant local community and supports a wide range of societies and sporting clubs. It is an increasingly popular visitor destination for short breaks and is in easy reach of other tourist destinations in the Peak District and North Wales.
Nantwich in Bloom
The town has recently received national and regional recognition in the Britain in Bloom competition winning a national a Silver Gilt at the awards ceremony in Guernsey
followed by a Gold at the Southport event in the North West.
This success is due in large part to the voluntary efforts of the town’s Nantwich in Bloom committee.
Beam Heath Trust
In certain parts of Nantwich, residents are paid to live in the town.
The Beam Heath Trust makes annual payments to those who were born or live within the original town boundaries from the proceeds of their tenanted land holdings.
The Beam Heath was an area of common land where local people had the right to graze cows.
For more information go to http://www.dabbersnantwich.me.uk/letter4.htm