Welcome to Middlewich! Situated in the Heart of Cheshire and surrounded by beautiful English countryside. Well known for its renowned waterways and its tight-knit community, it also boasts a fantastic connection network to nearby major Cities, such as Manchester, Liverpool and Chester. If you’re considering relocating to this unique town, here are a few things we recommend you try out for yourself!
Enjoy music festivals? FAB festival 3-day festival, which runs every year offers a weekend packed full of live music, traditional morris dancing, street performers and a “floating market” where you can find 100’s of beautifully decorated narrow boats. The FAB Festival can be easily found in the centre of Middlewich, so head down on the 15th June till the 17th June and experience the FAB festival for yourself.
At the local Farmers Market, you will find the largest selection of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as produce from local Butchers and farmers within the surrounding area. This will be the best place for you find seasonal produce and unique products that you will not be able to find in any other large superstore chain. The Middlewich Farmers market runs the first Saturday of every month, from 9 am – 1 pm at Wheelock Street, Middlewich, Cheshire CW10 9BL.
Hire a narrow boat for the day
Feel like exploring more of the glorious English countryside? Then hop on a narrow boat for the day and explore the unspoilt natural beauty at your own pace. There’s nothing more relaxing than sitting back and taking in the beautiful surroundings while peacefully floating along the UK’s waterways. Travelling from Middlewich, you’ve got easy access to Llangollen, Chester, Ellesmere Port, Runcorn and Manchester. So kick back, relax and hire your very own narrow boat for the day.
Travel just a little out of Middlewich and you’ll find the Storyhouse in Chester. Here you will find a newly built complex where you can find all forms of entertainment under one roof. Lose yourself in your favourite book in the Library, view the most recent blockbuster at the in-house Cinema, enjoy viewing a play at the £37m theatre and express your creativity at the arts centre. This place has it all!
St Michael’s Church
Visit a piece of English History and visit Middlewich’s Norman stone Church. St. Michael’s displays elements of historical Norman Architecture, however, it was badly damaged during the Civil War and extensive restoration has been carried out. Take some time out and find out and visit St. Michael’s for yourself!
Want to discover Middlewich for yourself? View our Warehouse vacancy here for a position based in the heart of Middlewich.