Life in Congleton
Congleton is a pretty town, packed full of independent shops, cafes and restaurants but is also well served by the major supermarkets and high street brands.
Westlow Heath is in the catchment area of several good primary schools with the nearest, St Mary’s Catholic primary and Buglawton Primary rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
For sports lovers, this town is a gem, whatever you are into. Not only is it home to one of the oldest recorded rugby union clubs in the country, Congleton RUFC, it also has a football team, two cricket clubs and two golf clubs too. If this isn’t enough for you then you can always go fishing or sailing on Astbury Mere.
Nearby Congleton Park is perfect for walkers, runners, nature enthusiasts as well as the odd picnic or two. There is a paddling pool nearby that is open in the summer months, and the stunning Tudor property, Little Moreton Hall, is only 4 miles away.
Culturally, this small town has a big heart. Congleton is a thriving town with facilities such as the Daneside Theatre, a town choir and museum. The town also hosts an annual food and drink festival and a nationally renowned jazz and blues festival.
Westlow Heath is just a 5 minute drive away from the town centre and only 10 minutes to Congleton train station, with services to Stoke-on-Trent, Macclesfield, Stockport and Manchester Piccadilly. It is a perfect hub for commuters, ideally situated only 6 miles from junction 17 of the M6 motorway, giving you easy access to major towns and cities in the North West.