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The local area guide to living in Nantwich

The pretty town of Nantwich, in the Borough of Cheshire East, has everything you’re looking for. There are gorgeous properties from all periods, great amenities for all the family, good schools for all age groups and a fantastic shopping and restaurant scene. What’s more, it’s not too far from Cheshire and its selection of high street and designer stores.

Walking through Nantwich, it’s hard not to notice all the historic buildings. In fact, it has one of the largest collections of historic buildings in the county. The town also has its own monthly market – drawing many from the surrounding area, as well as a number of popular events, held throughout the year. Cheese lovers will enjoy the International Cheese Show, the biggest show of its kind, held annually in July. There’s also an annual Food Festival, held every September. The street entertainment on show throughout the summer is yet another one of the unique features here.

Information about the local residents

Nantwich’s population was recorded as 13,964 in the 2011 census. Almost three quarters of the population were aged between 16-74 and almost a fifth had retired. The community was largely of White; English/Welsh/Scottish/Northern Irish/British ethnicity (95%), but other ethnicities recorded here included Caribbean, Bangladeshi, African, and Indian.

Of those of working age, 62% were employed and just 3.1% unemployed. The unemployment rate was lower than the England and Northwest averages, which sat at 4.4% and 4.7%. The most popular industries worked in included Wholesale and Retail Trade; Repair of Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycles (18.3%), Human Health and Social Work Activities (12.6%) and Manufacturing (12.6%).

Nearby schools

Nantwich is home to a selection of primary schools and two secondary schools. The reputation of the schools here is good, with many being rated “good” or “outstanding” by Ofsted. Parents can choose from primaries including Millfields Primary School, Pear Tree Primary and St Anne’s Catholic School – the latter assessed as “outstanding” by Ofsted.

For pupils aged 11 plus, there are two secondary schools to choose from and many more in the surrounding area. Malbank School and Sixth Form College provides education for pupils aged 11-18. It was rated “good” by Ofsted in its latest inspection. Brine Leas School is another option and perhaps the better of the two, having been rated “outstanding” by Ofsted. This school also offers education up to the age of 18.

Getting around

Whether you’re looking for bus, train, or coach transportation, Nantwich has it all. The popular town boasts a wide range of bus routes in and around Nantwich, run by a variety of different operators. Coach transportation supplements the bus services here, offering transportation to various destinations further afield. The majority of residents will probably choose to walk or drive – and with its small town centre, Nantwich is ideal for this.

For travel to Chester, Liverpool, and Crewe, you could also hop on one of the local train services, run from Nantwich train station. Crewe is also a 15 minute drive away, while Chester is just 30 minutes by car. Air travel is made easy too with Manchester Airport only an hour away. Serving all major holiday destinations, you needn’t travel to any other airport!

Local shops

Nantwich is brimming with a lovely selection of shops along with all your must-have amenities. Supermarkets here include Morrisons and Aldi. You’ll also find Co-operative Food stores dotted around – so those last-minute groceries are never too far away. When it comes to high street shopping, you’re more likely to find one-of-a-kind gems here rather than popular chain stores. For high street shopping, why not take a trip to Cheshire? With its range of shopping malls, you’re bound to find everything you are looking for.

One of the iconic features of Nantwich is its Farmers’ Market. Held monthly, on the last Saturday of the month in Nantwich Square, it boasts everything you could want in terms of local produce. In fact, the market attracts farmers and growers from all over Cheshire, making it one of the most popular Farmers’ Markets in the region.

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