If you are looking for new homes in Cheshire, then you will also be curious as to the kind of things Cheshire has to offer you and your family. Moving into one of our many new build developments with Shared Ownership will be exciting, and you will probably want to celebrate. So, continue reading to find out where in Crewe you will be able to commemorate the special occasion.
1. Crewe Lyceum Theatre
The Crewe Lyceum Theatre is well known for providing some of the best entertainment in the area, with regular plays, film screenings, music events and comedians visiting from all over the world. The Lyceum Theatre offers a perfect night (or afternoon if you prefer a matinee) for all the family with its pre-show dining experiences and after-show bar.
2. Queens Park
If an afternoon of outdoor activity sounds more like your cup of tea, then Queens Park is a must-visit location. Queens Park is a Grade II listed public park which opened in 1887 and is popular for its Victorian clocktower and man-made waterfall. So, why not take a picnic, sit back and watch the world go by as you enjoy some sausage rolls?
3. Crewe town centre
The centre of Crewe is a bustling railway town, full of shops, bars and restaurants. With plenty of entertainment and retail therapy on offer, you will find yourself coming back to your new shared ownership in Cheshire with lots of new furnishings. Crewe also has a lively market, which serves as the hub of the local community, where almost 100,000 people visit weekly!
4. Tom's Tap and Brewhouse
After moving into your new affordable housing in Cheshire, you will probably want to take a well-earned break from unpacking moving boxes. So, why not head down to one of the finest micro-breweries in the local area? Tom's Tap and Brewhouse offers such alcoholic delights as maple pecan Danish stout and toffee apple cider.
5. Children's soft play centre
There are several soft play centres in Crewe and the immediate surrounding area, such as Funsters. Suitable for children aged 0-12. Funsters is the perfect place to exhaust children while you relax with a cup of tea, before heading back to your beautiful new home in Cheshire.
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