Cheshire, our leafy county in the North West of England is famous for rural villages and historic town; many of which are linked by the Cheshire ring of canals.
Safe and student friendly, Cheshire is home to thousands of both College and university students. There always so much to do and with both Liverpool and Manchester are on our doorstep and less than two hour train journey to London, some of the greatest cities in the UK are easily accessible.
Did you know?
- The centre of the railway industry in Britain once upon a time located in Crewe
- Car manufacturing giants Jaguar, Vauxhall Motors and Bentley Car company are located in Cheshire
- The Chester Roman Amphitheatre was re discovered in 1929 and is now a grade I listed building
- Alice in Wonderlands Author Lewis Caroll was from Cheshire
- Chester Racecourse is the oldest active sports venue in the region and has been hosting horseracing since the early 16th
- James bond was born here. Actor Daniel Craig was born in the Countess of Chester Hospital
Just a few of our favourite things to do:
- Storyhouse, Chester’s brand new £37m theatre, library, cinema and arts centre which restored one of many 1930s buildings.
- Award winning Chester Zoo which boasts 6million visitors each year
- Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet with over 140 stores selling designer brands up to 60% less
- Go Ape at Delamere Forest and explore the forest canopy via a treetop rope course
- Our Ice Cream Farm… 50 flavours of ice cream!
- Learn to ski at Runcorn Ski Centre
- Explore the Cheshire Peak District, you may even see a deer or two
- Scuba dive with sharks at the Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port