Crewe and Nantwich

Crewe and Nantwich is the name of our constituency, but don't forget that that includes a whole range of different places:

Barthomley, Basford, Batherton, Blakenhall, Bridgemere, Chorlton, Coppenhall, Coppenhall Moss, Doddington, Englesea, Haslington, Hatherton, Hough, Leighton, Marshfield Bank, Maw Green, Oakhanger, Rope, Shavington, Stapeley, Walgherton, Weston, Willaston, Winterley, Wistaston, Woolstanwood, and Wybunbury - to name but a few!

 

Crewe

When most people think of Crewe, they think of railways. During the 19th century Crewe was one of the world's greatest railway workshops and was a hotbed of craft and invention, building elegant locomotives that brought wealth and prestige to the town. 

But Crewe’s got a lot more to offer than just trains. There’s a thriving live music scene, as well as a range of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. Take a stroll in Queen’s Park, a traditional Victorian park that is being restored to her former glory or take in a show at the award winning Crewe Lyceum. 

Crewe is also home to the famous Crewe Alexandra Football Club – aptly nicknamed the Railwaymen!

 

Nantwich

Nantwich is a medieval market town with a modern edge. 

Situated on the banks of the River Weaver, Nantwich is famous for the medieval timbered buildings dotted around the town. Stroll through the atmospheric streets and visit for bijoux boutiques, antiques dealers and contemporary craft shops. 

Nantwich also hosts the International Cheese Awards, a prestigious event that celebrates the finest cheeses known to man.