Congleton station is less than a 45-minute train journey from the heart of Manchester, making it a great opportunity for targeting key inner-city commuters. The town is also visited for leisure purposes, thanks to the natural beauty of the hills and countryside offering ample walking options, such as the Gritstone trail or paths of Macclesfield Forest.
Spectacular attractions such as Jodrell Bank are a stone’s throw away, as are the dramatic far-reaching views from Kerridge over the Cheshire Plains. Cheshire is a known tourist destination in the north of England, with plentiful offerings ranging from sweeping vistas and dramatic skylines to superb heritage sites, stylish shops and great gastro pubs. Congleton station is also minutes away from Congleton Golf Club, a popular course in the region for keen golfers.
Congleton rail station is a mainline station serving the Cheshire town of Congleton, and lies on the Manchester to Stoke-on-Trent branch of the West Coast Main Line. The station is managed by Northern Rail, who operate services between Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester. Arriva and Cross Country are also active within the station on a limited basis.
Advertising formats at this station include 4 sheets, 48 sheets and rail passenger panels.
Congleton holds a wealth of interesting independent shops and boutiques selling antiques, jewellery, clothes and more. If you relish the offbeat, there are several small shops and galleries selling beautiful work by national and regional artists.
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