Sandbach

Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 9EA

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Sandbach history is officially recorded from as early as the Doomsday book, but a significant part of its history occurred prior to William the Conquerer.  In the 9th century local Saxons erected bejewelled Crosses to proclaim the Christian message and these famous Saxon Crosses still stand on the cobbles of the Market Square today.

Markets have been held in the town for many centuries and in 1579 Queen Elizabeth awarded Sandbach a market charter, which ensured the town’s prosperity.  The Charter Market takes place every Thursday, with regular Saturday markets and specialist markets taking place in the Town throughout the year.

Sandbach is home to a fantastic array of independent stores offering a wide variety of products, with café’s, restaurants and hostelries providing a tempting and diverse selection of food and drink for daytime and evening visitors to the Town.

Whether visiting the award winning parks and play areas, the ancient Saxon Crosses, shopping or watching the world go by from a local venue, keep an eye out for the wonderful Town Crier often in the Town Centre announcing news of events and activities before he travels around the Country to Town Crier competitions with his cries on Sandbach past and present.

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  1. Sandbach Crosses (EH)

    Two lavishly decorated Anglo-Saxon crosses dated to the first half of the ninth century.

    0.25 miles away
  2. Sandbach Market

    Market days - Thursdays and Saturdays. 9am til 4pm.

    0.36 miles away
  3. Fields Farm Fisheries

    If you're passionate about fishing and angling, you'll want to come to Fields Farm...

    0.94 miles away
  1. Malkins Bank Golf Course

    Malkins Bank Golf Course was opened in 1976 and designed by world famous Hawtree Golf...

    1.06 miles away
  2. Wheelock Rail Trail

    After the railway closed in 1966 the track lay derelict for many years, gradually...

    1.08 miles away
  3. The Salt Line

    One hundred and fifty years ago this area was a hive of bustling industry, based on salt....

    1.88 miles away
  4. Wheelock Hall Farm Shop

    Large farm shop selling high-quality local produce

    1.92 miles away
  5. The Potters Barn

    A hand thrown pottery workshop with showroom.

    2.27 miles away
  6. Lakemore Farm Park

    Covering over 36 acres in total, with five lakes, nature trails, a Rare Breeds farm and...

    2.5 miles away
  7. Alsager Equestrian Centre

    Equestrian centre with indoor school, outdoor floodlit school. Regular competitions and...

    3.17 miles away
  8. Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve

    Follow the Brimstone Trail an easy access trail through the woods and around the lake

    3.54 miles away
  9. Alsager Market

    Alsager Market every Wednesday at Fairview Car Park - 9am til 3pm.

    3.94 miles away
  10. Rode Hall & Gardens

    Rode Hall is a fine early 18th century country house set in a Repton landscape.

    4.09 miles away
  11. Axis Arts Centre

    Axis Arts Centre, previously the Alsager Arts Centre, has an acclaimed public programme...

    4.45 miles away
  12. Little Moreton Hall & Gardens (NT)

    Step back in time, over 500 years and marvel at the delights of Britain’s most famous...

    4.52 miles away
  13. Merelake Way

    The Merelake Way is an approximately 1 mile / 1.5 kms long trail for walkers, located on...

    4.53 miles away
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