Alsager is a town in the south east corner of Cheshire
in the UK.
It was originally an agricultural village and the name is associated
with the Alsager family; three sisters who built the local Christ
Church in 1789. Today it is a modern town which has preserved its
original rural charm.
Alsager can be reached easily from the M6 motorway junction 16.
(See the Area Map and the
town centre Street Map)
There is a railway station which is on the line from Crewe to Stoke-on-Trent
and a bus service (Crewe-Hanley) which also stops at Crewe railway
- Nature for lakes, ponds, parks
- Footpaths some walks in the nearby
- Sports some energetic activities.
- Education for libraries, colleges
- Churches all the local places
- Shops includes two post offices
and other shops.
- Wine & Dine for hotels, restaurants
- Fast Food for chip-shops,
take-aways and snack shops.
- Area Tour some interesting
places within a 30 min drive of the town centre.
- History places of historical
interest in Alsager and surrounding area.
- Letters feedback from visitors.
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These pages were produced on a non-commercial public interest basis and
may not be completely accurate or fully up to date, so enquiries should
be made before visiting the places mentioned.
Telephone numbers are UK codes eg. 01270 876847 (UK) = +44 1270 876847
Other Alsager Info
Recipe: Alsager Sunflower Cake
Alsager Community Involvement
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