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Alsager is a beautiful town in the South Cheshire countryside in England.
Originally a small village, the name is associated with three sisters of the Alsager family who built the local Christ Church in 1789.

Alsager can be reached easily from the M6 motorway junction 16.
(See the Area Map and the town centre Street Map)
Alsager railway station is on the line from Crewe to Stoke-on-Trent and there is a bus service (Crewe-Hanley) which also stops at Crewe railway station.

General Tours of Alsager

Theme Tours of Alsager

  • Nature for lakes, ponds, parks and playgrounds.
  • Footpaths some walks in the nearby fields.
  • Sports some energetic activities.
  • Education for libraries, colleges and schools.
  • Churches all the local places of worship.
  • Shops includes two post offices and other shops.
  • Wine & Dine for hotels, restaurants and pubs.
  • 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.

Red buttons will call up maps showing your location.
The maps also have red buttons which can take you to other places.

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 (INT)

Other Alsager Info

Recipe: Alsager Sunflower Cake

Alsager Community Involvement

If you have any information about Alsager or South Cheshire which you would like to
publish on this site please write to BoxNum 1251

Web Design

This site was constructed as a community interest project by Alan Hargreaves, who is a professional website designer and photographer.


Most of the images on this site are copyright alsager.com (except for some material which has been contributed) and may not be reproduced without permission.
Requests to reproduce images should be sent to BoxNum 1251

Home Town Centre Nature Footpaths Sports Education Churches
Wine & Dine Shops Fast Food Area History Letters