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WHAT’S ON IN CONGLETON

Discover your Congleton

Congleton is located in south east Cheshire at the foothills of the Pennines. The town is surrounded by spectacular countryside, yet is just ten minutes drive from junction 17 of the M6 motorway. The town has excellent communication links, great schools, a good mix of independent and chain shops and a successful business community.

Congleton also benefits from a wealth of voluntary organisations and groups, an active cultural scene and multitude of sporting and leisure activities. All of which, along with the friendly and welcoming residents, make Congleton a very desirable place in which to live, visit and do business.

We hope that you enjoy discovering Congleton - its walks, cycle routes, parks, theatre, museum, leisure facilities, canal, paddling pool, accommodation, shops, pubs and restaurants, festivals and history. We would welcome your feedback on our town.

Featured events

JUST SOME OF THE THINGS GOING ON IN CONGLETON

RBL 100th Anniversary

100th Anniversary of The Royal British Legion. The Congleton Branch will have a stall in Congleton Town Centre to sell badges and to mark the anniversary.

Makers Market- May 2021

A variety of food, drink and craft stalls.

Concert in the Park- 18th July

Roberts Bakery Brass Band- Concert in the Park Free event. For more information, email: secretary@friendsofcongletonpark.com

Concert in the Park- 1st August

The Encores- Concert in the Park Free event. For more information, email: secretary@friendsofcongletonpark.com

Concert in the Park- 8th August

Rode Hall Silver Band- Concert in the Park Free event. For more information, email: secretary@friendsofcongletonpark.com

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Hidden gems

DISCOVER KEY SITES IN AND AROUND CONGLETON

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