Not only does it have several brilliant hospitals for you to work in, but it also offers open countryside and green spaces to take in the great outdoors. There are vibrant towns to explore, as well as easy access to the north west’s brightest cities, so there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
In this blog, we’ll share a little about why Cheshire makes an ideal place to live:
It is very easy to travel around Cheshire. There are extensive bus and train routes, as well as lots of car parking if driving is your preferred mode of transport (although people are being encouraged to ditch their cars for public transport in the more busier parts of the county) and cycling is also celebrated. If you are a fan of getting out on your bike from time to time, you can leave the traffic behind and enjoy some stunning riding routes across Cheshire. From The Middlewood Way, which offers 10 miles of traffic-free cycling, to Biddulph Valley Way where you can cycle for miles but also enjoy horse riding and guided walks.
If you’re considering moving to Cheshire, then make sure you’re ready for the fantastic food on offer! It boasts a range of excellent eateries, from The Fishpool Inn in Northwich – an award-winning gastropub and Miller & Carter Cheshire – a steakhouse chain that has been awarded the ‘Masters of Steak’ from the Craft Guild of Chefs, to the Sticky Walnut in Chester, which has a warm, neighbourhood bistro feel.
There’s so much to enjoy and explore in Cheshire - whether it is just you and your partner or friends, or if you have relocated with a young family. There’s Go Ape Delamere in Northwich, which offers treetop challenges and activities for adventurers of all ages, and BeWILDerwood – an award-winning forest of family fun and outdoor adventure.
Cheshire is a great location to move to if you’re someone who enjoys nature and the great outdoors. Why not visit the famous Chester Zoo where you’ll be able to see an array of exotic animals including bears, rhinos, flamingos, chimps, vipers and pythons, giraffes, and even lions and tigers!
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