Congleton is a market town and civil parish in the East of Cheshire with a population of 27,000. The River Dane runs through the town and on to the west of the Macclesfield Canal.
Its location is perfect for visiting the nearby Cheshire Plain, Peak District, Lake District and the Welsh coast. However, there are places to visit in the town that showcase its history. The Town Hall was designed and built in 1866. It is a standing example of Gothic architecture, designed by Edward William Godwin.
Congleton is also home to the award winning Tourist Information Centre. It is a homely place ready to help with anything about the Congleton Borough. With the town being noted for its desire to help, you'll know that this will be a welcoming town to visit.