Pay by phone available (RingGo code 5750)RingGo allows you to pay for your parking without having to visit a parking meter - you just need a mobile phone and a payment card.

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Yew Tree Farm is an ideal base for a relaxing holiday in the heart of the Cheshire...

Do you have excess apples? Don’t worry, Congleton Sustainability Group are goi

Broomfield Barn provides self-catering accommodation for up to ten people

Congleton Town Hall is an impressive, imposing Victorian Gothic style building at the heart of Congleton town centre. Inside is equally impressive, with three great rooms available for you to hire. Whatever the function you are organising, we’re confident that you’ll be delighted with the Town Hall as a venue.

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If you are organising an event – take a look at what Congleton Town Hall can offer. We are confident that we will have a room to suit you, and that you will be delighted with the grandeur of the rooms and our helpful staff and events team. The Grand Hall itself is big enough to hold concerts, dances, private parties, exercise classes and exhibitions. The Bridestones Suite is a smaller more intimate space ideal for smaller gatherings of up to 80 such as wedding ceremonies and christenings.

Utility firm United Utilities manages Congleton's drinking and waste water.

At Congleton Golf Club we believe that to feel welcome and have all the information you require to enjoy your days golf or social event is of paramount importance to us. Be assured that whatever the occasion, business or pleasure, our aim is to make your visit a memorable one.

The independently-run 300 seat Daneside Theatre is on Park Road. The 400-seat Clonter Opera Theatre is based in the village of Swettenham Heath, 5 mi (8 km) north of Congleton. Founded in 1971, Congleton Choral Society is a mixed voice choir which regularly performs choral works at Congleton Town Hall and other venues around the town.

The National Trust Tudor house Little Moreton Hall, lies 4 miles (6.4 km) to the southwest of the town.[20]

Whitethorn Farm is a rural farmhouse surrounded by fields making it a peaceful place to...

Policing in Congleton is provided by Cheshire Constabulary. The main police station is on Market Square.

Historically Congleton has seen a wide range of Christian church denominations.

For representation on Cheshire East Council, Congleton divided into two wards returning three members, Congleton East and Congleton West. All six seats are currently represented by Conservative Party Councillors.[11]

Congleton Town Council, Town Hall, High Street, Congleton. CW12 1BN

  This is a celebration of businesses in Beartown! You can take part as an exhibitor or a visitor, in either case its a great opportunity to network and meet other local

The Pavilion offers a light refreshment and informal dining service whilst providing some of the best views over the Jubilee Gardens.

Advice desk available weekly on Saturdays between 10am - 11am.

This site has been provided by Congleton Town Council to inform residents and visitors about events, news, businesses, community groups and activities happening in the town as well as to provide information on the workings of the Town Council and its committees.

Warm and comfortable Grade II Listed coach house on a small working farm, close to the...

Congleton is 7 mi (11 km) east of the M6 motorway, connected by the A534. It is on the A34 trunk road between Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester, and the A54 to Buxton and the Peak District. The A536 links the town with Macclesfield, with the A527 linking the town to Biddulph and providing an alternative route to Stoke-on-Trent.

Attractive award-winning traditional farmhouse with luxurious rooms in converted stables.

Congleton is a town and civil parish in Cheshire, England, on the banks of the River Dane 21 miles (34 kilometres) south of Manchester and to the west of the Macclesfield Canal. The town had a population of 26,482 according to the Census 2011.[1]

The Registrar is available in the ground floor office at Congleton Library on Mondays and Wednesdays strictly by appointment only. Phone 0300 123 5019 for an appointment.

Find out more about the facilities available at Congleton Library.

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On Monday 19th September at 7.00-8.30pm local poet, Jane Harland, will be launching her latest collection, Mapping the Perimeter. Signed copies of her book will be on sale. Free and no need to book in advance.

Congleton forms the central portion of the Cheshire East unitary authority, located in the south-east of Cheshire. Before the abolition of Cheshire County Council on 1 April 2009, Congleton was a county borough. The neighbouring village of Buglawton was incorporated into Congleton borough in 1936. From 1974 to 2009, Congleton borough covered much of south-east Cheshire.

On Monday 26th September at 2.30-3.30pm author, David McCaddon, will be joining us for Tea and Story and reading from his debut thriller, Following Digital Footsteps.

Cheshire East Council has started its programme of gully clearing in Congleton.


Of unknown origin, the first recorded reference to the town's name was in 1282, when it was spelt Congelton. The element Congle could relate to the old Norse kang meaning a bend followed by the element the Old English tun meaning settlement.[2]

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For further information on the Green Flag Award Scheme visit the Green Flag Award website.

The first settlements in the Congleton area were Neolithic. Stone Age and Bronze Age artefacts have been found in the town.[3] Congleton was once thought to have been a Roman settlement, although there is no archaeological or documentary evidence to support this. Congleton became a market town after Vikings destroyed nearby Davenport.

If you regularly use a car park in Congleton you can apply for a contract parking permit at the following locations:

For season ticket applications please visit the Brereton Heath Country Park web page.

The four Anglican churches in Congleton are St John's, St Stephen's, St Peter's and Holy Trinity. They form a partnership in the Congleton Team Parish.[22] Congleton Town Council lists eleven other places of worship in the town:[23]

The Alexandra Court Hotel, is situated in Congleton, just ten minutes from the town...