Not just once has Nantwich won Cheshire's Best Kept Station. It's all thanks to the members of Nantwich in Bloom, who keep the planters on both platforms looking beautiful. Built in the late 1850s, Nantwich train station, on the Crewe-to-Shrewsbury Line, welcomes visitors on the regular services from Cardiff Central and Manchester Piccadilly and prepares them for the incredibly pretty town of Nantwich itself.
North of the station, Nantwich town centre has a striking collection of Grade I and II listed buildings stretching back as far as the 1500s, many of which are concentrated around Barker Street, Beam Street, Churchyard Side, High Street and Hospital Street, all within walking distance of the station.
The town is famed for its cheese and sees a huge spike in visitor numbers every year over the weekend of the Nantwich Show - home to the International Cheese Awards.