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Tel code: 01925 | code search
Postcode: WA5 | code search
Population: 3490
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Fiddle I'th Bag Inn
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Burtonwood lies between St Helens and Warrington and is famous for two things, Burtonwood Beer and its former American Airbase. As home to the American bombers during the Second World War it was responsible for the supply of around 30 other American airbases in the UK and it earned the nickname “Lancashire’s Detroit”. Burtonwoods history goes back to a time when this was mainly a farming community, and at that time it was part of Lancashire, it was from these rural roots that the heart of the brewing industry was founded and is still very much in evidence today. Originally founded in 1867 the brewery in a bizarre twist of fate doesn’t produce Burtonwood Beer here today – Burtonwood Beer is brewed at Marstons in Burton on Trent, whilst here at Burtonwood the beer brewed here today is supplied to third party companies. Burtonwood can trace its history back to the 13th century, the mid 19th century saw the area still reliant on agriculture for trade as towns around Burtonwood grew. Burtonwood though was beginning to change – the Industrial Revolution was to have an effect on the area as more and more people arrived in the area. Today Burtonwood very much retains its village atmosphere and is popular with residents as it is convenient for commuting to Warrington, Manchester and beyond, yet the village still manages to retain its rural aspect on life.

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Burtonwood County Primary School
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Premier Inn Warrington North East (2.62 miles)

Premier Inn Warrington North East
Ideally located between a village green and picturesque church in the historic village of Winwick. Within easy reach of the M62 and M6. For shops and local amenities Warrington town centre is 4 miles away. ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Warrington (A49/M62, J9) (2.62 miles)

Premier Inn Warrington (A49/M62, J9)
Located just off the M62 junction 9. For shops and local amenities Warrington town centre is 3 miles away, as is Gulliver's World Theme Park. Other nearby attractions include Halliwell Jones stadium and Haydock racecourse. ... More | visit website
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Ramada Encore Haydock (2.74 miles)

Ramada Encore Haydock

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This exciting, new hotel, opened in February 2008 is a simple, stylish, vibrant and upbeat boutique concept, featuring comfortable, contemporary accommodation and innovative design. All bedrooms are bright, spacious and have all ... More

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Travelodge Haydock St. Helens (2.86 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Villaggio (3.16 miles)

Whether staying here for Business or Pleasure VILLAGGIO is only ½ mile from Warrington town centre and ideally located within the North West motor way network of the M6; M56 & M62. We are 30 ... More | visit website
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Imperial Hotel (3.24 miles)

Imperial Hotel
The Imperial Hotel is situated on Bewsey Road in Warrington Cheshire; and is within walking distance to the town centre.The Hotel is owned by Donna and Mike who run a family freindly pub and hotel ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn St. Helens South (3.64 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M62 just off the A570. For shops and local amenities St. Helens town centre is only 2 miles away. Conveniently located for Lea Green train station. Our St. Helens ... More | visit website
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Holly Lodge (3.66 miles)

Holly Lodge
Holly Lodge is a detached Grade 2 Listed Victorian Villa which is only a matter of a few minutes walk from Warrington town centre. Holly Lodge is also conveniently situated for access to the substantial ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Haydock Park (Wigan South) (3.75 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 and on the A580, a major road link for Manchester and Liverpool. Conveniently located for Newton-le-Willows train station. For shopping the Trafford Centre is just 10 miles ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn St. Helens North (3.79 miles)

Located next to the A580 within easy reach of the M6, a short drive from both Liverpool and Manchester. Situated next to Carr Mill Dam with good views of the lake. Local attractions include Haydock ... More | visit website

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