Lymm is an attractive and affluent village in north Cheshire. The village centre is a designated conservation area notable for its historic buildings including “The Cross” which is a Grade I listed structure. Constructed of sandstone, The Cross dates from the early 17th century and is an attractive central landmark in the village.
Home to many restaurants, bars, shops and other amenities, Lymm village has a population of around 11,000 and welcomes the pretty Bridgewater Canal which runs through it.

Just outside the village centre lies the beautiful Lymm Dam providing a stunning area of natural beauty, overlooked by the Grade II listed St Mary’s Church.

Lymm is also home to one of the area’s best educational establishments. Formerly Lymm Grammar, Lymm High School was judged to be “outstanding” in a 2008 Ofsted inspection and is very highly regarded. The school is located on Oughtrington Lane, towards the eastern side of Lymm village in the grounds of Oughtrington Hall, which houses the school library.

Lymm at night

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