Sandbach in Cheshire
The city of Sandbach in Cheshire has a long history, as does most of the English countryside. Of course, history is one of the biggest magnets for tourists who come to the town. There are 4 major historic sites in the city that include The Parish Church of St. Mary, The Town and Market Hall, Sandbach Literary Institution, and The Old Hall Hotel.
When it comes to outdoor activities Sandbach draws hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals to the city for the Sandbach market. The market was established to drum up interest from the surrounding cities and has been successful in doing so. The market includes fresh produce, homemade crafts, and entertainment. Additionally, you can also enjoy some free pottery classes by spending a day at the local Potter’s Barn where you can release your inner artist.
Shopping is one of the biggest indoor activities to enjoy, and with plenty of specialty shops available, the town brings a unique flair for tourists and visitors. Two super large DIY stores are available for craft makers, while two huge supermarkets let you get a feel for what it is like to live in this small city.
The best time to visit the city might actually be during Christmas, as Sandbach hosts an annual Christmas light display that is perfect for all ages.
But the real fun in Sandbach happens at The Beer Emporium ( http://www.thebeeremporium.com/ ). The Beer Emporium attracts visitors from all over to enjoy the unique flavor of cider beer, or perhaps to drown their sorrows in glass of beer. The Market Tavern is another excellent place to spend the evening for grown-ups. Surprisingly you don’t have to leave this small town to have a good time.
Stop in for a spot of tea and a bite to eat at the Joella’s Bakehouse & Tea Room or the higher-class Italian restaurant La Casa Vecchia ( http://www.lacasavecchia.co.uk/ ).
In all, Sandbach is a wonderful little village to visit in the English countryside.