A small town that lies in North West of England, Knutsford is part of the county of Cheshire, just south of Manchester. Named after King Canute, who is said to have constructed a ford across the River Lily, the town is mainly occupied by the overspill of cities like Manchester and Macclesfield. The two main streets in town, Kings Street and Princess Street, are where all the action tends to be although the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park is always a popular crowd puller. Knutsford Heritage Centre has a museum that is home to the Queen’s dress, shoes and crown from the late-19th century. Well known people including Bobby Charlton, Craig Cash and Henry Royce have called this town home over the years.
CommsQuote is a public relations firm that works out of serviced offices in Knutsford, sharing space with the likes of building & construction companies as well as business consultants. There are safety consultants in the area while landscape architects, cleaning services, marketing companies and management consultants can also be found here. Bella Marketing and Design Ltd. and United Environmental Services have their head offices in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Knutsford Heritage Centre offers a place to enjoy live acts and the performing arts for those that are looking for cultured entertainment. Knutsford is also home to the Knutsford Little Theatre, where you can enjoy stage productions. When it comes to dining out, the Café on the Corner is the place to pick up Turkish food and Etruria has a variety of Mediterranean cuisine on offer. There is French food at Belle Epoque while places like Gusto epitomize the multi-cultural nature of Knutsford with a variety of European dishes under the same roof.
Travelling to and from Knutsford is convenient thanks to easy access to the A50, M6 and M56 motorways. A number of bus and coach operators serve the town, offering connectivity to places like Manchester Airport, which is also the nearest airport for those looking for air travel links. Knutsford Railway Station is the main link to the northern rail network with the Mid-Cheshire Line taking commuters to Manchester, Wigan and Altrincham.