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Our ref: # 4717
Conveniently located between the town hall and the railway station, office accommodation and adjacent light industrial/storage facilities are offered. The accommodation is accessed via a...
per person / month
Situated in the county of Staffordshire, the market town of Uttoxeter is one that has continued to experience growth over recent years. The town has a long and rich history, with a number of historical artefacts having been discovered here, such as Bronze Age axes. This vibrant town is home to a variety of places of interest, many of which reflect its history and heritage, including St Mary’s Catholic Church, the Museum of Uttoxeter Life, and the remains of Croxden Abbey. Another famous landmark is Uttoxeter Racecourse while the town centre also has the War Memorial and the Millennium Memorial.
The office space in Uttoxeter is occupied by various businesses and companies, with JCB being ones of the largest employers in the area. Another big employer here is Fox’s, which has a biscuit factory here. Advance Consultancy, Tuffa UK Ltd, and Mos Lighting are among the other businesses based in the town. A variety of retailers are also based in the town along with courier firms, building contractors, beauticians, and furniture manufacturers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A range of entertainment can be found in Uttoxeter, from horse racing at the local racecourse to high-octane thrills Alton Towers theme park, which is just 10 miles away. There are many pubs in the vicinity for those looking for a relaxing drink or lively nightlife. You can choose from a wide range of cuisine from many parts of the world in this town. The Shrew serves up British food in a cosy setting while great Indian food can be enjoyed at Divine Indian Cuisine. For some tasty Chinese cooking head to Mr Woo.
Links to the National Rail network can be accessed from Uttoxeter railway station, which runs on the Crewe-Derby Line. For drivers, getting around by road is convenient, with the A50 trunk road passing through the area. The town is also well served by bus services and taxis, providing additional means of road transport. The closest links for international air travel can be found at East Midlands Airport.