This really large park is one of the many great things about Frodsham. From the little alleys bordered by trees for nice romantic walks to the the vast open areas to sunbathe, throw a frisbee or baseball to pic-nic areas, this beautyfull park is one of the hidden treasures of Cheshire. It's also at the base of Helsby hill and the sandstone trail and the great starting point to a great hiking day! There is also an art centre in there and a beautyfull garden beyond the walls!
This pub is slightly disapointing. It's the biggest pub in Frodsham and has the top spot being located at the corner of High and Church streets.
The staff is friendly.
The food is good.
The beer is good.
But the place looks a state.
The good thing is that you can sit outside in the back but have a view on the refineries across the mersey.
Favorite Dish: Mash, sausages and gravy.
This little indian take-away does really good food! Don't just take it from me! It won the CIEH NATIONAL CURRY CHEF OF THE YEAR 2002!
All the meals are prepared right in front of you in a tiny little place that you'd probably overlook if passing-by, but we've been very satisfied every single time we got food there.
Great variety and good prices too!
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What to buy:
From Jewelery to elctronic, Health Products to handcrafted toys, Frodsham has everything bigger boutiques in big town High Street have but in it's own unique little package which makes all the charm and difference!
What to pay: Prices are usually reasonable.
This is the shop I spent the most time in! IT has everything you might need for your car, motorcycle or bicycle!
The staff is really friendly and helpfull and we're always there to help me when I needed help settling in the area.
One of the placesz I'll miss most.
What to buy: Everything you might need for your car, motorcycle or bicycle!
What to pay: Usually same or cheaper than a big chain.
These beautyfull roofs are alive and well in Frodsham!
So come and enjoy them before they disapear.
Frodsham is one of the traditional old market towns!
So every Thursday, merchants invade the streets with their goods!
It can be a really pleasant experience as the village is bustling with people comming and going with in the background the shouts of greengrocers calling out their best deals!
A must on a sunny day!
As with most villages, the Post Office is quite an important stop in daily life. Lots of things get sorted here and you can also buy a lot of great historical or hiking books for cheap!
Worth passing if you want to know a bit more about the area!