Burford Lane Farm is one of many horse riding venues in north Cheshire.
is known as the Lymm Interchange, and hosts a service station known as the Poplar 2000 services, a well used truck stop.
The A56 also passes just south of the village, connecting the nearby towns of Warrington and Altrincham.
In the end: …the Clerk was instructed to forward all the papers to the Education Department for their perusal with a letter containing the views of the Board, who were unanimously of opinion that the proposed site was the best they could obtain under the circumstances but asking the Education Department to deal with the matter if they thought at case had been made out for their interference.
Contrary to the wishes of the ratepayers in the parishes of Whitley Superior and Whitley Inferior, villages near Warrington, the Education Department some time ago issued and order for the formation of a School Board, and during its three years existence the only visible effect of its labours has been the erection of handsome and commodious schools and a master’s residence, at considerable expense to the ratepayers. The school house was incorporated into the main school building in 1984 which now comprises the Reception and Year 1 classroom, library, staff room and Headteacher’s office.
Culcheth Sports Club, near Warrington in Cheshire is a local facility providing a wide range of sporting and social activities for the community.