Issuu on Google+

Movin’... with the times

Mine’s a pint!

Would you like to run a business in Lymm? The businesses in Lymm village centre benefit from the unity provided by the Lymm Traders Association. The association liaises with traders and the Parish and Borough councillors, with the aim of ensuring Lymm centre remains a healthy and vibrant shopping option.

Eight of the best gastropubs in Lymm

The Golden Fleece

41 The Cross

With regular meetings and the use of the internet for keeping everyone up to date, Lymm is moving with the times. Although the majority of the retail units in the centre are currently full, there are a couple still available, and research gathered from regular customers highlights their desire for a greengrocer’s and a fishmonger’s to be introduced. Are you an existing greengrocer or fishmonger looking to expand? If you’re thinking about Lymm as an option, Lymm Traders will help all that they can. For more information, you can contact Philip Sexton on 01925 753 669, or email philip@sextonsbakery. co.uk, or alternatively have a look at their website, www.lymmtraders.net

15 Booths Hill Road

Saddlers

7 Bridgewater Street

The Green Dragon

2 Mill Lane

The Bulls Head

32 The Cross

47 Eagle Brow

The Crown

The Spread Eagle

The Church Green

Higher Lane

The Barn Owl Inn

Warrington Lane

We can’t think of anything more relaxing than having a glass of wine in one of the wine bars in Lymm village on a sunny, summer afternoon. Although the village Saddlers on Bridgewater Street and Rosco’s on Rectory Lane are has no lack of pubs offering always sure to be jam-packed with locals and lots of atmosthe time-honoured pub grub, phere on a Friday or Saturday night, but if you fancy the dining experiences on offer in something a bit more relaxed, try visiting the more Lymm have seen tremendous changes traditional Green Dragon or over the last ten years. In fact, the choice The Farmers Arms, a bit further on offer can be an unexpected surprise for many out of the village. paying a visit to the village, with hearty pub food on

offer right next to the swankier, upmarket restaurants, with cuisine from around the globe. Our favourites for the best of both worlds include the Church Green (particularly with their credit-crunching two for £10 weekdays offer), The Chilli Club, offering authentic Thai food, and La Boheme, for a more chic dining experience. July–August 2009 | Issue 3

13


13