Frodsham is a thriving Cheshire Market Town that dates from the 13th century. Rich in history, many of today’s buildings stand on the original plots of land laid out in the 13th and 14th centuries.
Frodsham is regarded as one of the best surviving examples of a planned medieval town in Cheshire.
The market takes place each Thursday and Frodsham also boasts many shops, pubs and restaurants. Local attractions include Castle Park Arts Centre; Foxhill Arboretum and Lady Heyes Craft and Antiques Restoration Centre.
Frodsham lies at the start of the Sandstone Ridge, it's part of the Weaver Valley Regional Park and the 30 mile Sandstone Trail stretches between Frodsham and Whitchurch.