With beautiful rural surroundings, it is a peaceful village that benefits from a choice of local amenities on hand for you, including pubs, a convenience store and a fish and chip shop. The Elephant and The Vine public houses are in the village, whilst Cheerbrook Farm Shop is a very popular spot nearby, with a beautiful delicatessen, Cafe and bakery.
On your doorstep
There is always something to see and do in Shavington. There is Shavington Hall, a small country house, built in 1877 for the Earl of Shrewsbury in a Tudor Revival style; it is listed at grade II and bears the same name as the much larger seat of the Earls of Kilmorey near Adderley, Shropshire, which was demolished in 1959. There is also Shavington Lodge, which is a grade-II-listed, red-brick farmhouse, dating from the early 19th century.
Enjoying life at Cherry Tree Park
For those who like to work up a sweat, Shavington Leisure Centre is a great facility to have close by. With a gym and fitness suite, badminton court and outdoor hockey pitch. Shavington Primary School is within walking distance of Cherry tree Park, whilst Shavington Academy provides education for children aged from 11-18.
Getting out and about
Excellent transport links by road or rail also put all that Cheshire has to offer within easy reach.