Lymm is in Cheshire, in the North West of England.


A pleasant village on the A56 approximately half-way between Warrington and Altrincham. Included in 'Greater Lymm' are the adjacent villages/areas of Heatley, Agden, Outrington, High Legh and Statham

Get in

Bridgewater Street

By air

Manchester Airport is about 12-miles away; Liverpool Airport is about 25-miles away.

By car

The M6 motorway runs north to south less than a mile from the village, the Lymm exit is junction 20; the M56 runs east west a similar distance to the south, the Lymm exit is junction 9. The A56 Altrincham to Warrington road runs to the south of the village and passed the dam.

By bus

Warrington Coachways 37, 37A and 38 bus services run from Warrington to Altrincham via Lymm

By rail

Lymm no longer has a railway station; the closest stations are at Birchwood, Warrington, Knutsford and Altrincham.

By boat

If you are feeling adventurous why not arrive by barge along the Bridgewater Canal that runs through the village

Get around

Lymm is a small village consequently walking is the best method to explore it. There is an off-road walk through The Dingle between the town centre and Lymm Dam.


Lymm Dam


Barges on the Bridgewater Canal


A reasonable selection of local shops in a fairly small area around Lymm Cross





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