Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
Around half a mile from the A557 and two and a half from the M62, Fairfield Gardens is well situated for travel throughout the North West. The development is less than half a mile from Widnes Railway Station, from where there are frequent direct services to Liverpool and Manchester, 25 and 45 minutes away respectively, as well as to Nottingham and Norwich. There are also direct services to London Euston from neighbouring Runcorn. Buses between Widnes town centre and Runcorn, St Helens, Huyton and Liverpool pass along Peel House Lane, adjacent to Fairfield Gardens, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport is less than seven miles away.
There are several green spaces nearby, including Victoria Park with its pond and children’s play area, and sports and play facilities at Wood Crow Park. Widnes Golf Club is just a mile from Fairfield Gardens, and Kingsway Leisure Centre includes swimming and teaching pools, squash courts, a cycling studio and a gym. Widnes also has a popular trampoline park, and the Hive Leisure Park, on the southern edge of the town, includes a bowling alley, multiplex cinema, ice rink and a choice of bars and restaurants.
Bevan Way, Widnes, WA8
Thursday to Monday 10:30 am to 5:30 pm
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
Leave the M62 at junction 7 to join the A557 following signs for Widnes. After one and a half miles, bear left to join the A5080 and follow signs for Widnes North through two roundabouts. After passing over the A557, carry straight on for half a mile then at the T-junction facing a Co-op store turn left into Peel House Lane. Approximately quarter of a mile on, Fairfield Gardens is on the left.
From the M56
Leave the M56 at junction 12, joining the A557 for Runcorn, then follow signs for Widnes. After crossing the bridge carry on into the A557 Queensway, signposted for the M62. Stay on the A557 for two and a half miles, then bear left to join the A5080 for Widnes North. Turn left at the junction and, half a mile on, turn left again at the T-junction. After quarter of a mile, Fairfield Gardens is on the left.
Sat Nav: WA8 6TR
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