There are many cultural attractions nearby, with the North West Museum of Road Transport, The World of Glass, the Theatre Royal and the Citadel Arts Centre all in the area. To experience nature at its finest, the nearby Mersey Forest is England’s largest community woodland, with Newton-Le-Willows serving as a fantastic base to explore beautiful countryside landscapes from. You’ll be able to enjoy a range of walking trails and cycle routes, while for sports enthusiasts, there’s the advantage of being in the midst of a rugby league heartland, with St Helens the nearest and many other Super League teams nearby. If football is of interest, then you’ll likely be aware that the two historic Merseyside clubs and the big two in Manchester are all within close proximity, as is Haydock Park where you can enjoy fun times at the horseracing throughout much of the year.
Transport links are strong, with swift access to the M62 and an extensive motorway network across the North West giving you easy travel routes to Liverpool, the North Wales Coast, Manchester, Yorkshire, and then onto the rest of the country. The Peak District and Lake District are easy to reach from Newton-Le-Willows, as are the Yorkshire Dales. Train links are also strong, with Earlestown station and Newton-Le-Willows station both less than a mile away and St Helens Junction roughly three miles away. These stations provide regular and direct routes to both Liverpool and Manchester, while air travel networks are also on hand, with Liverpool John Lennon Airport within 20 miles and Manchester Airport 25 miles away. Additionally, there are also a number of good primary and secondary schools in the area, as well as various colleges across the Newton-Le-Willows area.