Halfway between Liverpool and Manchester, Newton-Le-Willows is a busy commuter town that offers a fantastic location for commuters who work in either large city or their surrounding towns. It is also a brilliant location for young and growing families to settle down and plant roots. Retail parks, cinemas, restaurants and bars can be found within easy reach inside and outside of Newton-Le-Willows, with the Earlestown market one of the largest in the region, providing all of the amenities you have come to expect from a modern residential development.
In the immediate area there are a number of cultural attractions, including the North West Museum of Road Transport, The World of Glass, the Theatre Royal and the Citadel Arts Centre. The Mersey Forest is England’s largest community woodland and Newton-Le-Willows is a fantastic base from which to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside, with walks, waterways and cycle routes plentiful. If you are a sports enthusiast, you have the benefit of being in the heart of rugby league territory, with only a short journey allowing you to watch St Helens in the Super League. If football is more your thing then you are spoilt for choice with the two big Merseyside clubs and the big two in Manchester all just a short journey away, while at Haydock Park you can have an exciting day or night out at the horseracing throughout the year!
Transport links are excellent, with easy access to the M62 and the extensive motorway network in the North West leaving you with a fast option to travel to Liverpool and the North Wales Coast, Manchester and Yorkshire beyond, as well as other parts of the country. The Peak District, Lake District and Yorkshire Dales are all easily reached from Newton-Le-Willows. Earlestown and Newton-Le-Willows railway stations are both within a mile, with St Helens Junction station around 3 miles away, each offering direct and regular links to Liverpool and Manchester. For air travel, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is within 20 miles, with Manchester Airport 25 miles away. There are also several primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges, in Newton-Le-Willows.