Arena Gardens, Norris Street, Orford, Warrington, Cheshire
Ryfields Village is situated off Norris Street in Orford to the north of Warrington. The development consists of 243 bungalows and flats with extra care facilities completed in 2002.
Warrington is situated on the Manchester Ship Canal and this helped the town to expand rapidly in the 19th century. The town centre was burnt in the 17th century but a few old houses remain and the Barley Mow is a fine half-timbered inn. The town has several museums including the Municipal Museum and Art Gallery in Bond Street and the Military Museum of the South Lancashire Regiment. There is a statue of Oliver Cromwell near the bridge.
Facilities include an alarm service and 24 hour non-resident management services, lift, residents lounge, laundry, restaurant, community centre, hobby room, cafe, shop, hairdressing salon, library, guest facilities and garden.
Warrington is about 16 miles east of Liverpool and about eight miles southeast of St Helens. Manchester is about 16 miles and Knutsford 12 miles. The M6 at Junction 21 is three miles, the M62 at Junction 9 just over two miles and the M56 at Junction 10 four miles. Fast trains to London (Euston) take less than two hours.
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