Nantwich is located in the county of Cheshire, 20 km from Chester and 75 km from Manchester. The town hosts important historical buildings such as St. Mary’s Church from the XIV century, or the Church Mansion, the wooden Elizabethan House constructed in 1577. In 1586 the town had a huge fire that practically destroyed the town, leaving The Church Mansion fortunately intact. On an economical level the production of salt to conserve food was the main activity of the city at that time. Now Nantwich is a prosperous and dynamic town, bustling with shops.
Reaseheath College is an Agricultural College surrounded by more than 300 hectares of woods, gardens and lakes. The educational complex has magnificent facilities such as spacious classrooms, libraries and computer rooms. Outdoors they have football, cricket and hockey pitches, an interior sports centre and beautifully manicured gardens. The school is 30 minutes walk from the city of Nantwich.
In Reaseheath College the students will have full board: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The building has single or double bedrooms, all equipped with their own bathroom.
Activities and half day excursions
Chesire Oaks Designer Outlet
One of the best shopping outlets in the country. Hosts some of the biggest designer names on the market and at great prices. A perfect place to make a shopping trip for the afternoon.
Brine Swimming Pool
The only brine swimming pool left in the country. This unique pool is a great place to spend in the sunny days. However if the sun isn’t shining they also provide indoor pools too.
Reaseheath Maize Maze
Reaseheath’s maize is quite an amazing sight from overhead. However it is also a great experience for all ages to traverse through the man-made maze.
Known as the world capital for ceramics, Stoke is a fascinating place to visit. Made up of a federation of 6 different towns, Stoke-en-trent is a very unique city in England.