- The parish of Croft is located in the county of Cheshire on the northern edge of the borough of Warrington, just north of the interchange of the M6 and M62 Motorways (known as the Croft Interchange). It is situated close to the border with Merseyside and Greater Manchester.
- The village has a unique position, easy access for both Manchester and Liverpool by road, or rail, yet remains in the heart of the greenbelt, an island of beauty and tranquility The village is surrounded by fields and connected by an extensive network of footpaths with easy access to the Culcheth Linear Park.
- This is a fantastic village to live in, where locals are friendly and inviting with many community groups working together for the benefit of the residents. The village has two churches, two schools, and three pubs with many local businesses.
- There are many historical features and the rich history of the areas is well recorded.
- The Parish Council works with the residents to protect and cherish this wonderful rural part of England.
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