Local Areas and facilities
Staffordshire and its surrounding areas of Derbyshire and Warwickshire offer something for everyone. This central location provides easy access to various areas including:
Lichfield - just a short drive away this historic city with its 800 year old Cathedral, famous for its three spires, has attractions such as museums, the National Arboretum and the Garrick Theatre.
Stafford - A thriving university town set in a landscape with constantly changing scenery from the Royal hunting forests of Cannock Chase to the breweries of Burton.
Cannock - The town of Cannock boarders the wonderful landscape of Cannock Chase, originally a giant "Royal Forest".
Slightly further afield, in less than an hour and a half you can be in North Wales, or to the South in the same journey time you can be in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Rugeley - itself an ancient market town on the edge of Cannock Chase in South Staffordshire, England. Within easy reach of the Shugborough Estate, Sudbury Hall and the Peak District.
A market town since the 13th century, transformed into a prosperous mining and industrial community during the last two centuries - Rugeley is currently attracting businesses from the logistic, engineering and IT sectors.
The countryside includes the forest of Cannock Chase, an area of about 26 square miles, with facilities for walking, horse riding and mountain biking.
Rugeley and the surrounding villages offer a range of schools with excellent reputations and a wide choice of housing to suit your budget.