Main Street Community Church


A town in Cheshire, England.

Frodsham featured in the Domesday book but is still worth writing about now. Frodsham has a wide range of community activities and events. Frodsham was a village until 1992 when it became a town.

From the top of the hill looking over the parish churchPart of the view from the top of Frodsham Hill

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Two faces of the memorial The war memorial on the top of Frodsham Hill.

Looking West towards Church Street A view along Main Street.


Frodsham is twinned with Kelsterbach, a town of about 15,000 in Germany, about five minutes drive from Frankfurt Airport. Main industries include car manufacture (General motors), chemical industry and a kerosene terminal. Many work at the airport terminals or in freight and tourism. The town has a street named “Frodshamstrasse”.

Before the re-design Gardens, Castle Park, Frodsham.

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Transport and Communications

Frodsham is on the A56 and at Junction 12 on the M56 (Chester to Manchester motorway).

Frodsham is on the River Weaver and the Manchester Ship Canal. There is a River Weaver Navigation Society with information on the navigable parts of the river and links to more local information.

Frodsham is also accessible by passenger train on the Manchester–Chester line. A train timetable is provided online by National Rail.

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want to know more?

Try Frodsham Town Council and Frodsham Life websites.