Our designer kitchens are manufactured in our own factory by artisan craftsmen. We install our bespoke kitchen furniture across Cheshire including the Congleton area. Each cabinet and complementary piece of kitchen furniture is handmade by our skilled team.
We know the kitchen is the most important room in your house. It is often the centre if your family's day-to-day living so we want to make it as special to you as possible. We customise each kitchen based to our customer's needs, so each kitchen will be unique to you. Each kitchen we design is different and bespoke.
Each part of your kitchen will be personalised, from the precision machine-cut worktops to the fine detailing on the drawers and the individual units. Our vision is to create an ergonomic working space for all of our customers.
We produce the highest quality handmade cabinets, drawers and units to all of our customers in the Congleton area. It will be an individual bespoke kitchen to work in and to enhance your home. You will find our luxury bespoke kitchens in the very best homes in Congleton and the surrounding area!
The first reference in history of Congleton was noted in 1282. Congle may relate to 'a bend', which is a similar to the old Norse word 'kang'. Tun is Old English meaning settlement. The exact origin of Northwich is still unknown to the present day. Congleton was thought to be a Roman settlement, however there is no archaeological evidence to support this or any recorded documents.
The town is mentioned in the Doomsday Book where as Congeltone: Bigot de Loges. William the Conqueror gifted the whole of Cheshire to his nephew the Earl of Chester. He went on to build a number of forts incuding the town's castle in 1208.
The town obtained a charter in 1272 to hold fairs and markets. The markets still run to this day on Tuesdays and Saturdays from the Brindestone Centre.
Congleton is a parish in Cheshire East and sits on the banks of the River Dane. Located 21 miles south of Manchester City Centre and lies to the west of local town, Maccesfield. As of the 2011 Census, the population of the town of 26,482. Equally, the town is well linked and is only seven miles east of the M6 motorway. Likewise, it also has linked to the Peak District via the A54 to Buxton.
Congleton Railway Station sits on the Manchester to Stoke-on-Trent branch of the West Coast Main Line. The Macclesfields Canal runs through the town. Not to mention, Manchester Airport sits 20 miles away.
Congleton is renowned for the manufacture of airbags and golf balls. This is where they made 'Super Crystlate' balls. There are also a number of light engineering factories nearby. One of the most famous industries in the 19th century was Berisfords Ribbons which had offices acroos the UK.
The town is home to a football club, the 3rd oldest rugby until club in the country and two cricket clubs. The successess of each one is reported in the weekly local newspaper, the Congleton Chronicle.