Heritage Park enjoys excellent commuter links, with the main A55 North Wales Coast trunk road just minutes away, giving rapid access to Chester, the M53 and M56 and a host of towns along the coast. Wrexham is just 10 miles away, with Chester even closer at just 7½ miles, while Liverpool city centre is just 22 miles away via the M53 and Mersey Tunnel.
Both Buckley and Penyffordd stations are within easy reach, with trains to Liverpool in just an hour and Wrexham in 27 minutes.
Sport and Leisure
Heritage Park has a good selection of local golf clubs to choose from, including Hawarden and Padeswood & Buckley Golf Clubs. Buckley Leisure Centre offers a wide selection of sports and recreation, including a swimming pool, while Deeside Leisure Centre includes an ice rink.
For outdoor pursuits, Heritage Park lies within easy reach of both the stunning beaches of the North Wales coast and the rugged countryside of Snowdonia and the Clwydian Mountains. These vast open areas offer everything from walking and climbing to horse riding and canoeing, with Loggerheads Country Park proving a popular spot for both walkers and tourists alike.
There is a small selection of local shops that serve the development, with a choice of Tesco at Broughton and Asda in Deeside for your weekly shop. Nearby Broughton Retail Park offers a selection of fashion, electrics and furnishings, while Wrexham has a wide choice of shops and stores, including all the main High Street names.
Chester offers an exceptional shopping experience, with major flagship stores, such as Browns of Chester, complemented by a unique range of boutique independent shops on the famous Rows. Cheshire Oaks outlet village is also worth a visit for brand name bargains.
Out and About
Not only will you enjoy the great outdoors on your doorstep, but also a world of culture too, with Theatre Clwyd close by in Mold and a selection of theatres and cinemas in nearby Chester. The Vue at Cheshire Oaks includes an iMax screen for the ultimate cinema experience.
For a great day out, there is a range of castles in the area, including Ewloe and Hawarden Castles, with many more spectacular ruins to be found along the Welsh coast. Alternatively, head to Chester for the finest Roman experience outside York, with an ampitheatre and extensive city walls.
Schools and Services
There is a choice of primary schools within easy reach of the development, including St John the Baptist and Penyffordd County, with secondary education available at Elfed High in Buckley and Castel Alun High School in Wrexham. There are also a number of highly respected private schools in nearby Chester.
Local GP services can be found at Buckley Health Centre (Sat Nav CH7 2JL – call 01244 550536), with private and NHS dental services available at Cambria Dental Practice on Chester Road (Sat Nav CH4 0JZ – 01244 541931).