Nantwich is a small town (Town) and Civil parish in Cheshire with almost 15,000 inhabitants. The village is located between Nottingham and Liverpool close to the Welsh border at the River Weaver. Nantwich was besieged in the English Civil War in early 1644 by the Irish. Here is the seat of Molda UK Limited. In the northwest of the Llangollen Canal begins in the 19th century, the town of Nantwich and Market Drayton Railway was opened. Worth seeing are next to St Mary's Church a few buildings that have 1583 survived a major fire, such as the Churche's Mansion, the Crown Hotel on the high street or the house 116 Hospital Street, and also 12 kilometers south lies Combermere Abbey.