Foxhill, Tarvin Road
Frodsham Cheshire
WA6 6XB
Tel. 01928 733777
foxhill@chester.anglican.org
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STOP PRESS: Foxhill will be closed to bookings from Monday 4th August, and re-open Friday 29th August. This is due to various maintenance work being carried out throughout the building. This is also an opportunity for Foxhill staff to take some of their annual leave entitlement, therefore there may be periods during this time the office is closed. Telephone calls and emails will be responded to as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience, we look forward to seeing you after the Summer. 

Turn up for a Tenner! SPECIAL OFFER B&B to all Chester Diocesan Clergy, Reader and Parish Workers

During some of our quieter mid-week autumn days Foxhill is offering a night’s B&B* for only £10 per person!

Amazing value!! Click here to check availability

This offer is for certain limited dates and must be booked in advance. The offer is open to all Chester Diocesan Clergy (active or retired) , Readers and Pastoral Workers  - and is subject to availability.

Please call 01928 733777 or

e-mail: foxhill@chester.anglican.org for full details etc.

*continental style breakfast

Foxhill is an intimate conference centre, near Frodsham in Cheshire. It is an ideal venue for day or residential retreats, conferences and study breaks.

The centre offers a personal and bespoke service to all guests. The house is in a rural setting which makes it an ideal location for groups or individuals to meet, relax and be refreshed. Foxhill is situated in some of the most stunning countryside in the whole of Cheshire.

The centre can cater for individuals or large groups. Whether you're looking for a suitable venue for a meeting, or a space to get away for a while, Foxhill can provide all the facilities you might need.

Foxhill is only a couple of miles from Junction 12 (or 14) on the M56, and provides the perfect location for exploring Chester, North Wales, the Peak District, Liverpool or Manchester. There are also regular rail services to and from Frodsham or Helsby; both stations only a mile or so from the centre.

The main house was the one-time residences of the Pilkington family – who generously donated their home to the Diocese of Chester in the late 1960’s. The centre is regularly used for the training of anglican clergy, parish week-ends and study days. But the home is open to people of all faiths or none.

Visitors to Foxhill come from all over the world to enjoy the relaxed setting, picturesque views and easy access to local attractions. Please do not hesitate to get in touch at any time to learn more about the facilities – or just call by if you are in the area.

Taffy Davies - Warden

 

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