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Lymm Architect

Lymm is a village in Cheshire, its name has Celtic origins, meaning a 'place of running water' and is likely derived from an ancient stream that ran through the village centre.

The village centre is a designated Conservation Area, noted for its historic buildings, both listed and unlisted.

Lymm Heritage Centre opened in June 2017 and hosts exhibitions related to local history.

The picturesque village boasts numerous restaurants and pubs and with beautiful vistas around the village it is the perfect place for an afternoon stroll, along the Bridgewater Canal, for instance, which passes through its centre, or Lymm Dam, with its woodlands and meadows teeming with wildlife.

Arkhi Architects

Other Projects

We also undertake projects in other areas, in and around Cheshire and the North West.

The gallery below shows a selection of our projects.

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