Our Office, Associate Offices and area coverage


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Our Head Office is located on the High Street in Garstang Town Centre.

We are able to serve the communities of South Lancaster, North Preston and the Ribble Valley. 


Garstang is a small market town located in Lancashire, nestled on the banks of the River Wyre, between the cities of Preston and Lancaster. It is surrounded by picturesque countryside, including the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Market Town: Garstang has a rich history as a market town and continues to hold a weekly outdoor market on Thursdays. The market offers a variety of local produce, crafts, clothing, and household items.

Scenic Setting: The town is known for its scenic beauty and charming atmosphere. The surrounding countryside provides opportunities for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and fishing. The nearby Wyre Estuary and Lancaster Canal also offer pleasant walks and boating opportunities.

Architecture and Heritage: Garstang features a mix of architectural styles, including historic buildings and traditional stone houses. St. Helen's Church, with its distinctive spire, is a notable landmark in the town. Garstang has a strong sense of heritage and its history can be explored through landmarks and local museums.

Community and Events: Garstang has a close-knit community and hosts various events throughout the year. The Garstang Show, an annual agricultural event, attracts visitors from near and far. The town also organizes festivals, fairs, and other community activities.

Amenities and Services: Despite its small size, Garstang offers a range of amenities and services. There are shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, and local businesses catering to residents and visitors. The town has schools, healthcare facilities, and recreational spaces as well.

Sustainable and Fairtrade Town: Garstang has earned the title of the world's first Fairtrade Town, demonstrating its commitment to ethical trade practices. The town also promotes environmental sustainability and has initiatives focused on reducing plastic waste and promoting recycling.

Transport Links: Garstang is well-connected by road, with the A6 running through the town. It provides easy access to nearby cities and towns. There are also bus services connecting Garstang to other locations in the region.

Overall, Garstang offers a combination of rural charm, community spirit, and access to amenities. Its scenic surroundings and historic character make it an attractive place to live or visit, particularly for those seeking a quieter and close-knit community in the Lancashire countryside.