Acton Bridge is a village and civil parish in Cheshire, England. Acton Bridge is served by its own railway station, though the service from it is currently limited.
Acton Bridge Parish Council meets in the Parish Rooms, generally at 19:30 on the first Monday of the month. There is an active Community Association, and a number of other organisations exist within The Village. An unofficial website is at actonbridge. This section is adapted from Snapshots in Time, a book about the village published by the Acton Bridge WI to mark the Millennium in 2000.
Acton Bridge is a small village of 265 households and about 600 inhabitants, situated four miles west of Northwich in Cheshire, on the south bank of The River Weaver. It is on the main-line railway from London to Liverpool. The A49 trunk road crosses the River Weaver by a swing bridge to the northern boundary of the village. Once famous for its pear orchards and dairy farms, it is now a pleasant dormitory village with easy access to the motorway network.