Westminster Park

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Westminster Park
Westminster Park is located in Cheshire
Westminster Park
Westminster Park
Location within Cheshire
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townCHESTER
Postcode districtCH4
Dialling code01244
AmbulanceNorth West
EU ParliamentNorth West England
UK Parliament
List of places
53°10′37″N 2°54′29″W / 53.177°N 2.908°W / 53.177; -2.908Coordinates: 53°10′37″N 2°54′29″W / 53.177°N 2.908°W / 53.177; -2.908

Westminster Park is both a suburb to the west of Chester in England, and a large park the area takes its name after. Chester residents do not consider the area as a part of the Lache (an adjacent suburb consisting largely of council housing) although the main route through Westminster Park is Lache Lane. In any case it can sometimes be difficult to tell where one suburb ends and another begins.


The park contains a nine-hole golf course, municipal and private tennis courts, bowling greens, a cricket pitch, football pitches, a croquet pitch and a children's play area.

There is a shopping complex in Westminster Park. Some of the shops are a Co-op, a delicatessen, hairdresser, beauty salon, a Chinese takeaway, fish and chip shop, a pharmacy, a greengrocer, and a florist.

Westminster Park has a gymnasium nearby which is part of the LA Fitness group.[1] The sports complex is next to the Chester Tennis Club and The Nuffield Hospital on the Wrexham Road.

Just to the south is Chester Business Park, a large, out-of-town office complex for, among others, MBNA and M&S Money.

The residents association website can be found at www.wp-ra.org.uk.

The website for the park at Westminster Park is www.westminsterpark.org.uk.

Westminster Park also has its own amateur weather station which can be found at www.chesterweather.org.uk.


Local Government[edit]

Westminster Park forms part of the Cheshire West and Chester council area.

British Parliament[edit]

Westminster Park is in the City of Chester parliamentary constituency and is represented by Chris Matheson, who has held the seat since 2015.