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County - Cheshire
Tel code: 0161 | code search
Postcode: WA14 | code search
Population: 41700
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October 2015: Mills and Hills in Central Lancashire

If someone mentions English villages or market towns the first image may be the Cotswolds, say, or North Norfolk. Few but locals would think about ...More
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Bed and Breakfast in Altrincham

Altrincham is both a substantial old Cheshire market town and a suburb of Manchester, albeit a decidedly prosperous one, the M56 and nearby Manchester airport making life easy for travellers to and from the place... Read More

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Premier Inn Manchester Altrincham

Stay at this Premier Inn and enjoy shopping, leisure facilities, a cinema and an ice skating rink on your doorstep. Just 5 minutes walk is a metro station and excellent transport links into Manchester city ... More | visit website
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Ash Farm Country Guest House

Ash Farm Country Guest House
Welcome to Ash Farm Country House an 18th Century Farmhouse set in National Trust Countryside yet only 15 mins from Manchester Airport the M6 junction 19 and M56 Motorway junction 7 are 5 mins drive, ... More | visit website
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The Bull's Head & Lodge

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The Lodge at the Bull's Head offers excellent accommodation and facilities in a pleasant village-like location. Conveniently situated with easy access to the motorway network, Manchester Airport and the city ... More

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There were many times my pants were so thin I could sit on a dime and tell if it was heads or tails. - Jonathan Swift
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Dick Whittington Elected Mayor of London - 1397, World adopts Greenwich Meantime - 1884, Paddington Bear is Published - 1958
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