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Hyde Indoor Market
"Just have to say that I stumbled upon a lovely lady who bake's all her own cakes and pies and what a lovely cook she is her pie's are to ..." More

Village Hotel & Leisure Club
"Good Points: Good food, nice bar Bad Points: Small room, shower not working General review: Staying there first time and i know for sure the last. Rooms are small, strange behaviour when ..." More

Paggliacci Italian Restaurant
"was a late christmas party from work but glad we went great food great atmosphere and friendly staff will go back and eat there.

Date visited: 17/1/2010 ..." More

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History tells us that Hyde built its fortune during the boom era of the Industrial Revolution (1790 -1869) when the cotton trade and coal mining was at its height in the area, indeed Hyde’s coat of arms include a cotton pattern and shuttle and as testament to the contribution made by the coal miners the coat of arms shows a miners axe and a Davy lamp. It is from this industrial heritage that Hyde grew into the town that it is today, the wealth brought into the area also brought social unrest but towards the end of the 19th century the future of Hyde was looking brighter, indeed Hyde by this time now had its own railway station – an indication of how important Hyde was becoming within the socio economic structure of Manchester. The turn of the century also saw a new social conscience rising and the town park opened as did new schools including the County School on Clarendon Road better known today as the Hyde Clarendon Sixth Form College. Hyde was quick to adapt to the economic changes that were happening, in particular the onset of the decline of the cotton industry, and in response Hyde started to attract more diverse industries including leather, rubber, engineering, glove works, chemicals and ice cream in order to secure its future. Today Hyde is an affluent town and this makes it the type of location that is popular with a wide range of people for a variety


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John Booth & Co Financial Services
Mortgage Quest Ltd
Scott Roberts Taylor & Co


Hyde Bangladesh Welfare Association


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Premier Inn Manchester Hyde *book online*

Care Home

Hyde Nursing Home Care Centre
The Sycamores Care Centre


D'Souza & Associates


Clarendon Medical Centre
Donneybrook Medical Centre
Haughton Thornley Medical Centre
The Brooke Surgery

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Powerhouse Health & Fitness Centre


Hyde Indoor Market

Hyde Outdoor Market

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Bay Horse
Buxton Inn
Chapman Arms
Cheshire Cheese Inn
Church Inn
Clarkes Arms
Crown & Cushion
Globe Inn
Hallbottom Gate Inn
King William IV
White Lion


Choices Restaurant
Clove Restaurant
Mamma Mia
Nawabi Balti Restaurant
Paggliacci Italian Restaurant

Passage to India
Stable’s Bistro


Alder High School
Bradley Green Primary School
Gee Cross Holy Trinity CE School
Godley Community Primary School
Greenfield Primary School
Oakfield County Primary School
St Catherine’s Preparatory School
St James Catholic Nursery & Primary School
St Paul’s RC Primary School


Booth Ince & Knowles
Chronnell Hibbert
Harrison Townend & Ormeshers
Knowles & Co
Leigh Primary School
Pluck Andrew & Co Solicitors


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Goldline Hollins

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Tameside Taxis


Hyde Festival Theatre
Hyde Little Theatre
Theatre Royal Onward


Michael Gourley

Sports Clubs

Hyde CC (Cricket)
Hyde United (Amateur Football)
Village Judokwai (Martial Arts)


Flowers By Margaret Anne
The Bluebell Centre
Taunton Pet Stores
Co-Op Pharmacy
D J Artingstall & Partner
Concept 2
Gabbotts Farm

Hot Food Kitchen
Village Cake Shop
Traditional Foods
Sweet Treats
The Golden Biscuit
John Dennis Greengrocers
Strawberry Garden
S Wilde & Sons
L Mitchell Opticians
Bliss Lingerie
The Music Box
Byle's of Hyde
Lee Print
Hyde Camera Centre Ltd
Lynx Interior Design Group
Hot Food Kitchens
Card Gem
Red Hot Pink
Greenhalgh's Bakery
Concept Menswear
Shoe Kabin
Kershaws Sweet Memories

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Premier Inn Manchester Hyde (1.10 miles)

Located at the end of M67, with excellent transport links to the rest of the Manchester area. This hotel is ideally positioned for a visit to the Peak District, leading directly on to the Trans ... More | visit website
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Hikers and Bikers B&B (3.01 miles)

Hikers and Bikers B&B

Hikers and Bikers B&B is a comfortable, cozy and well appointed guest house providing warm en-suite rooms with constant hot water, safe cycle storage and free car park an ideal stopover for cyclists and hikers ... More | visit website

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Barton Villa (3.11 miles)

Barton Villa

The Barton Villa Guesthouse is conveniently situated 7 miles from Manchester City centre.
The Barton Villa Guest House is situated close all road networks and attractions within the area. Barton Villa offers comfortable accommodation and offers ... More | visit website

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Mount Guest House (3.25 miles)

Mount Guest House
Mount Guest House offers accommodation in Audenshaw, Manchester, providing excellent modern facilities and warm hospitality. The Mount Guest House is renowned for its professional service, clean rooms, and friendly welcome. Situated in a quiet locale ... More | visit website
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Village Ashton Moss (3.68 miles)

Village Ashton Moss

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Village Ashton near Manchester has 120 top notch bedrooms with great facilities inclusing wide flat screen TV, Ipod docking station , air conditioning and free wifi.It houses a large, state ... More

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Oakfield Lodge (3.71 miles)

Oakfield Lodge

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Oakfield Lodge a family run guest house established in 1976. We offer a pleasant stay in the charming village of Marple and Marple bridge. Good transport links to Stockport and ... More

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Peakdale Lodge (3.75 miles)

Peakdale Lodge

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Peakdale Lodge is a family run B&B situated in the center of Glossop in the Peak District. Our rooms are all comfortable and well furnished with en-suite, tea and coffee ... More

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Welbeck House Hotel (3.77 miles)

Welbeck House Hotel

Convenient to the motorway network, this small family-owned hotel is approximately 6 miles from central Manchester and 3 miles from the Manchester Velodrome. The hotel is fully central heated, double glazed and has a private car ... More | visit website

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Windy Harbour Farm Hotel (3.87 miles)

Windy Harbour Farm Hotel

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Windy Harbour Farm Hotel is in the heart of Glossopdale Valley on the B6105, at the gateway to the Peak District. It boasts panoramic views of Derbyshire, including Longdendale and the Snake ... More

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Premier Inn Manchester (Denton) (3.99 miles)

Ideally located for access to the M60 and just 8 miles from Manchester city centre. Manchester Old Trafford and the City of Manchester stadiums are a bus ride away and Manchester Trafford Centre is only ... More | visit website

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