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Telephone code: 01625
Postcode: SK10
Population: 51000
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Macclesfield Tips

Macclesfield’s tiny cinema is worth visiting for novelty value. Run by local volunteers and with only one or two films a week shown at 5 and 8 pm it occasionally even shows blockbusters but they tend to be a bit later than everywhere else. Watching a film here really feels like you’ve stepped back in time. To say more would spoil the experience. Mikey - resident

Mill Lane Chip Shop in Macclesfield is probably the best place to get decent fish and chips in the North West England but beware of very long queues - people actually queue out on the street in rain storms, the food is that good! James D - resident.

One of the most welcoming places I’ve ever visited with views of mountains from almost anywhere and plenty of cheap, easy parking. Go to the bus station and take a ride on the 58 bus to Buxton (once an hour at half past the hour) if you love mountain and moorland scenery, you won’t regret it. Mark T - frequent visitor.

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