Adlington Hall
Adlington Hall

Macclesfield is a large town once a major silk centre. Some of the old mills now serve as shops or upmarket apartments for residents who may commute to Manchester. On the edge of the Peak District Macclesfield attracts visitors for its setting and attractions including grand halls and nearby Jodrell Bank... Read More

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FOMFEST - Friends of Mine Festival
Garden Sculpture Trail
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June
Barnaby Festival
July
The Annual Classic Sports Car Sunday
August
Heritage Opera
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Heritage Opera
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Bonfire & Firework Display
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Shrigley Hall

Shrigley Hall

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Barceló Shrigley Hall Hotel, close to Manchester, is an impressive manor house in leafy Cheshire countryside. Within the grounds are a health and fitness club and a championship golf course. The historical ... More

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Bridge Hotel

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The Cat & Fiddle

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Moorhayes House

Moorhayes House
We look forward to welcoming you to our comfortable home, set in its own gardens with ample car park, half a mile north of the town centre on the A538.

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