Stockport Places

A Town in Greater Manchester

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Reddish
2 miles north of Stockport, and historically a part of Lancashire, Reddish grew and developed rapidly during the Industrial Revolution and still retains landmarks from that period, such as the former textile mill, Houldsworth Mill.

Romiley
Romiley is a suburban area having quite rural surroundings with Etherow Country Park, the largest country park in Stockport, to the east, Brabyns Park to the south and Romiley Golf course to the north.

Woodford
Woodford is the most southerly point of Greater Manchester, broadly consists of a ribbon of properties concentrated along the A5102 road, around which is open countryside. Woodford Aerodrome opened in 1924 for Avro, and produced aircraft such as the Avro Lanca...

Poynton
Poynton is a small town in Cheshire, in the North West of England, which lies 7 miles north from Macclesfield and 5 miles south of Stockport.
 
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