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Shrigley Hall Hotel 4 Stars

Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, SK10 5SB Show on map  4.11 miles from Macclesfield
Shrigley Hall Hotel
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23c, Church Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6LB Show on map  0.16 miles from Macclesfield
Phone: +44 (0)1625 432221Online booking and availability
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£75.00per room per night
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Mottram Hall 4 Stars

Wilmslow Rd, Mottram St Andrew, Macclesfield, SK10 4QT Show on map  3.87 miles from Macclesfield
Mottram Hall
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Macclesfield is situated in Cheshire. There are several notable landmarks and tourist attractions in the local area, including a local football club and the King's School, which can be traced back to the 16th century. One of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world is situated in the area, AstraZeneca. Visitors should also make sure that stop by Town Hall, which dates back to 1823 and is a fine example of Georgian architecture. There are numerous shops in town as well as multiple eateries. Visitors will find the town is easy to reach and that there are several accommodations in Macclesfield as well as the immediate area.

Macclesfield is an English market town that is located in the area of Cheshire. The town of Macclesfield has a population of about fifty thousand six hundred and eighty eight. This town is the largest settlement within the borough of Macclesfield and the tow is also the home to the administrative centre for the borough. A person that comes from Macclesfield is commonly known as a Maxonian.

Thornton Square is located within a residential part of Macclesfield. Thornton Square came into the public eye via the media in 2002. This area was in the media as it was covered with policemen that spent eighteen months patrolling the areas and this led to the issuing of a lot of anti social behaviour orders to young people. The young people that were issued with these orders were accused of a number of offences including threatening, stealing, verbally abusive behaviour to name a few of the crimes.

Macclesfield is represented within the parliamentary constituency and this covers both the town and the surrounding area. Sir Nicholas Winterton who was first elected in 1971 currently represents the town at the level of local government.

The headquarters of the borough council of Macclesfield is located within the town hall in the town. The conservative party holds both the council seat and the parliamentary seat and they have done since 1918 and they have held overall control since 1976.

The whole of the borough of Macclesfield is twinned with the German area of Eckernforde. There are a vast number of attractions within the town and these include the local Macclesfield football club.

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