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  1. Add Ashton Canal to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    The Ashton Canal forms part of the ‘Cheshire Ring’ and links the Huddersfield Narrow and Peak Forest Canals with the Rochdale and Bridgewater Canals.

  2. Add Cheshire Cookery School to your Itinerary

    Altrincham

    Come and experience a whole world of cooking where passion for food is the key ingredient. Our cookery school is set in comfortable modern surroundings which incorporate the most up to date equipment in a professional yet informal way.

  3. Add Woodacre Stables to your Itinerary

    Radcliffe

    Woodacre Stables is a new horse riding business that has just opened up in Radcliffe.

  4. Add Mersey Valley Kickety Brook to your Itinerary

    Stretford

    Access is off Hawthorn Lane, or Chester Road, Stretford. Popular with walkers, cyclists and horseriders alike. Be sure to wear boots or wellingtons if you are on foot. The path goes through a good mix of habitats for spotting a wide range of wildlife

  5. Add Oldham Way to your Itinerary

    Oldham

    The Oldham Way is a 40 mile walk through the beautiful and varied countryside of Oldham borough which winds through the relics of the local industrial heritage, including the route of a steam tramway. Leaflets for the seven sections are available...

  6. Add Walkden Heritage Trail to your Itinerary

    Walkden

    Walkden -A Heritage Walk around a former Coal and Cotton Town. Seven information boards located on a 1.8 mile walk around the town highlighting the industrial and civic history over the last 300 years.

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