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  1. Add Marple Locks to your Itinerary

    Marple Locks

    Marple, Glossop

    This flight of 16 working locks was built in 1805 to connect the Lower and Upper Peak Forest Canals. They are the second deepest in the country and raise the canal 209 feet to a summit height of 518 feet above sea level.

  2. Add Bruntwood Park to your Itinerary

    Bruntwood Park

    Cheadle

    Bruntwood Park provides recreational and sporting facilities to all visitors.

  3. Add Douglas Valley and Dean Wood to your Itinerary

    Douglas Valley and Dean Wood

    Douglas Valley provides a wealth of opportunity for walking, exploring or simply sitting at one of a number of canal-side inns.

    Dean Wood within the Douglas Valley is one of the few remaining large areas of ancient woodland in Wigan.

  4. Add Healey Dell Gallery to your Itinerary

    Healey Dell Gallery

    Shawclough, Rochdale

    Healey Dell is one of Rochdale's hidden gems. An area of outstanding beauty that has been officially designated a Nature Reserve and is rich in industrial archaeology.

  5. Add Depot at Mayfield to your Itinerary

    Depot at Mayfield

    Manchester

  6. Add Piethorne Valley to your Itinerary

    Piethorne Valley

    Newhey, Milnrow

    2 miles from Newhey, the 6 reservoirs in the Piethorne Valley are surrounded by open moorland.

  7. Add Bolton Steam Museum to your Itinerary

    Bolton Steam Museum

    Bolton

    The Museum is operated by the Northern Mill Engine Society, who have rescued and restored 25 of the old stationary steam engines which once powered the cotton mills of Lancashire and Yorkshire.

  8. Add Happystorm Theatre CIC to your Itinerary

    Happystorm Theatre CIC

    47 Chorlton Street, Manchester

    Committed to producing exciting new writing; bringing relevant, dynamic theatre to Salford and beyond.

  9. Add Peel Tower and Holcombe Hill to your Itinerary

    Peel Tower and Holcombe Hill

    Ramsbottom

    This well known Bury landmark was built in 1852, erected in tribute to one of Bury's most famous sons, Sir Robert Peel. Peel was the founder of the Police force and Prime Minister 1841-1846.

  10. Add KickAir to your Itinerary

    KickAir

    Manchester

    Kickair is the largest indoor activity park in the North West of England. It has an array of activities, including, exclusive rights to the Robokeeper, trampolines, climbing walls, soft play and much more.

  11. Add Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre to your Itinerary

    Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre

    Bolton

    The home of Fred Dibnah, Bolton's very own world famous steeplejack, has recently been purchased and is now open as a heritage centre.

  12. Add Roman Lakes Leisure Park to your Itinerary

    Roman Lakes Leisure Park

    Stockport

    Deep in the beautiful lower reaches of the Goyt Valley, nestling on the edge of the Peak District, south of Manchester, lies the picturesque and tranquil Roman Lakes Leisure Park.

  13. Add The Rising Sun to your Itinerary

    The Rising Sun

    Manchester

    The Rising Sun is a traditional pub hidden away down a Deansgate side street.

  14. Cutting Room Square

    Manchester

    Set amongst artwork inspired by the rich history of the textile industry in Ancoats.

  15. Add Etherow Country Park and Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Etherow Country Park and Local Nature Reserve

    Stockport

    Etherow Country Park covers approximately 92 hectares on the site of an old cotton mill. The park offers a variety of leisure pursuits with events and educational services.

  16. Add House of Raja's to your Itinerary

    House of Raja's

    Bolton

    An award-winning Asian superstore featuring vibrant sarees, some hand-sewn, from all over the Far East and an extensive range of Asian food and cooking utensils.

  17. Add Millgate Arts Centre to your Itinerary

    Millgate Arts Centre

    Oldham

    Plays, films, concerts, dance shows, art exhibitions, community events and more take place at the Millgate Arts Centre. It has recently been refurbished and has up to date lighting and sound rigs.

  18. The Cotton Rooms

    Oldham

    The Cotton Rooms on Rock Street is located in Heart of Oldham

    The Cotton Rooms consist of three function suites. One of the suites has recently been refurbished can seat up to 300 people.

  19. Add Chat Moss to your Itinerary

    Chat Moss

    Salford

    Chat Moss comprises some 30% of Salford. Within its 2750 hectares, it comprises the largest area of Grade 1 and 2 farmland in Greater Manchester and contains the largest block of semi natural woodland in Greater Manchester.

  20. Add Firwood Fold to your Itinerary

    Firwood Fold

    Bolton

    The birthplace of Samuel Crompton - inventor of the Spining Mule which revolutionised the cotton industry. Step back over 500 years at Firwood Fold, the charming hamlet of former farm workers' cottages.

  21. Add Flixton Gardens to your Itinerary

    Flixton Gardens

    Flixton

    Ralph Wright whose family had grown to be wealthy landowners in Flixton built Flixton House and Gardens in 1806. In 1935, the Council acquired Flixton House and grounds and opened it as a park.

    The grounds include a walled garden, rose garden and…

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