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  1. Add Runway Visitor Park to your Itinerary

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    Runway Visitor Park

    Altrincham

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    The Runway Visitor Park at Manchester Airport is home to five aircraft, including the legendary Concorde G-BOAC. The Park’s other aircraft are Nimrod, the DC-10, Trident and the AVRO RJX. Learn more about them below.

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    Quarry Bank Mill

    Wilmslow

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    A working 18th Century water powered cotton mill set in beautiful National Trust country parkland in the Cheshire village of Styal.

  3. Add Wythenshawe Youth Theatre to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe Youth Theatre

    Manchester

    Wythenshawe Youth Theatre was organised to advance the education of young people living in Wythenshawe and surrounding areas.

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  1. Add The Vegetarian Society to your Itinerary

    The Vegetarian Society

    ALTRINCHAM

    The Vegetarian Society is the place to go for everything you want to know about the world of vegetarian food. Our mission is to inspire, inform and enable people to be vegetarian.

  2. Add The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage) to your Itinerary

    The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage)

    Manchester

    The Old Parsonage is a Grade II listed building situated opposite St James' Church, adjacent to the original village green of Didsbury, Manchester. The building and gardens were left to the citizens of the City of Manchester by Alderman Fletcher…

  3. Add Walkden Gardens to your Itinerary

    Walkden Gardens

    Manchester

    Known locally as the 'Maze', probably due to the ingenious layout of the beech hedges that border the various sections of the gardens.

  4. Add Waterside Arts Centre to your Itinerary

    Waterside Arts Centre

    Sale

    Waterside Arts Centre is home to a variety of flexible arts & events spaces including the Lauriston Gallery and Robert Bolt theatre.

  5. Add Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve

    MANCHESTER

    Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve is a 58 hectacre site designated as Site of Biological Importance, with a wonderful mix of woodland and meadows. 

  6. Add Bramall Hall to your Itinerary

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    Bramall Hall

    Stockport

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    This magical Tudor manor house is set in 60 acres of parkland with lakes, woods and gardens. The house contains 16thC wall paintings, Elizabethan fine plaster ceilings, Victorian kitchens and servants' quarters.

  7. Add Wythenshawe Community Farm to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe Community Farm

    Wythenshawe, Manchester

    Wythenshawe Community Farm is a registered charity and was established in 1984. This town community farm can be visited as one of the many facilities within Wythenshawe Park.

  8. Add Wythenshawe Park to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe Park

    Manchester

    Extensive glasshouses where total plant stock for city parks and civic buildings is propagated. Elizabethan house set in 109 acres of parkland.

  9. Add The Linotype Estate to your Itinerary

    The Linotype Estate

    Broadheath, Altrincham

    Remains of a village created between 1897 and 1901 by the Linotype Facttry for its workforce. Possibly inspired by Saltaire in Bradford or Bournville in Birmingham.

  10. Add NGS Open Garden: 17 Poplar Grove to your Itinerary

    NGS Open Garden: 17 Poplar Grove

    Sale

    This Garden is "deceptively" spacious being two gardens joined together. The owner is a ceramic artist/landscape designer. Features include; sculpture garden; pebble mosaic 'cave', scented area and living roof.

  11. Add Wythenshawe Hall to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe Hall

    Manchester

    A splendid timber-framed house dating from Tudor times, set in the beautiful grounds of Wythenshawe Park in South Manchester.

  12. Add Altrincham Football Club to your Itinerary

    Altrincham Football Club

    Altrincham

    Altrincham Football Club (nickname The Robins) play in the Vanarama National League. The ground is a short 10 minute walk from Altrincham town centre.

  13. Add Bruntwood Park to your Itinerary

    Bruntwood Park

    Cheadle

    Bruntwood Park provides recreational and sporting facilities to all visitors.

  14. Add Chorlton Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Park

    Manchester

    Opened in 1928 now home to a bowls pavilion, children's playground, basketball court and football areas.

  15. Add Fletcher Moss Park to your Itinerary

    Fletcher Moss Park

    Manchester

    Renowned for their botanical beauty, the gardens contain many antiquated and unusual plants and flowers. The park has many of its original features. One being the orchid houses situated in the Parsonage Gardens adjacent to Fletcher Moss.

  16. Add Chorlton Water Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Water Park

    Chorlton, Manchester

    Local nature reserve and site of biological importance. Canoeing, dinghy, sailing, windsurfing, angling, horse riding, orienteering, model boating and children's play area.

  17. Add Walton Park to your Itinerary

    Walton Park

    Sale

    A park in Sale with bowling greens and pavilion, tennis courts,  football pitch, enclosed play area for children under five years, a play area for children under 14 years and a miniature railway.

  18. Add St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Church

    Bowdon, Altrincham

    Open for visitors Sunday's from 2 pm to 4pm. Pick up a guide on entering the church - a treasure hunt is available especially for children. The present church is probably the fifth to stand on the site and was consecrated in 1860.

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