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Bramall Hall is a magnificent black and white timber-framed Tudor manor house, with Victorian additions, spanning six centuries and set in 70 acres of parkland.
Where is Cheadle Hulme?
Historically the town is in Cheshire and is situated on the Cheshire Plain in the Ladybrook Valley. It is 7.5 miles south east of Manchester and 2.3 miles from Stockport, with an Ordinance Survey grid reference of SJ872870. Cheadle Hulme has been in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport since 1974 and is a suburban town with good transport links. It mainly consists of 20th century buildings and houses although there are a few buildings dating from the 16th century. In the 2011 census the population was 12954
2011 Census results for Cheadle Hulme North
- Population : 12954
- No. Of Households : 5630
- Average Household : 2.30
- Area (hectares) : 339
- Population Density : 38.20 people per hectare
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Famous Folk From Cheadle Hulme
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