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    GM Ringway 3 East Didsbury - Bramhall (Nov 2020)

    Walking route mapped by  Andrew Read Photo
    1 year ago

    Starts near East Didsbury, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    6.711 miles
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    318 ft | 187 ft
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    About

    Stage 3 of the GM Ringway, Greater Manchester's long-distance trail, follows the pretty Ladybrook Valley that weaves through the suburbs of Stockport.

    Highlights include:

    - A riverside and woodland link route from East Didsbury to Cheadle Village
    - The Grade I-listed St Mary's Church in Cheadle, dating back to 1530
    - Quiet paths along the tree-lined Micker Brook
    - The 70-acre Bramhall Park, with its woodland, ponds, play area and cafe
    - Bramall Hall, a superb Tudor manor house (Grade I-listed)
    - Carr Wood Local Nature Reserve, a beautiful area of semi-ancient woodland in a gorge-like valley

    The stage links East Didsbury Metrolink and Bramhall train stations. For those with dogs, the start is a short way from East Didsbury train station. Both the start and end are also linked by a regular bus and are served by other buses to and from Manchester, Stockport and elswehere.

    Warnings

    Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

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