Glossop (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... was a mill town - nowadays it's a sizeable market town, popular with commuters due to the easy half-hour train journey to Manchester. Surrounded by hills, virtually every house has 'stunning views' (an estate agent's delight!) and you can get out into beautiful countryside really quickly. There are loads of lovely local walks - it's possible to explore a lot of the Dark Peak including Kinder Scout without going very far afield at all. In fact, Glossop would make a great base for a walking holiday. The town itself is an interesting place for a day out - there are some familiar 'High Street' names like Boots and Costa Coffee, and there... more
Customer Glossop (England) Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 163 readings)
So, where is Glossop? Well, it nestles in a valley on the edge of the Peak District. It's technically in Derbyshire, though it's right on the very edge, miles and miles away from Derby. It has Stockport postcodes, the nearest main hospital is Tameside, and the borough council is High Peak. Most people seem to know it because of driving through it from Sheffield to Manchester, or vice versa (the infamous Snake Pass and Woodhead Pass are the main routes through). Older local accents are more Lancashire than anything, but the youngsters have much more of a Mancunian accent. All in all, enough to cause an identity crisis! Historically, Glossop was a mill town - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/01, updated on 26/10/01 (Very useful, 748 readings)
Glossop in itself is a lovely little town situated near the hills. In itself I said, add people and you have something that really does resemble a scene out of The League of Gentlemen. This place is over flowing with weirdo’s. Even the children are weird. They are usually the ones untouched by madness, the sane little individuals of a town. Not here. They are born weird and spend most of their lives being weird. The only thing which they can do to prevent a life long torment of being weird is to leave. And that for a Glossopian is also weird. These people are smashing. They don’t even know it. I’ll now take a different approach to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/01, updated on 11/01/01 (Useful, 216 readings)
Before I start I better say that I am writing from a slightly biased opinion because Glossop is the place I have felt most at home at (Iv'e moved a round a bit) I think that Glossop is a great town with lots of good things. Firstly its right near the peak district, lots of beutiful countryside. Its also near Manchester city center (approx half an hours train/car journey) so lots of shopping, jobs, entertainment,pubs,clubs etc. Glossop also has the highest ratio of pubs to people in England so you are spoilt for choice on that front! If you are in the area its definately worth a visit. Here are some places I would recomend. The George hotel (opposite the train ... Read the complete review
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