Villages & Resorts in Staffordshire (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... this little and ancient (over 1000 years old) market town. The people are so friendly here, despite the fact that they couldn't decide if I was a cockney or australian (I'm neither) and that it took me a while to get used to the local accent. Now that I've got kids of my own, we decided to move back to Cheadle. Reasons: it's small, but not too small. It's close to Birmingham, Stoke on Trent, Manchester, the big motorways, Sheffield, Leeds ... all these places are an hour away max. It's got all the amenities within walking distance - supermarkets, pubs (apparently the highest number per capita in the UK - wahey!), co... more
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by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 31/10/00 (Very useful, 156 readings)
No I haven't got my geography wrong. I'm writing about Cheadle, Staffs not one of the other Cheadles in Manchester. Best known as "that place near Alton Towers", many of you will have driven through Cheadle to get to the famous theme park without even knowing you were here. It's 6 miles from Towers, as it's locally called, 11 miles from Stoke On Trent, about 15 miles from Stafford, 12 miles or so from Ashbourne and has a motorway on either side (M1 and M6, both about 30 mins away). Cheadle sits in a little valley at the south western end of the Peak District and is the most beautiful place on Earth, in my opinion. ... Read the complete review
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