Altrincham is in Cheshire, but is ruled by Greater Manchester.
There are places where Manchester (a city) adjoins Cheshire (a county), and also places within the historic boundaries of Cheshire that are now in the county of Greater Manchester.
Manchester airport is actually in Cheshire.
No, runway 2 is in Cheshire
Sale is in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester. Historically, it was in Cheshire.
Yes, Yes is it Cheshire is a county in the North West of England and the County Town in Chester. It is bordered by Greater Manchester, but not in it ~ I know this sounds strange but at least one place (Stockport) is within the historic boundaries of the county of Cheshire, even the postal address is still Cheshire, but it is now part of Greater Manchester. Even stranger, within living memory, although Stockport was supposedly in Cheshire the parts of Stockport on the northerly side of the River Mersey were officially and historically in Lancashire. (the same as Manchester was)
no harry styles lives in cheshire,
Most people now say Stockport is in Greater Manchester, along with Rochdale, Oldham etc but it was originally in Cheshire before Greater Manchester Borough was formed. I would stick to the original roots and say Cheshire :) Hope this helped! Stockport lies within the historic county boundaries of Cheshire but not in Cheshire's administrative boundaries. Since 1974 Stockport has been a Metropolitan Borough of the Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester was created to enhance and provide a harmonious local government of the built up areas around South East Lancashire and North East Cheshire. The creation of Greater Manchester did not intent to alter the historic county boundaries of Cheshire or persuade local people to alter their loyalties to Cheshire- this was confirmed by the government at the time. Stockport therefore lies within the ancient County Boundaries of Cheshire that were created in the 12th Century. For modern administrative reasons it forms part of Greater Manchester (note it is not part of the city of Manchester). Many people either refer to Stockport as in Cheshire, Greater Manchester or Both- all of which are correct. Cheshire is also the postal county of Stockport.
Wythenshawe is in a district in the south of the city of Manchester, England. In 1931, it was transferred from its historical position in the county of Cheshire, to the city of Manchester.
North west of England, bordered by Greater Manchester and Merseyside to the north and Wales to the west.