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,
Frodsham is a market town in Cheshire, England. It is 16 miles south of Liverpool and 28 miles southwest of Manchester.
North west of England, bordered by Greater Manchester and Merseyside to the north and Wales to the west.
It lies within the historic boundaries of Cheshire, although not administratively in the county of Cheshire. For administrative purposes it lies within the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport which was created in 1974 as part of the new administrative metropolitan county of Greater Manchester under the guidelines of the Redcliffe Maud Report. The Government stated at the time that the new administrative/ metropolitan counties were not aimed at changing the the historic boundaries of counties or affecting the loyalties that residents hold the these counties; but rather improving the administrative functions of areas. Royal mail did not use Greater Manchester as a postal county due to confusion with the postal town of Manchester. Therefore residents may use their historic counties of Cheshire or Lancashire on postal addresses. So yes, It lies within the Historic Boundaries of Cheshire but administratively in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport. Marple Bridge was once part of Derbyshire but this was transferred to Cheshire in the 1930's. It is of note that the Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester ceases to exist in an administrative form since 1986, although the county exists in law and for ceremonial purposes.
This is a county in the North-West of England, just south of Manchester and Liverpool and just east of Wales.
Cheshire cheese and cheshire pork pies!
Julie Ramwell has written: 'Joseph and James Harrop of Manchester' -- subject(s): Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society
Cheshire Catalyst goes by Richard Cheshire.
The address of the Cheshire Public Library is: 104 Main St., Cheshire, 06410 2499
Carol Nash insurance is based in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, specializing in motorcycle insurance to customers in the UK and Ireland. The headquarters street address is 110 Manchester Road, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 1NU.
The address of the Cheshire Historical Society is: Po Box 281, Cheshire, CT 06410-0281
Knutsford is located in the aunitary authority area of Cheshire East. The town is about 15 minutes southwest from Manchester, and about 11 miles northwest of Macclesfield.
Stephen Fry voiced Cheshire , the Cheshire Cat .
0161 is the area code for Manchester. (0161) 419 covers mostly Stockport in Cheshire. However, with number portability, any particular 0161 number might be located anywhere in the greater Manchester 0161 zone.
The Cheshire Cat is a cat.
'Cheshire grin' seems to be a phrase derived directly from the famous grinning Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. The cat was itself based on the well known phrase 'grin like a Cheshire cat'. So a 'Cheshire grin' is an enormous grin, reminiscent of the Cheshire Cat's.
Leonard Cheshire was born on September 7, 1917, in Chester, Cheshire, England, UK.