Wincle & Danebridge Parish
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Getting here

 

Directions

From Congleton: Take the A54 towards Buxton. Follow this and cross the A523 at Bosley traffic lights. At the Fourways Motel, turn right onto Barlow Hill (signposted Wincle) for the church, school, Ship Inn and trout farm. Or continue on the A54 for the Wild Boar, Hammerton Knowl Farm and Allmeadows.

From Macclesfield: Take the A523 towards Leek. At traffic lights after Macclesfield town centre, either go straight on, turning left onto A54 at Bosley crossroads and follow directions above. Or turn left into Byrons Lane, signposted Sutton, Langley and Wincle. Follow this road through Sutton village, past the Ryles Arms on your left until you join the A54. Turn left towards Buxton and follow directions as from Congleton.

From Leek: Take the A523 towards Macclesfield. Either continue on this road turning right onto the A54 at Bosley, or turn right where signposted to Heaton. Take the first right after this this and follow signs to Danebridge and Wincle, maintaining a straight course on lanes ignoring turnoffs. This will bring you to Danebridge and to Wincle after crossing the bridge.

From Buxton: Take the A537 towards Macclesfield, then turn left onto the A54 to Congleton. Either turn left at the crossroads after the Rose and Crown, signposted to Wincle. Follow the lane past Hilltop Farm to the school and church. Turn left here for the Ship Inn, trout farm and river. Or follow the A54 to the Fourways Motel, turning left onto Barlow Hill and down into Wincle.

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By train: The nearest station is Macclesfield, where there is a taxi rank (although you may have to give the driver directions!)

By bus:

Parking
Because of the terrain and lack of avialble public space, there are no dedicated large car parks in Wincle or Danebridge. There is parking for customers at the Ship Inn, the Wild Boar and the Trout Farm, and on the road near the bridge over the Dane. Motorists are asked to park with care and consideration for residents, as it can get very busy on sunny weekends.

 
   

 

 

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