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Located in the North West, between the cosmopolitan city of Manchester and the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Moors, Oldham has something for everyone. Rich in industrial heritage, Oldham offers fun to visitors and residents as well. Visit Oldham's many attractions, catering for all tastes, art lovers to outdoor enthusiasts. You can shop, sail, visit the cafes and pubs and have merry time.
Named after river Tame, Tameside is a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester in North West England. The Central Art Gallery in Ashton-under-Lyne has been totally refurbished to provide three excellent galleries. Paintings, sculptures and textiles are part of wide range of temporary exhibitions on show at the gallery.
Ashton city is a wonderful place to live or just visit! One of our most outstanding natural resources of the Ashton is certainly the magnificent view that can be had of the Teton Mountains rising out of the gently rolling farmland to the southeast. You can get more spectacular views of the low forested hills of the Targhee National Forest. Discover the Tameside Trail, which gives you the chance to experience countryside on the edge of the Pennines.
A large market town in Greater Manchester, England, Rochdale lies amongst the foothills of the Pennines on the River Roch. The town is surrounded by several smaller settlements which together form the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale. Fantastic views of open moorland Rochdale, the place and is famous as the birthplace of the Co-operative Movement as well as being the home of Gracie Fields and many other famous sons and daughters.
Saddleworth in the West Riding of Yorkshire covers over 18,000 acres much of which is open land with breathtaking views from hills over looking scenic valleys. Most of the population resides in beautiful villages, each with their own distinct character. The area is rich in history with many myths and legends. The Brown hill Countryside Centre, just below the Saddleworth viaduct (which was opened in 1949 to carry the Manchester to Huddersfield railway) is well worth a visit. It has lots of information on local wildlife. The canal is to the rear where a pleasant walk can be undertaken down stream to the Museum and Art Gallery at Uppermill.
Greater Manchester
Situated in the North West of England, Manchester is the great industrial city of Britain and has plenty of opportunities for great day trips. The area has attractions that are ancient and modern, small and grand with a particular emphasis on Britain's Industrial heritage. Notable places to visit include the Lowry Gallery, Dunham Massey Hall and the many galleries of the city itself. The Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester is Britain's second largest city. Within its boundaries are two cities, Manchester and Salford, six towns, Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Stockport, Rochdale and Wigan, and the two newly created boroughs of Tameside and Trafford.
Plenty of great stuffs to do and visit while you are in Halifax. From breathtaking scenery of West Yorkshire countryside to talking talks in the wild, such as to Hardcastle Crags, a beautiful wooded valley maintained by the National Trust. If venturing is not your type of fun then enjoy the Eureka! Museum, the magnificent Wainhouse Tower, Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Hardcastle Crags, Manor Heath Park and much more.
Huddersfield is a large town in West Yorkshire which is a hub for the local area. It grew to its large size during the Industrial Revolution, and much remains of this era. Today, however, Huddersfield is more famous for its football club and university. It has plenty of shops, hotels, eateries and other businesses.

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