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Macclesfield is an old silk-manufacturing town with character derived from its steep streets and 18th and 19th-century mills.
Its oldest church, St Michael’s, has been largely rebuilt but still retains the battlemented look of its medieval origins and is reached, on one side, by 108 steps.
Black-and-white timbered houses line hilly streets which look east over the green Bollin Valley towards the Peak District.
Gawsworth Hall is an attractive half-timbered manor house built mainly in the late 15th century. It was the home of Mary Fitton, Maid of Honour to Elizabeth I and the supposed ‘Dark Lady’ of Shakespeare’s sonnets. The estate includes an orangery, a tilting ground and a large walled park.
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