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Built in 1775 by local industrialist Charles Roe a handsome Church .
The Gateway Gallery specialises in paintings by Modern British Artists, particularly those who are grouped together under the label “ The Northern School ”.
A small Gallery on charming cobbled Church st selling a mixture of contemporary paintings, prints and photographs with a good selection of ipictures of Macclesfield.
The Heritage Centre is a splendid georgian building originally built as a Sunday School for Mill workers it now houses Silk costumes from 1830’s to the present day + illustrated history of silk production in Macclesfield. Roe Street
Hidden away, an intriguing find: airy Galley with quality work, select design led shop and tea and coffee room. Plus sunny courtyard with tables.
A delightful working studios with an exhibition space of work for sale.
Macclesfield Forest is a working forest located in the east of Cheshire close to Macclesfield and Langley and Wildboarclough Villages.
A fascinating Museum in a former Art School Building showing the design, production & science of woven & printed silk, silk worms & interactive displays. Plus temporary exhibitions during Summer.Newly opened Tea Room
Macclesfield Riverside Park is owned by Cheshire East Borough Council and is managed as a country park by the Bollin Valley Partnership
A working Silk Mill which closed for business in the 1980s but is lovingly maintained to show the working machinery of 26 jaquard looms with experienced guides showing silk production from raw silk to finished lengths.Paradise Mill, Park Lane
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