We can be easily found by following the directions:
M60 Junction 23 Exit towards A6140 Turn right onto Moss Way A6140,Turn right onto Guide Ln/A6017, Turn left onto Shepley Rd/B6169 The Mount Guest House about 200 yards on the left.
Guide Bridge Railway Station - 1/4 mile.
Manchester International Airport - 12 miles. 15 Minutes
National Cycling Centre - Manchester Velodrome
Manchester Velodrome is an indoor cycle-racing track in Manchester, which opened in 1994.Part of the National Cycling Centre. It was Britain's first indoor Olympic cycling track.It has become one of the World's finest and fastest board tracks.The track is in constant use seven days a week and, thanks to the comprehensive programme of activities for all levels of ability, and is the busiest in the world. From elite athletes to novices, the track offers sessions to anyone seeking to experience this exciting sport.
Denton Golf club - Manchester M34
Welcome To Denton Golf Club ManchesterDenton Golf Club is widely recognised as one of the best parkland golf courses in Manchester and the North West of England. Its situation adjacent to A57 at its junction with the M60 and M67. These excellent transport links combined with our facilities make it a popular venue for societies and visitors. Built in 1909 The course is mature, well kept, challenging and a pleasure to play. Denton Golf Club is well known for its excellent standard of catering and hospitality hosting events ranging from early morning breakfasts for societies through to weddings and other special occasions for up to 130 seated guests. The club design allows both members and guest attending events to be serviced separately without compromise.Our facilities include a good practise area with putting and chipping;buggies, electric trollies and push carts;a host of food and drink packages;and a very high quality well maintained golf course. Golf packages that can include food start from a little as Â£20 in the Summer and Â£15 in the winter and with the ability to hire buggies and electric trolleys, to help ease your way round, there is no better value for money way to spend the day on a premier golf course in the North West of England.Mid week âPay &Playâ visitors are always welcome.
Manchester City Football Club
Manchester City Football Club is a football club in Manchester, England. Founded in 1880 as St. Mark's, they became Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and Manchester City in 1894.Arena/Stadium:City of Manchester StadiumTraining ground:City of Manchester StadiumNicknames include:Man City, City, The Citizens, The Sky Blues
Manchester College of Arts and Technology
The needs of the learner are the focus of The Manchester College. We provide excellence in learning and training for the residents of Manchester and beyond. We offer an unprecedented range of courses, with clear choices and guidance for all our students.The Manchester College is based at many sites across Manchester. We have campuses in the north, south and centre of the city. Each site has its own specialist, cutting edge facilities and a friendly, supportive atmosphere.The College is ideally placed to offer a huge range of opportunities to learners of all ages.
Manchester United Football Club
Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878, the club changed its name to Manchester United in 1902 and moved to Old Trafford in 1910.Manchester United have won 20 league titles, the most of any English club, 11 FA Cups, four League Cups and a record 20 FA Community Shields. The club has also won three European Cups, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup. In 1998â99, the club became the first in the history of English football to achieve the treble of the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League.Nickname(s)The Red Devils, MUFC
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)The central Manchester campus is situated close to Manchesterâs city centre and we have a second campus in Cheshire, 36 miles from Manchester.The University is arranged into eight faculties, each providing specialist learning, teaching and research hubs for students at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development.Faculty of Business and LawCheshire campusFaculty of EducationFaculty of Health, Psychology and Social CareFaculty of Humanities, Languages and Social ScienceFaculty of Science and EngineeringHollings FacultyManchester School of Art
Museum of Science and Industry - Manchester
Based in one of the world's oldest railway stations, Liverpool Road Station, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry contains 15 galleries which not only educate and inform, but also amaze and entertain. Permanent exhibitions include the Air &Space Gallery, which is packed with planes and flying history memorabilia;Out of This World, a space gallery with interactive computer displays and simulations;the Making of Manchester, an exhibition about the city and it's industrial heritage;Underground Manchester, a walk through Manchester's Victorian Sewer system, complete with sounds and smells;Xperiment, a hands-on science centre with amazing special effects;the Gas &Electricity Galleries, which show these two powerful utilities changed people's lives;the Power Hall, which includes various large engines, steam engines among them;as well as many other exhibits.
Manchester Arena, managed and operated by SMG Europe, is one of the busiest venues in the world and the largest indoor arena in Europe.Since opening in 1995, the Arena has hosted the biggest names in live entertainment including U2, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Pavarotti and the record-breaking 2010/2011 residency by local comedian Peter Kay.In addition to live music, the venue has also staged some of the biggest events in the UK sporting calendar including several 2002 Commonwealth Games' events, the 2012 Olympic basketball warm-up match between team USA and GB, the 2008 FINA World Swimming Championships and international boxing bouts by Mike Tyson, David Haye, Joe Calzaghe and local champions Ricky Hatton and Amir Khan.Manchester Arena has also played a key part in the city's rich musical heritage with historic shows by local bands Take That, Oasis, Elbow, New Order, James, Happy Mondays, The Charlatans, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, M People, Doves, Inspiral Carpets, The Verve, Simply Red and The Courteeners.Attracting over one million visitors each year, the 21,000 capacity Arena is a former winner of the industry's prestigious International Venue of the Year award.
National Football Museum
The National Football Museum originally opened in Preston in 2001. Home to a collection of over 140,000 boots, balls, programmes, paintings etc (including the prestigious FIFA collection), it was situated at Preston North Endâs Deepdale ground. external funding was withdrawn and the doors closed to the public in 2010.Manchester City Council agreed to fund a new National Football Museum to be situated in the Urbis building, designed by Manchester architect Ian Simpson. After investment from the European Regional Development Fund, the National Football Museum opened in Manchester in July 2012.Over the first six weeks of opening the museum welcomed over 100,000 visitors and in just over two years over 1 million had walked through the turnstiles.Visitors from across the globe continue to enjoy world class objects (over 2,500 are on display at any one time), ground breaking inter-actives and a changing programme of temporary exhibitions, linking football to topics as diverse as fashion, history, art and World War 1.The museumâs president is Sir Bobby Charlton. Vice Presidents include Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Trevor Brooking and Sir Geoff Hurst. The museumâs Special Ambassador is Mark Lawrenson.
Manchester Museum is a museum displaying works of archaeology, anthropology and natural history and is owned by the University of Manchester
The Royal Northern College of Music
The RNCM is a leading international conservatoire located in the heart of Manchester, with a reputation for attracting talented students, teachers, conductors and composers from all over the world.Now in its fifth decade, the RNCM is relatively young but its rich history spans back to 1893 when Sir Charles HallÃ© founded the Royal Manchester College of Music. In 1973 this institution merged with the Northern School of Music, and the RNCM was born. Today, the College is a thriving conservatoire with around 320 teaching staff and over 800 students from 60 different countries.Complementing this role, the RNCM is also a vibrant live music venue offering unparalleled opportunities for students to perform regularly to public audiences and to work alongside professional musicians and visiting artists. Housing four major performance spaces, including a professionally-staffed, fully-equipped Theatre and recently refurbished Concert Hall, the College presents in excess of 400 concerts each year ranging from RNCM orchestras and ensembles and large-scale opera productions, to a host of touring companies and external hires.
John Rylands Library
The John Rylands Library is a late-Victorian neo-Gothic building on Deansgate in Manchester, England. The library, which opened to the public in 1900, was founded by Enriqueta Augustina Rylands in memory of her husband, John Rylands
In recent years the park has hosted some open-air theatre productions. In 2005 there was a performance of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. In the same year there was a production of Dracula by Feelgood Theatre Productions as well as a screening of Pulp Fiction with a film inspired set from the Fun Lovin' Criminals.The park has been the venue for the BBC's "Proms in the Park" on a number of occasions. There are often charity run events such as the 'Race for Life' and seasonal fairs are located near the Papal Monument. There is a large bonfire and firework display held on 5 November (Guy Fawkes Night) each year. The Shakespeare's Globe Theatre performs open-air theatre annually with performances of Shakespeare's greatest works in 2008, 2009 and A Midsummer Night's Dream in June 2010.Manchester band, Oasis, performed to a total audience of 210,000 over three nights in June 2009 and the newly reformed Stone Roses played three gigs on successive nights between 29 June and 1 July 2012, watched by a total audience of 225,000. It was announced in February 2013 that Manchester's annual Parklife Weekender music festival will be held at Heaton Park for the foreseeable future.Manchester band Courteeners played their biggest headline show to date at the park on 5 June 2015.
The Lowry - Salford Quays
A dazzling, award winning building in a stunning waterside location. One of the most exciting art galleries in Britain, explore L S Lowry's life and work in ways that might surprise you and discover something new in our other gallery spaces. One of the world's best venues for live entertainment, with an exceptional international programme of drama, dance, comedy and music. A great place for a superb value meal in our award winning restaurant. The Sunday afternoon rendezvous for great food and great free jazz, the first Sunday of the month in the Circle Bar, with the best of North West's jazz and World music artists. A great place to stimulate the whole family with fun activities and education programmes.
Imperial War Museum - North
Imperial War Museum North is a museum in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford in Greater Manchester, England. One of five branches of the Imperial War Museum, it explores the impact of modern conflicts on people and society.
Whitworth Art Gallery - Manchester
Internationally famous for its collections of art and design, the Whitworth Art Gallery which is part of the University of Manchester in northwest England, is home to an impressive range of watercolours, prints, drawings, modern art and sculpture, as well as the largest collections of textiles and wallpapers outside London. The Whitworth uses its collections to create changing exhibitions exploring different themes, as well as hosting a programme of innovative touring exhibitions. Curators regularly change the artworks on display in the galleries and provide access to reserve collections, especially for study purposes. A selection of tours, lectures, practical workshops and concerts accompanies the exhibition programme.
People's History Musuem
The People's History Museum in Manchester, England, is the United Kingdom's national centre for the collection, conservation, interpretation and study of material relating to the history of working people in the UK
Manchester Cathedral, formally the Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Mary, St Denys and St George, in Manchester, England, is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester, seat of the Bishop of Manchester and the city's parish church
Manchester Opera House
The Opera House in Quay Street, Manchester, England, is a 1920-seater commercial touring theatre that plays host to touring musicals, ballet, concerts and a Christmas pantomime. It is a Grade II listed building
Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester Art Gallery, formerly Manchester City Art Gallery, is a publicly owned art museum on Mosley Street in Manchester city centre.
Based in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, Tameside College is a further education college that offers a wide range of courses including Full-Time, Part-Time, Apprenticeships and University Level. We aim to give all our students an exceptional experience. We believe in excellence and we back that up with high standards, real working environments and great teaching. We also believe that attending college is about more than achieving a qualification, important though that is. That is why we aim to give every person the opportunity to develop their full potential in a supportive and friendly environment. The College offers first class education and training to improve employability and generate economic prosperity. The courses offered include Social Science, Law, Crime and Social Justice, Humanities and Teachings, Nursing and Midwifery, Business and ICT, Accounting, Arts and Design, Fashion, and Photography and Multimedia.
Trafford Centre - Manchester
The Trafford Centre has had a massive impact on Manchester. It boasts 280 shops, 35 restaurants and a 20-screen cinema under one roof, attracting shoppers from all over the north of England - a veritable cathedral for the consumer! With fancy fake palms, neo-classical columns and marble floors, the Trafford Centre aims to attract the discerning shopper. Stuffed with designer outlets including DKNY, Selfridges, Miss Sixty, Moschino, Calvin Klein, Diesel and Lacoste to name but a few, it really has revolutionised the shopping horizon for Mancunians - and their eager visitors. Even better, the mall has ample free parking for those who wish to shop without racing out of the store to add money to the parking meter.
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
The Bridgewater Hall is Manchester's City Centres international concert venue, built at a cost of around Â£42 million to give the best possible space for music. The Hall hosts over 250 performances a year including classical music, rock, pop, jazz, world music and much more.The Hall is home to three resident orchestras:the HallÃ©, the BBC Philharmonic and Manchester Camerata. The Hall also programmes its own classical music season, the International Concert Series. The Hall works with a range of promoters and charity hirers on other programming.