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Limo Hire Cheshire - Alderly Edge

Limo Chehsire, part of Earls Limousines thrives on providing a quality, reliable and safe limo hire services for all of our clients and customers.
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Alderley Edge is a village and civil parish in Cheshire, England. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 4,409, whilst the district ward "Alderley Edge" had a population of 4,408. It was an urban district from 1894 to 1974, when it became a civil parish in the Borough of Macclesfield.
Alderley Edge lies some 8 kilometres (5 mi) to the northwest of Macclesfield and 20 kilometres (12.4 mi) south of Manchester. It is situated at the base of a dramatically steep and thickly wooded sandstone ridge - the Edge, which is the area's chief topographical feature - overlooking the Cheshire Plain.

The Edge itself sits above the village of Alderley and is a popular destination for day trippers from Manchester and the nearby towns of Wilmslow and Macclesfield; it is now owned by the National Trust and maintained as a public access wooded area. The whole woodland is riddled with old mine workings and relics of by-gone times. The Edge is an escarpment formed partly by the weathering of resistant sandstone which lies on top of a softer sandstone and partly by faulting of the rocks. The scarp or slope is repeated 8 times by faults of up to 200 metres which has thrown down blocks of sandstone west to Alderley and east to the village of Kirkleyditch (OS Reference SJ8778).
In 1882, George Ormerod in his book The History of Cheshire described Alderley Edge as "an abrupt and elevated ridge, formerly the site of a Beacon, which bears the appearance of having been detached by some great convulsion of nature from the range of the Macclesfield hills, as Helsby and Beeston seem to have been from those of Delamere and Peckforton. Near the summit, "cobalt ore, lead, and copper have been got in small quantities. The sides are varied with cultivated "land, wood, and rock; and the entire mass presents a striking object to all the surrounding district, over which it commands a most extensive prospect."
The Edge was described as a dreary common till the year 1779, when it was enclosed together with all the other waste lands of Alderley. Some hundreds of Scotch firs were planted on the highest points by Sir James and Sir Edward Stanley (Baron Stanley of Alderley), between the years 1745 and 1755, before that time, it does not appear that a single tree grew on it. An edge was a name used as a descriptive term for high land in Cheshire and adjacent counties, such as in Wenlock Edge and Blackstone Edge. Here it describes a ridge of land which separates a narrow and short valley from the higher ground of south east Cheshire and Derbyshire. It rises gradually from the town of Macclesfield, until, at a distance of 7 or 8 kilometres, it terminates abruptly, having reached a height of nearly 215 metres above sea level, and 110 above the Cheshire Plain below it. The form assumed by the Edge towards the north, in its steepest descent from the Beacon, is that of an inverted horse-shoe or hough (pronounced huff), as this type of ridge is called in Cheshire.
From the Edge, The Cheshire Plain, can be seen extending from the area of Macclesfield Forest on the south east side with its with undulating land and woods, towards the extreme easterly point of the Derbyshire peaks, and northerly to Manchester and Blackstone Edge in Yorkshire, On its southern side, it extends from a richer and more varied foreground, south to the Wrekin in Shropshire, and west to the mountains of North Wales. To the south west, the Plain is interrupted by similar high ground at The Cloud near Bosley and Mow Cop as it reaches its extremities at Peckforton Hills, Beeston Castle, and the Delamere Forest. These views unite into one when you reach the highest point of the Edge, where before the trees were planted, now concealing part of the view, one could have seen the full 360° panorama of the country around to a great distance. Today the view from the Edge itself is limited to the northerly and easterly directions. The Edge also marks the line of a hamlet of scattered houses called "The Hough" which descend towards Alderley village.