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Limo Hire Cheshire - Cheadle & Cheadle Hulme

Limo Cheshire, part of Earls Limousines thrives on providing a quality, reliable and safe limo hire services for all of our clients and customers.
We offer hire of our stretched limousines for all of the below events and more.
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Planned a Hen night in Cheadle Hulme, our safe and reliable Limo hire services will make sure you enjoy your Hen night out and when its all over we'll take you home or back to your hotel in Cheadle Hulme.
8, 10, 12,14,16, 18 seater limousines available.

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We have a large fleet, any of which can be used on your wedding day to ferry the bride, groom and passengers to your wedding venues.

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Cheadle is a small town in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester, England. It borders the districts of Cheadle Hulme, Gatley, Hazel Grove, Bramhall, and Edgeley in Stockport, and the Didsbury area of Manchester.

Moseley Hall Grammar School was located in Cheadle and was the first state grammar school founded under the Education Act 1944. The original site of the school was opposite the foot of School's Hill and bordered a small river, Micker Brook, (also known as Ladybrook, a tributary of the River Mersey when flowing through nearby Bramhall). The school 3.3 mile cross-country run included a fording of the river near the Seven Arches viaduct landmark close to Cheadle Hulme. The school's Christmas service was always held in St. Mary's church in the village. The school was co-educational until 1956 when the girls moved to the newly built Cheadle County Grammar school for Girls. The girls situated in the 6th form remained on the Moseley Hall site so as to not interrupt their final year's education.
In the early 1970s the school moved to a newly constructed building in Cheadle Hulme adjacent to the Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls. In the grounds of the school was a narrow gauge railway track and a diesel engine from a disused quarry, renovated by the boys and masters of the school. It was thought to be the only school with its own railway track in the UK. Later the school was renamed The Manor School, this joined with the Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls to become Margaret Danyers college. The building that was formerly the Moseley Hall Grammar School became the Moseley Building, and the Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls became the Bulkley Building. In 1995 this became a sixth form college and combined with the Marple Ridge college to become Ridge Danyers college. Overseen by the then president of the college Ian Wheeler (student side). The site of the original school in Cheadle became the "Village" hotel and leisure complex during the 1990s.

Cheadle Hulme

While it is contiguous with the larger districts of Cheadle (to the north) and Bramhall (to the east), Cheadle Hulme retains a distinct identity, with its own shopping centre and railway station with the railway running over the brick built Seven Arches Viaduct.

Part of Cheadle Hulme's Seven Arches Railway Viaduct
The village lies on the Lady Brook (Micker Brook), one of the tributaries of the River Mersey, flowing from the Poynton area, through Bramhall, Cheadle Hulme and joining the Mersey in Stockport. Cheadle Hulme railway station was the cut-off point for the different stages of the 2004 upgrade of the West Coast railway. The Old English place name Cheadle refers to ced "wood" as does leah "clearing in a wood" and may have been used since the 7th century. Viking influence in the 9th century may have introduced Danish field names such as hulm meaning "island in the fen" or "water meadow" which were used later in the modern name.
Cheadle Hulme is the home of the historic East Cheshire Chess Club, and Cheadle Hulme School, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2005. The village is home to two amateur theatre societies; Chads Theatre Company in Mellor Road and Players' Dramatic Society in Anfield Road, both of which own and operate their own purpose built theatres.
In 2007, Cheadle Hulme became the home of Waitrose's first purpose built retail outlet in the North of England which opened on 19th July 2007.

Its local newspaper is called Community News, which also covers Bramhall and Hazel Grove, distributing around 22,000 copies a week. Another local newspaper is the Stockport Express, covering the whole of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, available every Wednesday.
Cheadle Hulme is also on the edge of the GMPTE transport area, as the border between the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester and the county of Cheshire lies close by. It has been suggested by the GMPTE that Cheadle Hulme railway station becomes a Park and Ride station, as part of the investment in public transport.