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Examples of "gatley"
The data in the table refers to the Cheadle and Gatley ward. The data comes from the 2001 UK census, when the ward name was Cheadle and the ward encompassed the whole of Gatley and a large part of Cheadle village. Gatley has never been an administrative district in its own right and no data for Gatley alone exists.
The data in the table refers to the Cheadle and Gatley ward. The data comes from the 2001 UK census, when the ward name was Cheadle and the ward encompassed the whole of Gatley and a large part of Cheadle village. Gatley has never been an administrative district in its own right and no data for Gatley alone exists.
Gatley has three nurseries, two primary schools (Gatley and Lum Head), and one secondary school (The Kingsway School). The schools are in the state sector.
Stockport Etchells covered the rural area that includes modern-day Gatley and Heald Green. Hamlets in Stockport Etchells included Gatley Green, High Grove, Long Lane, Bolshaw and Outwood.
The ongoing Manchester Metrolink expansion will not include a station for Gatley, with the closest station being Benchill, which is approx one mile from Gatley.
Gatley has a synagogue, opened in 1968, called Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation. It is a vibrant, Modern Orthodox synagogue, with a thriving membership from Cheadle and Gatley.
Gatley railway station is on the Styal Line between Slade Lane Junction in Longsight, Manchester and Wilmslow, Cheshire. Opened by the London & North Western Railway in 1909, it was known as Gatley for Cheadle before being renamed Gatley on 6 May 1974. It serves Gatley, a commuter suburb in Stockport, Greater Manchester. The station is operated by Northern with services from Manchester Piccadilly to Manchester Airport and Crewe via Wilmslow stopping here. Some peak TransPennine Express services to and from Manchester Airport also stop at Gatley.
In 1974 the Urban Districts in Stockport were abolished and Cheadle and Gatley Urban District became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester, though some roads in the western side of Gatley (containing around 500 homes) were a part of the City of Manchester until the early 1990s when residents launched a successful application to the Boundaries Commission to enable Gatley in its entirety to become a part of Stockport. Gatley is part of the Cheadle and Gatley borough ward and the Cheadle parliamentary constituency.
In 1714, Stone Pale Hall was reconstructed in Gatley.
Gatley Hall and Gatley Hill House may both have been built in the mid-eighteenth century by local cotton manufacturers. Gatley Hill House is now council owned (Stockport MBC) and is used by various community groups. The mansion High Grove House was built for a member of a wealthy hatting family of Yorkshire and Manchester.
The townships of Stockport Etchells, Cheadle Moseley and Cheadle Bulkeley were merged into the Cheadle and Gatley Urban District in 1894. From 1894 until 1974, Gatley was a part of the urban district of Cheadle and Gatley, within the historic county boundaries of Cheshire.
The LWNR station at Cheadle allowed travel via Edgeley to Manchester, but closed as early as 1917 due to competition with the electric tram between Gatley and Stockport. LWNR opened the Styal Line in 1909 including Gatley (as Gatley for Cheadle until 1974) and Heald Green stations.
Alfred Gatley (1816–1863) was an English sculptor.
The Cheadle and Gatley Urban District covered a much larger area than the current Cheadle and Gatley ward, including not only Cheadle and Gatley but also Cheadle Hulme and Heald Green (approximately the current SK8 postcode area). It used Bruntwood Hall as its town hall, from 1944 to 1959.
Gatley is a suburban area of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.
The current population of Gatley is approximately 9,000.
At the south-western end of the village, close to the boundary of Manchester, is Gatley Hill House, next to which is the William Scholes Park which includes several large playing fields partitioned by small woodland areas. Far larger than Gatley Recreation Ground, this was developed in the early 1960s with money from the William Scholes Foundation. Scholes was a Gatley resident and estate agent who died in 1927. The track circuit opened on 19 May 1962 and was the first home of Cheadle and Gatley Athletics Club, before it merged with Stretford Athletics Club in 1966. Currently, the fields are used for many Gatley events – from the annual Gatley Festival to Sport Relief – and are used regularly by local running clubs as well as local teams for cricket in the summer and football in the winter. A children's playground was opened in February 2011 at the Foxland Road corner.
The River Mersey wasn't bridged in this area until 1745 (and then not continuously as three bridges collapsed over the years) so travelling to Didsbury meant fording the Mersey or crossing in a boat. Until the railway in 1864, the road from Didsbury to Gatley (and then onto Styal) forded the Mersey and came through Gatley Carrs. The "Gatley Ford" was near Didsbury's Millgate Lane, suggesting the river was forded somewhere near the current M60/M56 motorway junction.
1974-1983: The Urban Districts of Cheadle and Gatley, and Wilmslow.
Eure died at his home at Gatley Park, Herefordshire in 1659.