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Macclesfield has a history in the silk industry, with several factories in the day. Now, there are only a couple left, and these have been converted into museums.
Being located on the Edge of the Peak District makes Macclesfield an ideal staging point for outdoor adventurers to take to the hills for some light walking in the local forests to serious hiking and climbing up in the hills.
Macclesfield is easily accessible from Nantwich and Buxton. If you are traveling via the M6, take either Junction 19 at Knutsford or 17 at Sandbach.
From Nantwich, take the A534 through Crewe and Sandbach to Congleton. Continue on to the A34 at Congleton and turn onto the A536 on the road out and continue until you reach Macclesfield.
From the Peak District, you can either take the A537 from Buxton past the Cat and Fiddle or the B5470 from Whaley Bridge.
From the M6 - Junction 19, take the A556 toward Knutsford and turn onto the A5030 for Knutsford. At Knutsford, take the A50 turning onto the A537 after the railway station. Continue along the A537 through Chelford until you reach Macclesfield.
From the M6 - Junction 17, take the A534 to Congleton and continue onto the A34 and turn onto the A536 on the road out which will take you directly to Macclesfield.