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This bustling market town sits in the foothills of the Pennines and was the subject of substantial unplanned urbanisation as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Whilst heavy industry in the area has now halted, the town continues to thrive as a centre of commerce and the town centre is the largest in Tameside and is protected as a conservation area. The town has seen the Huddersfield Canal being restored to allow leisure craft to enjoy it once again.
Chadderton Town Hall has strong features reflecting the English Renaissance and includes charming gardens and even its own ballroom, making it a wonderful wedding venue. Foxdenton Hall is a Georgian mansion and dates back to 1620; the hall and its adjoining park are leased to the council who have opened them to the general public.
Chadderton Hall Park is another park in the area which spans 15 acres and even features a boating lake.
Chadderton Wellbeing Centre has its own swimming pool, aerobics studio and fitness suite. and even a library.
There is a good selection of restaurants available in Chadderton. One night can be spent in the heart of the Mediterranean whilst the next you can be enjoying sleek Indian cuisine. There are also a number of traditional pubs offering drinks, food and grill options.
Of course, there are also several fast food outlets for those looking for food in a hurry. Whilst late night options are limited within the town, it is close to several other towns offering more nightlife, and Oldham and Manchester are both also in easy reach.
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