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Found in the foothills of the West Pennine Moors, Tyldesley is a town that sits on the remains of a Roman road. After playing a strong role in the Industrial Revolution, much of the land of Tyldesley has been reclaimed for new housing developments. It is a bustling market town with a distinctive character and has fantastic scenic surroundings thanks to the nearby Pennines which rise to 250 feet at the highest point.
The refurbished market square acts as a wonderful hub for the town. Whilst the town was once dominated by factories and coal pits, the landscape is now more reliant on the Grade II listed churches to punctuate the landscape. The close location of the Pennines and the Chat Moss peat bog makes it a great place for walkers and those who prefer less urban views.
There is a swimming pool located at the Pelican Centre and there is also a successful Rugby Union team in the area. Music lovers can follow the towns brass band and the Tyldesley Little Theatre in Lemon Street is home to an amateur dramatics group.
The Union Arms is one of the more popular pubs in Tyldesley, serving traditional British food. There is also a very well regarded tandoori restaurant and Enzos Italian Bar & Restaurant has a score of 4.5 on TripAdvisor. For larger appetites there is an all you can eat Chinese restaurant and a number of other pubs that are great for food or just a quiet drink.
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