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Audley Town Information




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This village, located on the route of a Roman road and set on a hilltop, has Anglo-Saxon origins although most of it developed in the mid 19th century.


In the chancel of St James' Church, which dates back 700 years, is a full size monumental brass of Thomas d'Audley from approx 1385.


From nearby Bignall Hill, there is a magnificent view all round with Snowdon, Beeston Castle & the Cheshire Plain, Jodrell Bank telescope, Liverpool, and the Peak District all visible on a clear day.


There are several good eating places / pubs and the countryside, particularly to the north, is very green and rural. There are country walks along public footpaths which skirt and cross farmland - ordnance survey maps are advisable.
 
 

Monbrass - Audley