Come and have your say about what matters to you most in High Lane. The Residents Association welcomes you to their monthly meetings held at High Lane Library on the first Thursday of the month at 8.00pm
High Lane Village is historically a Cheshire village that now resides on the outskirts of Stockport. The village is popular amongst walkers, hikers and cyclists as it has access to the Macclesfield Canal, Middlewood Way and Lyme Park. High Lane has a wide range of eateries and village pubs that welcome the local community as well as visitors.
Due to its height, High Lane boasts excellent views of Manchester which is approximately 15 miles away. High Lane is the perfect distance away from the boom of the city and the dramatic natural landscape of the Peak District. You can read more HERE
Lyme Park 10 minutes walk from High Lane and you can be in the National Trust's Lyme Park made famous by the BBC Production Pride of Predudice, with over 1000 acres of surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park. For more information see: Lyme Park
Middlewood Way Sensitively reclaimed from a former railway line to provide a natural attraction for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and nature lovers. An 11 mile (16km), traffic-free greenway from Macclesfield to Marple on the Peak Park fringe with car parking, toilets and information points, with fine views over the Cheshire Plain to the west. For more information see: Trail Map
Macclesfield Canal The Macclesfield Canal opened in 1831 to work as a trade waterway for the local mills, quarries and potteries. The canal cost £320,000 to build and spans around 27 miles. Notable areas along the route are Marple, High Lane, Higher Poynton and Macclesfield. For more information visit the Macclesfield Canal website here: Macclesfield Canal