AndrewJ wrote:.. it had a couple of colliery railways running through it and noisy, smelly eyesores like coal mines.
It was a true working community village. It’s now a South Manchester food service centre.
AndrewJ wrote:If the 'bypass' had been built in the 80s we'd already have all the new houses now proposed in Poynton, .
You’re probably right. I also don’t have any confidence in those that allow the destruction and approve Poynton planning applications.