As one of Manchester’s most affluent areas, Bramhall is a green and leafy suburb that features a wonderful mix of residential areas intermixed between areas of parkland and well developed local shops, bars and restaraunts. Probably the most iconic feature of Bramhall is the historic Elizabethan Manor – Bramhall Hall and gardens are a truly magnificent example of Bramhalls history that provides the subject for many a picture, postcard or painting. Bramhall’s location is ideal for people looking to work in Manchester whilst maintaining a close proximity to the countryside.
Ladybrook Primary School
Gleneagles Close, Bramhall
Tel: 0161 439 8444
Bramhall High School
Seal Rd, Bramhall
Tel: 0161 439 8045
Bramhall Methodist Church
Tel: 0161 439 1204
Bramhall Baptist Church
Tel: 0161 440 9091
Bramhall United Reformed Church
Tel: 0161 285 9206
Bramhall Parish Church
Tel: 0161 439 3989
Bramhall Park Medical Centre
Tel: 0161 426 9700
Stepping Hill Hospital
Poplar Grove, Stockport
Tel: 0161 483 1010
Good road links to surrounding areas.
Links to Manchester , Stockport , Cheadle Hulme ,Woodford ,Poynton, Parrs Wood and Hazel Grove.
Bramhall Station – Manchester – (London via Macclesfield and Stoke-On-Trent)
Bramhall has a number of bars, restaurants, cafes, clothes shops, hairdressers, beauty salons, charity shops, churches and a library.
Bramhall and Bramhall Park Golf Clubs.
There are three centres: Bramhall Lane, Bramhall Park and Bramhall Queensgate.
A historic hall and gardens featured in many a TV production, the hall and gardens are a truly delightful exhibition of Bramhalls history that provides a unifying public space within the centre of the settlement.
The Brookdale Club & Theatre. A private members social club which provides a most increadble number of activities and club sections for almost all interests and age groups within the community.
Restaurants & Public House
Bramhall features a collection of restaraunts, bars and pubs such as Beluga, The Bubble Lounge, The New Victorian, Ego, Piccolino