Offerton

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  • Goddard has since been re-elected for Offerton but is not standing for Leader of the Council.
  • The parish boundaries exclude the area of Offerton Green, further to the east.
  • In 2006, the parish changed its name to Offerton Park.
  • The most significant encounter occurred in the Offerton and Boldon areas.
  • The parish of Offerton Estate was created in 2001 from part of an unparished area.
  • The second stage is larger and grander, and was built later in the century, probably for Laurence Wright of Offerton.
  • Offerton is a village in Tyne and Wear, England.
  • Offerton is a hamlet and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district, in Derbyshire, England.
  • He was of Offerton and was steward of the manor of Holm Cultram from 1652 until his death.
  • It is situated just on the edge of Offerton, bordering with Marple, and Hazel Grove, and is surrounded by land used for agricultural purposes.
  • Offerton Park is an estate and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester, England, situated to the south-east of Stockport town centre.
  • Offerton is an electoral ward in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport.
  • Foggbrook is an area of Offerton in Stockport, England.
  • In 1875 Offerton was one of eight civil parishes in Cheshire to be included in the Stockport Rural Sanitary District.
  • Stockport Harriers are based at Woodbank Park in Offerton, and have several International middle-distance and endurance athletes including Andy Nixon.
  • Offerton School was a state comprehensive secondary school located north of the A626 road near the River Goyt in Offerton, a suburb of Stockport, Greater Manchester.
  • Cox Green is a village in the City of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, situated on the south bank of the River Wear between Penshaw and Offerton.
  • The village has many bus services, most of which go to Stockport via the A626 and Offerton, and an hourly service to Glossop in Derbyshire and Stepping Hill Hospital in the other direction.
  • West was twice married: first, to Winifred, daughter of Adam Eyre of Offerton; and, secondly, to Audrey Mann.
  • Subsequent marriages constantly added to the Arderne estate until they included a great part of Bredbury, Romiley, Werneth, Offerton, Stockport and Alvanley.
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