Hollingworth is a village in Tameside and about 10 miles away from the centre of Manchester. Hollingworth sits on the absolute border of Derbyshire and Lancashire. It is unique as people who live here may not only work in Manchester but may also work in Sheffield.
It is one of the aesthetic areas in Tameside especially since it is surrounded by nature being so close to the National Park of the Peak District. It can give you a view also of the entire city. In Hollingworth is the A628 and A57 road, which the leads to Woodhead pass and Snake pass. These two roads are the roads that you to Yorkshire and through the nature of Derbyshire.
There are only two schools in Hollingworth in the area itself, which are Hollingworth Primary and nursery School and Longdendale High School, both high achieving schools. There are also extremely accessible schools across Tameside.
The culture and community in the Hollingworth is very diverse as it has its own Cricket Club as well as a Brass Band that rehearses at Longdendale Community Language College. Hollingworth is further sophisticated with their own Bowling Club.
We think that Hollingworth is ideal for getting not just a peaceful and quiet lifestyle, but also a real taste of a countryside life style with all the luxury of local sport, and no being too far from the city. In addition you will be one of the few areas hat is full of nature as well as great Internet connection.