This site has been designed and intends to help the community of Radcliffe, Greater Manchester in every possible way by giving information appertaining to social events, giving free adverts and promotion to local businesses and by providing some details of the town and its history for those not acquainted with or orignally from the area.
For this community site to thrive it will need your help ie. input and contributions from the people of Radcliffe. So please use the contact page to provide us with pictures, details for your free advertisement on our business page and details of forthcoming social events.
We hope very much that with your help this site will grow over the coming months to be an asset to the locals of Radcliffe and also be of some assistance to those who may be visiting the town too.
Radcliffe is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. It lies in the Irwell Valley 2.5 miles (4 km) south-west of Bury and 6.5 miles (10.5 km) north-northwest of Manchester and is contiguous with Whitefield to the south. The disused Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal bisects the town.
With a population of 34,239, Radcliffe is predominantly a residential area whose few remaining cotton mills are now occupied by small businesses.
You will also find a blog that is open to contributions from everybody, but is particularly intended for the local people and community of Radcliffe and its inhabitants.
Please remember without your help ie. the people of Radcliffe, this site will not grow and is liable to disappear. It is up to you!
So to reiterate we are looking for folk to contribute perhaps on a regular basis with features like sport, events and general and genuine articles.