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National Trust car park, grid ref: SJ 1 Start near the picnic area. The nearby roadside Wizard Restaurant celebrates the popular legend of Alderley Edge. Read more Wizard Restaurant In a traditional s tale, first published as The Iron Gates in , a wizard waylays a farmer riding a white mare across the Edge.
Exclusive: A chest containing over ancient gold bars, one of which is pictured above, were found yesterday morning (Thursday 31st March) in Alderley Edge during excavation at a construction site. Several ancient gold bars have been found in Alderley over the years but nothing compared with this.
A chest containing over ancient gold bars, one of which is pictured above, were found yesterday morning Thursday 31st March in Alderley Edge during excavation at a construction site. Several ancient gold bars have been found in Alderley over the years but nothing compared with this very significant discovery. Back in a gold bar was found in an earth bank at the side of Artists Lane. Because this bar was obviously old and consisted of gold, a treasure trove inquest was held.
Following this inquest it was reported in the national press on February 27th and crowds of people descended on the Edge hoping to find their own gold bars. As a result of all the searching 4 more gold bars were found during the ‘s. It also came to light that another gold bar was found in the ‘s but was not reported to the authorities until This latest find bears a striking similarity to a number of other gold bars found in Alderley.
If you browse through the photo gallery above we have included photos of some of the bars discovered in the ‘s.
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An edge is a name used as a descriptive term for high land in Cheshire and adjacent counties, such as in Wenlock Edge and Blackstone Edge. The Edge at Alderley is a ridge of land separating a narrow and short valley from the higher ground of southeast Cheshire and Derbyshire. It rises gradually from the town of Macclesfield, until, at a distance of 7 or 8 kilometres, it terminates abruptly, having reached a height of nearly metres above sea level, and metres above the Cheshire Plain below it.
It was formed partly by the weathering of resistant sandstone lying on top of a softer sandstone, and partly by faulting of the rocks.
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Bronze Age[ edit ] Hammerstones recorded by Charles Roeder In the 19th century, crudely shaped stones were found in the bottom of old workings and were thought to be Bronze Age hammer stones. The picture was transformed in when a wooden shovel was rediscovered by Alan Garner. The shovel was carbon-dated to around BC. An archaeological excavation was undertaken by Derbyshire Caving Club members supervised by the Alderley Edge Landscape Project archaeologists and, at the bottom, timbers were revealed which were carbon-dated to the last century BC.
Given that they were heartwood from cut timbers, the dating cannot be precise and the shaft is now believed to be Roman in origin. The passage from the shaft to the Vein was driven from the direction of the shaft and resembles other Roman workings such as at the gold mines at Dolaucothi in Carmarthenshire and the azurite mines at Wallerfangen in Germany. One operator of note was Charles Roe of Macclesfield, who worked the mines from to The best recorded period was between about and when a company of local men including a Derbyshire miner, James Ashton, tried to exploit the mines for lead.
During the course of their work, they identified the presence of cobalt which was in demand during the Napoleonic blockade of supplies. Some parts of Engine Vein and possibly West Mine appear to have been excavated at this time. The mining ceased at the end of when the price of cobalt fell. Although the government later cancelled the fine that had been assessed, the business was unable to recover from the stoppage.
The mines closed in and the Abandonment Plan of shows all the workings open at that date.
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Of the households in Alderley Edge, There is also a low proportion of non-white people as The largest minority group was recorded as Asian at 1. The economic activity of residents in the Alderley Edge electoral ward was Alderley Edge has a very high rate of self employment
The Alderley Edge Mines are located on the escarpment in Alderley Edge, Cheshire. Project was established, and excavation around Engine Vein revealed what are believed to be Bronze Age smelting hearths dating to around BC. Roman mining. The Roman altar in Engine Vein.
The teetering cliff face looking out across the Cheshire Plain has been a hub of supernatural activity through the ages, with tales of pagan rituals, sorcerers, witches, stone circles, sprites and time slips. From the ancient myth of Britain’s best loved mythical king, Arthur, resting in the caves to white robed covens chanting on the cliff top in the s, the tales keep on coming.
But what is it about the Edge that keeps the myth makers in business? Not so many years back there were three or four working there, you had to race down to get the prime site. Because there are so many people it is not conducive, we could be part way through a ceremony and have to stop. We light candles, burn incense and try to communicate with our ancestors.
In recent times, Alderley Edge has become a Mecca for sightseers on Hallowe’en after pictures emerged of pagans dressed in flowing white robes performing ceremonies in the s. The attention prompted an influx of tourists, making it virtually impossible for covens to carry out pagan ceremonies to celebrate Samhain.
The pagan spirit of Alderley lives on
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Evidence for copper mining in the Bronze Age has also been discovered to the south of the area, and in members of the Derbyshire Caving Club discovered a hoard of coins of the Roman Empire now in the Manchester Museum dating from AD to AD Early medieval settlements are recorded at Nether Alderley, to the south of Alderley Edge. Although it is not mentioned in the Domesday Book , it is included in a charter of c.
The name ‘Alderley’ first appears in as ‘Aldredelie’. Several versions of the origin are known, one says it originated from ‘Aldred ‘and ‘leah’ meaning ‘Aldred’s Clearing’. In the 13th century and during the Middle Ages , the area comprised estates that had many different owners, since the 15th century, most of them have belonged to the De Trafford Baronets. The principal manors being based on the 14th century Chorley Old Hall , which lies to the south-west of Alderley Edge, and the Old Hall, at Nether Alderley, a 16th century building which was burnt down in The economies of both Chorley and Nether Alderley were dominated by agriculture with a market charter being granted at Nether Alderley in c.
Nether Alderley Mill dates back to , although the present timber structure is only 16th century. The millpond was adapted to form the moat, which surrounded the Old Hall, the home of the Stanley family Baron Stanley of Alderley. The corn mill continued to be worked until when Lord Stanley was forced to sell it, along with the rest of his estate, to meet the cost of death duties. In the s the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty bought the site and have since restored the building and opened it to the public.
Cheshire had its own system of taxes in the medieval period, the Mize, and in the records for Chorley was assessed at 20s 0d and Nether Alderley at 27s 0d. Lead and copper mining on the Edge is documented in the late 17th and 18th centuries.
This building, with its well known Victoria Jubilee clock, is much older than it appears to be as the 18th century brick facade conceals a late 16th century house with projecting upper floors. It possesses a Cotswold stone tiled roof, capped by a fine bell turret and a dragon weather vane. It was given to the town by Anne, Countess of Warwick, in , originally for the poor aged and impotent, but it soon served as the Court of Piepowder with a courtroom on the ground floor and a common prison or blind house in the cellar.
It is now in private ownership although the clock belongs to the Town Council. A new clock was provided in and there was a dial set on a post until Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in
In recent times, Alderley Edge has become a Mecca for sightseers on Hallowe’en after pictures emerged of pagans dressed in flowing white robes performing ceremonies in the s. The attention prompted an influx of tourists, making it virtually impossible for covens to carry out pagan ceremonies to .
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Christopher Thomond for the Observer Sheep are nibbling the grass by the lanes of Alderley Park, a sprawling estate in Cheshire that looks like a country retreat. But the bucolic scene is misleading: Alderley Park is in fact the nerve centre for research and development at AstraZeneca , Britain’s second largest pharmaceutical company. In this rustic hideaway, scientists pioneered anaesthetics and some of today’s most commonly used breast cancer treatments, while pharmacologist Sir James Black developed beta blockers; a replica of his Nobel medal is proudly displayed at the entrance of the sandstone-and-steel research lab.
But the future of this scientific Eden is now under threat, after AstraZeneca announced earlier this month that all research and development at Alderley Park would cease by , with the loss or relocation of more than 2, jobs. The move is a devastating blow to Cheshire, as well as a snub to the local MP, chancellor George Osborne, who vowed to start “a march of the makers” — a revitalisation of Britain’s declining manufacturing and hi-tech industries, which have shrunk in the shadow of an outsize financial services sector.
Despite the lofty talk, the march of the drugmakers seems to have stalled. Job cuts at AstraZeneca will see the company lose more than a tenth of its UK workforce. This follows close on the heels of a decision by US rival Pfizer to mothball a science park in Sandwich, Kent, shedding 1, jobs. But locals are disappointed at AstraZeneca’s decision to pull the plug on research at Alderley Park, home to half a century of scientific discoveries dating back to the now defunct British industrial giant ICI.
Why should they have to go down to Cambridge? Even if it doesn’t affect you, it sets waves in motion. If people haven’t got money in their pockets, they won’t be spending.