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Places of Interest - Hyde


Werneth Low Country ParkWerneth Low Country Park - Gee Cross Hyde

The "lowest" spur in the Pennine Chain, the Park is famed for its views. The Welsh hills are visible on a clear day. Greater Manchester opens up in the foreground and to the south and east the view is dominated by the Peak District. Whilst daytime views are breathtaking, the evening sunset and glowing lights of the North West conurbations are spectacular. After a nice stroll around the Park, why not go for hearty meal at the Hare and Hounds Public House.

Newton HallNewton Hall, Dukinfield Road, Hyde

A fascinating 14th-century cruck-framed building which enables the visitor to see exactly how a medieval timber-framed hall was constructed. In Roman times there was a track that ran up the hill from the River Tame, just below the Hall, all the way to Melandra Castle near Glossop, which is about 3 miles to the east. Full details about the restoration are available from the Tourist Information Centre in Ashton.

Hyde Leisure PoolTameside Leisure Pool

Situated at Hyde, the Leisure Pool is a water wonderland for all the family. The main Lagoon Pool has a gently shelving beach area, 80m water slide, wave machine, wild water channel, cannons, fountains and much more. The "Altered Images" Fitness Studio has hi-tech cardio-vascular and resistance training equipment and computer designed individual exercise programmes housed in a fully air-conditioned area. There's a Health Suite with sauna and steam rooms and the latest fast tanning equipment to enjoy, a poolside cafe and licensed bar. A floodlit stadium with an all weather synthetic pitch hosts a wide range of outdoor sports. For information on all Tameside’s leisure centres visit Active Tameside Link to External Website.

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