Biddulph Moor


Biddulph Moor

Biddulph Moor is a large village located on the hill which bears the same name. It is in Biddulph parish and is a part of the Staffordshire Moorlands district in England. It is very similar to Mow Cop which is located on the other side of the valley of Biddulph. It is semi-rural and is the source of the River Trent.

The highest point is over 300 metres above sea level and it enjoys views over Staffordshire, Cheshire plains and on a clear day the Welsh mountains are visible

The nearest train station is Congleton which is 4 miles away

The village has 3 Churches, 1 Primary School, a post office, two local shops a pharmacy and 2 pubs. It also has a park next to the local village hall where many different events such as fund raising events are held. The Rose and Crown often has live music with a number of Irish bands performing on a regular basis.

The nearest city is Stoke on Trent which is approx 10 miles away


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