The area is mostly made up of terraced housing, dating from the late 19th century and early 20th century. It was part of the County Borough of Salford in the administrative county of Lancashire. There was a railway station serving the area between 1882 and 1956.
Alistair Cooke, the broadcaster, lived on Newport Street, and went to the primary school as did the artist Harold Riley. Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of the British suffragette movement, lived in Seedley.
Buile Hill Park is a large park situated in Seedley.
The 70 which goes to Clifton Junction via Eccles and Manchester, the 74 and 75 which go to Pendleton and Agecroft serve Seedley and are operated by Stagecoach Manchester
The 71 and 73 which go to Clifton and Manchester serve Seedley and are operated by Arriva North West
The 100 which goes to Warrington or Hollins Green and Manchester and the 67 which goes to Cadishead and Manchester serve Seedley and are operated by First Greater Manchester
- Seedley & Langworthy Trust
- Seedley and Langworthy in Bloom
- Social Research and Development
- Seedley and Langworthy Partnership
- Seedley Primary School
- Langworthy Road Primary School
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