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Millington Hall is a historic Grade II listed building in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, England, that was constructed in 1683 and was part of the Lane End hamlet. The building is located on Station Road adjacent to the local Methodist Church. The family the Hazeldines own the area after buying it from John Millington where they had many businesses that involved building and carpentry, and had two sawmills – one behind and one behind the old police station. They also opened the building as a restaurant in the 1960s before the building was converted and reopened in July 2004 as a public house called the "John Millington".
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