Summerseat

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Summerseat
Waterside Bar and Restaurant Summerseat - geograph.org.uk - 314912.jpg
The Waterside Bar and Restaurant in 2007,
later destroyed by 2015 floods
Summerseat is located in Greater Manchester
Summerseat
Summerseat
Summerseat shown within Greater Manchester
OS grid reference SD795145
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Metropolitan county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BURY
Postcode district BL9
Dialling code 01706/01204
Police Greater Manchester
Fire Greater Manchester
Ambulance North West
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UK
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Greater Manchester
53°37′48″N 2°18′32″W / 53.630°N 2.309°W / 53.630; -2.309Coordinates: 53°37′48″N 2°18′32″W / 53.630°N 2.309°W / 53.630; -2.309

Summerseat is a village in the Ramsbottom district of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England.[1][2]

History[edit]

Historically part of Lancashire, the village lies in the Irwell Valley, on the course of the River Irwell to the north of Bury and along the route of the M66 motorway.

A steam railway station on the East Lancashire steam railway is situated in the village. There is a local Costcutter store in the village. The village has two public houses in Summerseat, the Footballer's[3] and the Hamer's Arms.[4]

The closed Waterside pub, which was formerly the 200-year-old Joshua Hoyles cotton mill, on the Kay Bridge, was planned to be redeveloped as a residential site[citation needed] but collapsed during a storm on 26 December 2015.[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Ward Boundaries (200) – Bury M.B.C. (PDF), Bury Metropolitan Borough Council, retrieved 19 September 2010 
  2. ^ Bury – districts and boundaries, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council, retrieved 19 September 2010 
  3. ^ "The Footballers Inn". www.onionring.co.uk. Retrieved 23 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Hamers Arms - Home". www.hamersarms.co.uk. Retrieved 23 August 2017. 
  5. ^ UK floods: Homes evacuated amid heavy rain 
  6. ^ "Aerial footage shows 200-year-old pub destroyed as River Irwell floods". Retrieved 23 August 2017.