Bramhall is a suburb of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, in Greater Manchester, England. It is regarded as an affluent area where residents enjoy good health.
The manor of Bramhall dates back to the Saxon period. In 1070, William the Conqueror subdued the north-west of England, and divided the land among his followers. "Bramale" was given to Hamon de Massey, who eventually became the first Baron of Dunham Massey. The name "Bramale" comes from the Old English words brom, meaning broom and halh, meaning nook, or secret place.
Bramhall Park is situated in Bramhall, as is Bramhall Hall. The hall is one of the greatest examples of 14th century Cheshire buildings. Tours of the building are available to the general public. The Ladybrook flows through Bramhall towards Cheadle and Bramhall Hall.
There area has excellent travel links, making it very popular. Bramhall railway station is on the main line fron Manchester to London. Bramhall also has a number of bus services, including the X57 to Manchester and the 378 to Stockport.
Bramhall has its own recreation centre, which is linked with Bramhall High School.Bramhall tow centre