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Mottram in Longdendale is a village in Greater Manchester, within the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside and is situated in the valley of Londendale, on the border of Derbyshire.
Although currently an unparished village, Mottram in Longendale Parish was one of eight ancient parishes of the Macclesfield Hundred of Cheshire, and the larger Mottram parish was incorporated into Longdendale in 1936. This remained part of Cheshire and incorporated into Tameside as part of the Local Government Act 1972 in 1974. Today the people of the town prefer the full name Mottram in Longdendale.
One of the renowned landmarks of Mottram in Longdendale include the 15th century church, St Michael and All Angels. This building of Gothic archetecture is a Grade II Listed Building and its interior was remodelled in 1854, yet the external remains in its original condition. The church stands high on Warhill, overlooking the village. Unfortunately in 2010, local vandals destroyed the windows and now cork boards currently remain in place.St Michael's Church, Mottram in Longdendale