Within the catchment area of Orchard Gardens, there are a multitude of exceptional schools, including Altrincham Girls and Boys Grammar Schools, plus multiple outstanding local primary schools including:

Oughtrington Primary School, Lymm; Bowden C of E Primary, Bowden; Ravenbank Primary School, Lymm; St Vincents Catholic Primary School, Altrincham.

Food, lifestyle and culture

Food, lifestyle and culture

Eat, drink and shop local around Dunham, with a wealth of restaurants, pubs and breweries around Orchard Gardens. Down the road there is Dunham Press Cider, producing cider all grown from their lovingly restored orchards.

Little Heath Farm Shop is fully stocked with fresh flowers and locally-sourced fruit and vegetables, there is a fridge filled with fresh meats from the farm. There is also a huge crop of sunflowers in their fields, which turns into a pumpkin picking field in the lead up to Halloween.

Only a few miles down the road is the modern market town of Altricham. Here you will find a wealth of independent shops, bars and restaurants. Plus Altrincham Market which is housed in a beautiful listed building and is part restaurant, part market, part town square.

Weekends host the very popular themed markets covering regional food producers, vintage fashion and furniture, home, house and garden and contemporary craft.

Explore the outdoors

Explore the beautiful scenery around Dunham on foot via the Trans Pennine Trail, which offers access to the beautiful countryside and is an exciting route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

This trail is off road and takes you alongside rivers, canals and through some of the most historic towns and cities in the North of England.

From Dunham village it’s a short walk along the perimeter wall to the historic National Trust Dunham Massey Estate, where you may choose to explore the Georgian mansion and gardens, or have a leisurely deer park.

Here you’ll find a garden for all seasons and a house filled with treasures and stories to explore.


The village of Dunham is around three miles from Altrincham, where the neighbouring city of Manchester and large parts of Greater Manchester are accessible via tram, bus or train.

Dunham is interconnected to the rest of the UK via key motorways including the M6, M62, M56 and M60, ensuring this idyllic location still maintains easy routes to the north, south, east and west.

With Manchester Airport less than 10 miles away, jetting off on holiday is simple.

If your preferred mode of travel is bicycle then you can travel safely along the Trans Pennine Trail and be in Altrincham or Lymm within 10 to 15 minutes. You may prefer to cycle further afield, taking your time to explore the towns and villages along the route.

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