AboutBiddulph Moor is a large village located on the hill which bears the same name, is semi-rural and is the source of the River Trent. Its highest point is over 300m above sea level and it enjoys views over Staffordshire, the Cheshire plains and on a clear day the Welsh mountains are visible.
The village has pubs, a post office and a few shops. Next to the local village hall there is a park where many different events including fund-raisers are held. One of the more significant and popular of these is 'Rock on The Rocks', an outdoor music event held each summer.
Map & Directions
The nearest train station is Congleton which is 4 miles away. The nearest city is Stoke on Trent which is approximately 10 miles away
Coming from Rudyard – turn left onto top road, after half a mile take a right onto Rudyard Road this leads to the village. Hot Lane is directly adjacent to the green.
Coming from Knypersley – at the traffic lights turn right onto park lane, follow this all the way to the village of Biddulph Moor. Park in the village and walk along Hot Lane from the village green.
Coming from Congleton – on reaching St Lawrence’s Church turn left onto Woodhouse Lane, follow this lane up to Biddulph Moor.
Accessible by Public Transport: Congleton station is 4 miles away.