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Alkrington From £27

Ashton From £29

Atherton From £35

Bacup From £41

Bamford From £30

Barrow-in-Furness From £129

Birmingham From £115

Blackburn From £52

Blackley From £27

Blackpool From £74

Bolton From £33

Bradford From £57

Burnley From £49

Bury From £29

Carlisle From £151

Castleton From £29

Chadderton From £29

Chorley From £48

Clithroe From £58

Colne From £59

Crumpsall From £27

Darlington From £141

Darwen From £43

Derby From £108

Doncaster From £87

Edenfield From £37

Failsworth From £30

Farnworth From £31

Fleetwood From £79

Fulwood From £61

Gisburn From £66

Grimsby From £133

Halifax From £55

Haslingden From £40

Hebden Bridge From £48

Hollinwood From £27

Hopwood From £27

Huddersfield From £49

Hull From £127

Kearsley From £27

Kendal From £102

Kirkham From £69

Leeds From £68

Leigh From £35

Leyland From £56

Leicester From £137

Lincoln From £127

Littleborough From £37

Liverpool From £57

Mansfield From £93

Middlesborough From £143

Middleton From £27

Milnrow From £33

Morcambe From £87

Moston From £27

Nelson From £56

Newcastle From £178

Newhey From £33

Newton Heath From £27

Norden From £32

Nottingham From £121

Oldham From £27

Otley From £73

Penrith From £132

Preston From £58

Prestwich From £27

Radcliffe From £31

Ramsbottom From £36

Rawtenstall From £40

Rochdale From £30

Rossendale From £40

Rotherham From £78

Royton From £30

Scarborough From £136

Shaw From £32

Sheffield From £68

Skegness From £172

Skipton From £73

Southport From £67

South Shields From £181

St Helens From £47

Stoke-on-Trent From £69

Sunderland From £173

Swinton From £27

Todmorden From £43

Tottington From £32

Wakefield From £69

Walkden From £29

Wardle From £37

Warrington From £37

Westhoughton From £37

Whitby From £151

Whitefield From £27

Wigan From £42

York From £92

Taxi Rochdale to Manchester Airport

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Please ensure you book the correct taxi for your Rochdale to Manchester Airport journey. Vehicle capacity is indicated below:

Manchester Airport Passengers Passengers    Manchester Airport Suitcases Suitcases    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage Hand luggage

Saloon Car

Manchester Airport Saloon Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x2    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x2

Saloon Car Rochdale to Manchester Airport: £30

Estate Car

Manchester Airport Estate Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x4    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x4

Estate Car Rochdale to Manchester Airport: £40

People Carrier

Manchester Airport People Carrier                  Manchester Airport Passengers x5    Manchester Airport Suitcases x5    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x3

People Carrier Rochdale to Manchester Airport: £45

8 Seater Minibus

Manchester Airport 8 Seater Minibus                  Manchester Airport Passengers x8    Manchester Airport Suitcases x8    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x8

8 Seater Minibus Rochdale to Manchester Airport: £45


We advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
If your transfer is within the next 24 hours please call us on one of the following telephone numbers:


0161 820 6696


+44 (0) 161 820 6696

Remember, this is a set fare, no taxi meters, no hidden charges, regardless of the route or time taken to Manchester Airport.

Rochdale Area

Rochdale Information

Rochdale was over the years a part of Lancashire, Rochdale's documented historical past starts with an admission in the Domesday Book of 1086 under Recedham Manor. The old parish of Rochdale was a section of the 100 of Salford and one of the biggest ecclesiastical parishes in England composed of several townships. By 1251, Rochdale had transformed into significant enough to have been given a Royal charter. Ultimately, Rochdale blossomed into the heart of northern England's woollen trade, and by the early 18th century was outlined as being "amazing for numerous rich traders".

Rochdale rose to importance during the course of the 19th century as a significant mill town and centre for textile manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. It was a boomtown of the Industrial Revolution, and among the very first ever industrialised towns. The Rochdale Canal one of the significant traversable broad canals of the United Kingdom was a highway of business during this time utilized for the transportation of cotton, wool, coal to and from the region. The socioeconomic update brought by the achievements of Rochdale's textile industry in the 19th century added to its rise to borough status and it stayed a dominating settlement in its region. Nevertheless, during the course of the 20th century Rochdale's spinning capability declined towards an ultimate halt.

Rochdale Town Hall is a Victorian public building "widely recognised as being one of the finest public buildings in the country". The Grade I listed building is the ceremonial head office of Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council and accomodates local government departments, including the borough's civil registration office. Constructed in the Gothic Revival style it was inaugurated on 27 September 1871. The architect, William Henry Crossland, won a competition held in 1864. The town hall had a 240-foot (73 m) clock tower topped by a wooden spire with a gilded statue of Saint George and the Dragon which were damaged by fire on 10 April 1883. A new 191-foot (58 m) stone clock tower and spire in the style of Manchester Town Hall was designed by Alfred Waterhouse, and built in 1888. Art critic Nikolaus Pevsner outlined the building as having a "rare picturesque beauty". Its stained glass windows, some designed by William Morris, are acknowledged as "the finest modern examples of their kind". The building came to the attention of Adolf Hitler who was said to have admired it so much that he wished to ship the building, brick-by-brick, to Nazi Germany had the United Kingdom been defeated in World War II.

Rochdale Transport

Rail and Metrolink

Demand from the cross-Pennine trade to support local cotton, wool and silk industries led to the building of the Manchester and Leeds Railway which opened in 1839 from Manchester to Littleborough, and from Normanton to Hebden Bridge in 1840. The linking section opened on completion of the Summit Tunnel in 1841. Rochdale railway station is about a mile south of the town centre. Trains run to Manchester Victoria, Halifax, Dewsbury, Bradford and Leeds.
The service to Manchester Victoria via the Oldham Loop ended in October 2009, in preparation for conversion of the line to an extension of the Manchester Metrolink tram system. It was deferred in 2004 on grounds of cost but in July 2006 plans were approved for the extension from Manchester Victoria as far as Rochdale Station, and is expected to be complete in Summer 2012. The extension to Rochdale town centre, via Drake Street and terminating opposite Rochdale bus station, should be completed by 2014.


Until 1969 the borough's bus service was provided by the municipal operator "Rochdale Corporation Transport" which was merged into the SELNEC Passenger Transport Executive. Rochdale Bus Station is located next to the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre. There are plans to relocate it to link with the Metrolink to provide a transport interchange.
There are frequent bus services from Rochdale, operated by First Greater Manchester, to Middleton, Royton, Chadderton, Oldham, Ashton-under-Lyne, Bury and Bolton. Frequent services to Manchester city centre are provided by First Greater Manchester's 17 overground service. There are cross-county services into Lancashire and West Yorkshire, provided by Rossendalebus, who operates to Rawtenstall and Accrington, First West Yorkshire, which operates to Burnley and Halifax, both via Todmorden, while the service to Halifax via Ripponden is operated by Centrebus.

Rochdale Hotels

Best Western Broadfield Park Hotel

Address: Sparrow Hill, Rochdale OL16 1AF
Telephone: 01706 639000
Guide Price: £55.00

Mercure Norton Grange Hotel

Address: Manchester Road, Castleton, Rochdale OL11 2XZ
Telephone: 01706 630788
Guide Price: £66.00

Premier Inn Rochdale

Address: Newhey Road, Milnrow, Rochdale OL16 4JF
Telephone: 08715 278936
Guide Price: £47.00

Moss Lodge Hotel

Address: Kings Road, Rochdale OL16 5HW
Telephone: 01706 350555
Guide Price: £85.00

The Villas Residence Hotel

Address: 2 Oakenrod Villas, Bury Road, Rochdale OL11 4EE
Telephone: 01706 525075
Guide Price: £65.00

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