Scholars Green – Cheshire

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Scholar Green is a village in the civil parish of Odd Rode in the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England.

Encompassing the smaller settlement of Kent Green and The Bank Scholar Green is near Mow CopAlsagerRode HeathButt Lane and Kidsgrove, in the unitary authority area of Cheshire East.

The Trent and Mersey Canal runs through Scholar Green, and the Macclesfield Canal is nearby. The village has three pubs, “The Rising Sun” (located on the Trent and Mersey Canal), “The Bleeding Wolf” and “The Traveller’s Rest”. It also has amenties such as a primary school, post office, shop, a hair dressers, a barbers and a take away. There are two churches; All Saints at Odd Rode, and The Bank MethodistChurch. Situated very close to the first ever Primitive Methodist Sermon on Mow Cop.

Odd Rode All Saints is one of the three churches that make up the Parish of Odd Rode.

Rode Hall, situated on Church Lane and opposite All Saints, Is a major tourist attraction in the village, serviced by several local farms and vendors. Every 3rd saturday morning of the month hosting a farmers market for local produce, bringing in merchants from the Local Towns, such as Alsager and Kidsgrove[1]

The current owner of Rode Hall is Sir Richard Baker-Wilbraham [2]

Little Moreton Hall is also within the village limits.

The Village is completely bisected by the A34 road towards Newcastle-under-Lyme and Congleton, ending just before Little Moreton Hall at the northernmost end, and bisected at the junction of the A34 and the A50, between Kidsgrove and Alsager at the southernmost end, bordering Church Lawton