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Macclesfield is a market town and civil parish located in North-West England. The town is situated on the picturesque River Bollin, with scenic and historic Macclesfield Forest lying to its east. Ideal for commuters, Macclesfield is approximately 16 miles south of Manchester's bustling city centre, and 38 miles to the east of the historic city of Chester.
Despite 'Silk Town' being Macclesfield's preferred nickname, the traditional nickname of the civil parish was 'Treacle Town.' This nickname relates to a historical incident when a horse-drawn wagon overturned, spilling its load of treacle onto the street. Historically, Macclesfield was once one of the world's biggest producers of finished silk.
The domestic button industry of Macclesfield was established in the mid-16th-century, however, the first mention of silk buttons in the area was not until 1649. Macclesfield's first silk mill was established by Charles Row in the year 1743. Such mills were initially powered by water and later steam. By 1832, there were 71 silk mills, employing 10,000 people.
The silk industry of Macclesfield remained active in the 1980s but no longer dominated employment. Macclesfield's Paradise Mill reopened in 1984 as a working mill museum, demonstrating skills such as silk throwing and Jacquard weaving. The four Macclesfield Museums displays a range of information and products from the town's economic history.