Gasgoine Halman Sale


The historic town of Sale owes its name to the 12th Century landowner Thomas De Sale. Founded in the 7th or 8th centuries by the Anglo Saxons, it was once just a small rural settlement with meadows used for crops and cattle farming.
Nowadays, the area is as popular as ever, due to the strong links into Manchester City Centre and Media City via three Metrolink stations; Dane Road, Sale and Brooklands and rail links to London and the south via Trafford Park railway station. Manchester International Airport also provides access to commuter links. The town's proximity to the M60 motorway is a further fantastic commuter resource.
Trafford is well known for its excellent educational facilities and there are a large number of good schools situated close by to suit children of all ages.

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