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The name “Gatley” means “Goat bank” – the place the goats were grazed.
In the early 1600s, the main industry in Gatley was hand loom weaving. This was a home-based business and the weaving would normally be done by men There are also records of buttons being made in Gatley, at least from the 1660s up to the late 1700s, and of silk weaving in the mid 1800s.
In 1750 Gatley got its first factory, but it wasn’t a factory in the modern sense, it was a place where hand looms could be gathered together in one place instead of being spread out in people’s homes.
John and Samuel Alcock later established a weaving shed in the same building, which was situated near to Gatley Hall. Right up to the end of the 19th century, Gatley was a small village surrounded by farmland and not much else. In 1891 the population of Cheadle & Gatley UDC was 8,252. By 1951 that had grown to 45,621 and by 1971 to 60,799. Vast areas of fields and open land became housing estates as the area saw one of the highest population growths of anywhere in Greater Manchester from the 1930s to the 1960s.
By the 1970s, the car was rapidly becoming king and caused a lot of congestion until the major new roads for Gatley must have been a welcome improvement. Kingsway had been extended south of the Mersey in 1959 and then two major new motorways – the M56 and M63 – were opened in 1974. This Sharston by-pass scheme included the Kingsway interchange, which was junction 10 of the M63. The M63 was renamed the M60 in 1999.