Linney's Bridge is owned my Cheshire East Borough Council and managed by the Bollin Valley Partnership. The site is a small car park and picnic area. From here a short walk along the River Dean can be accessed. The path follows the River Dean until it joins the River Bollin after about 3/4 of a mile at Twinnies Bridge. The name 'Twinnies' comes from a word meaning 'the meeting of two rivers'.
Getting to Linney's Bridge
The number 200 Styal bus or 378 Lacey Green buses pass the site. Full details Traveline 0870 608 2 608, email@example.com or 01625 534850 (Cheshire) or 0161 228 7811 (Greater Manchester).
It is 15 minutes walk from Styal Station or 25 minutes from Handforth Station.
There is only road access to the site, see below
The site is on Stanneylands Road off Manchester Road (formerly the A34).