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The name Monton is of Saxon origin.
Monton includes the conservation areas of Monton Green; the Unitarian Church and a former school with caretaker’s house; a lodge, built in 1875 to the Earl of Ellesmere’s former estate, and a club-house with bowling green. The Green, once used as common land, is now formally laid out as gardens and lawns.
There was a railway station in Monton called Monton Green, which was part of the Tyldesley Loopline, running from Eccles through Worsley and Leigh to Roe Green. The station opened on 1 November 1887 and was closed under the Beeching Axe on 5 May 1969. Monton Green railway station was located on an embankment, just off Monton Green, the railway running parallel with the Bridgewater Canal. All traces of the station have long since been removed. However, the embankment on which the station was situated is still there and now forms the starting point of the Recreation Pathways scheme, run by Salford City Council. The loopline now forms part of cycle route 55.
The village of Monton is now served by rail services passing through the railway stations at Patricroft and at Eccles, along the Manchester Victoria-Liverpool Lime Street railway line.
Bus services also serve the village, while the nearest Metrolink station is in Eccles (approximately 15 minute walk).
Cat Sitting in Monton
Nice and Cuddly Pet Sitting is a low-cost alternative to catteries and kennels.
Your pet gets to stay in a comfortable, familiar environment and you don’t have to worry about whether your furry friend is OK.
Here at Nice and Cuddly, we know that pets are part of the family. They deserve the highest level of care. That’s why we have trained Pet First Aiders.
We visit every customer before we start caring a pet. We are DBS checked and fully insured. You don’t have to worry. Your pet is in safe hands.