Hundreds flock to be ‘part of history’ as new £53million road which residents have campaigned for decades opens

The opening of a new £53 million road has been dubbed as one of the biggest days in the history of a village that for decades has had to put up with constant heavy traffic in its centre.

The Poynton Relief Road, which runs from Woodford in Stockport to Adlington near Macclesfield, will cut out the need for traffic travelling between east Cheshire and south Manchester to pass through the centre of Poynton which residents say has been blighted by bottlenecks for years.

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