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In the 13th century Didsbury was variously referred to as Dydesbyre, Dydesbiri, Didsbury or Dodesbury. It underwent major refurbishment in and again in the 19th century, although most of the stonework visible today dates from the 17th century.

The parsonage soon gained a reputation for being haunted; servants refused to sleep on the premises, and it was abandoned in The parsonage became a museum, now closed, but the gardens are still open to the public. It is also likely that Bonnie Prince Charlie crossed the Mersey at Didsbury in , in the Jacobite march south from Manchester to Derby, and again in his subsequent retreat.

From the s onwards, many of them moved to what were seen as the more "sophisticated" suburbs in the south, such as Withington and Didsbury. The opening of the Midland Railway line in contributed greatly to the rapid growth in the population of Didsbury, with stations at Didsbury and Withington and West Didsbury offering easy rail connections to Manchester Central. The line closed in , although Didsbury station building remained standing until its demolition in the s. The station clock and water fountain have survived, dedicated to local doctor and campaigner for the poor, Dr.

Two special trains were chartered to the newly built but unopened Burnage railway station to take spectators to the landing, many of whom had stood throughout the night. Afterwards his train took the party to a civic reception given by the Lord Mayor of Manchester in the town hall. A house in Paulhan Road, constructed in the s near the site of his landing, is marked by a blue plaque to commemorate his achievement.

By , Didsbury was described as a township in its own right. In , Withington Urban District was amalgamated into the city and county borough of Manchester, and so Didsbury was absorbed into Manchester, although it remained a civil parish until Following the Local Government Act , Manchester became a metropolitan borough of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester.

However, boundary changes in resulted in Didsbury being split mainly between the two new wards of Didsbury East and Didsbury West while a small section of West Didsbury was incorporated into the new ward of Chorlton Park. To the north, Didsbury is bordered by Withington , Chorlton-cum-Hardy and Burnage , to the west by Northenden , to the east and south-east by Heaton Mersey and Cheadle , and by Gatley to the south.

This northern boundary is marked by a boundary stone in the front garden wall of a house on the west side of Wilmslow Road. It was sited along a disused railway track, as part of a nationwide initiative to promote cycling.

The Albert Park conservation area, covering much of West Didsbury, places planning restrictions on development, alterations to buildings, and pruning of trees.

In the s extensive flood mitigation work carried out along the Mersey Valley through Manchester has helped to speed up the passage of floodwater. Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden also acts as an emergency flood basin, storing floodwater until it can be safely released back into the river.


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