Langley is a small compact linear village sitting at the foot of Tegg’s Nose and acts as the gateway to Macclesfield forest.  It is a pretty semi rural village situated approximately 3 miles to the south of Macclesfield.  Langley originally contained Silk prijting, dying and finishing mills.  Within the village there are a number of local public houses including The Church House and The St Dunstan both of which attract many locals and ramblers alike. The village boasts a strong community feel with many local events and attractions taking place. The Main Road through the village leads to Macclesfield Forest where there are many beautiful walks, this is also a good point from which to make the ascent of Shuttlingsloe – the ‘Matterhorn’ of Cheshire – and to access Teggs Nose Country Park.