Wilmslow is a town at the top right hand side of the county Cheshire, 10 miles due south of Manchester city centre. The town's population is estimated to be 30,000, with a further 8,000 people living in the immediately surrounding area, including Alderley Edge.
Noted for its famous residence, Wilmslow has been home to Coronation Street actor William Roache, BBC radio and presenter Stuart Hall and more recently, Alex Ferguson, former Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona and singer Russell Watson. The most historic notable person to live in Wilmslow was Alan Turing, English mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, and highly influential individual in the development of computer science, involved in the development of early computers and their use in codebreaking during World War 2.
Wilmslow is home to many country pubs, the Green Room Theatre, many art galleries and museums. Supposedly Wilmslow town's motto is "Nobis Habitatio Felix" meaning "A Pleasant Dwelling Place For Us".