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Welcome to Marple Bridge

Useful information

  • Gorton Police Station
    18 Garratt Way
    Manchester
    M18 8HE

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday 24 Hours
    Tuesday 24 Hours
    Wednesday 24 Hours
    Thursday 24 Hours
    Friday 24 Hours
    Saturday 24 Hours
    Sunday 24 Hours
    Bank Holidays: 24 Hours

  • Marple Police Station
    Memorial Park
    Stockport
    SK6 6BA

    Disabled Access: Yes
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices: Cheadle Heath is open 8am-11pm seven days a week. Cheadle Heath Police Station, Spectrum Way, Stockport SK3 0SA
  • Monday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Tuesday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Wednesday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Thursday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Friday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Saturday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Sunday Cheadle Heath- 8-11
    Bank Holidays: Cheadle Heath- 8-11

  • Cheadle Police Post
    Readon House Gately Road
    Cheadle
    SK8 1PY

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday 24 Hours
    Tuesday 24 Hours
    Wednesday 24 Hours
    Thursday 24 Hours
    Friday 24 Hours
    Saturday 24 Hours
    Sunday 24 Hours
    Bank Holidays: 24 Hours

  • Greater Manchester Police
    Fred Perry House Edward Street
    Stockport
    Sk1 3UR

    Disabled Access: N/A
    Enquiry Desk: N/A
    Special Notices:
  • Monday 24 Hours
    Tuesday 24 Hours
    Wednesday 24 Hours
    Thursday 24 Hours
    Friday 24 Hours
    Saturday 24 Hours
    Sunday 24 Hours
    Bank Holidays: 24 Hours

We're working hard to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour to make your area a safer place to live and work. You can have your say on how these priorities are set by contacting your neighbourhood policing team and indentifying the issues that matter to you.

Here are the priorities we are currently tackling in your area:

  • We've seen an increase in reports of anti social behavior.
  • Burglaries and Sheds being broken into

For a full list of priorities, click here

Community meetings are held regularly in your community, giving you an opportunity to speak to your local officers or discuss local policing issues.

None currently scheduled

Phone Number: 0161 856 9973
Email Address: marple@gmp.police.uk

Your local Inspector(s)

Bob Cantrell

Inspector Bob Cantrell

Bob Cantrell

The Marple & Werneth Local Policing Team are determined to do everything reasonably possible to keep the residents and genuine visitors to the area safe, making it a great place to live, shop or spend some leisure time. We will target and disrupt, through various measures, those individuals who do not respect the rights of the law abiding, peaceful citizens & visitors in the area.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us, it’s only through good co...click here to read more


Robert Cantrell


Meet the Team

  • Richard Lloyd - Sergeant

    Richard Lloyd

  • Scott Woods - Constable

    Scott Woods


    Helpful Websites

    Age Concern

    Get involved - Special Constables

    Get Involved - Volunteers

    Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

    Greater Manchester Victims' Services

    Home Watch

    Manchester Council crime advice

    North West Ambulance Service


    Local Websites

    Safer Stockport Partnership

    Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

    Stockport NHS Primary Care Trust


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