an area of Manchester, England
Origin: From Æþelredes (given name with possessive) and wic.
Ardwick is a district of Manchester in North West England, one mile east of the city centre. Historically in Lancashire, by the mid-19th century Ardwick had grown from being a village into a pleasant and wealthy suburb of Manchester, but by the end of that century it had become heavily industrialised. When its industries later fell into decline then so did Ardwick itself, becoming one of the city's most deprived areas. Substantial development has taken place more recently in Ardwick and other areas of Manchester to reverse the decline, notably the construction of many facilities for the 2002 Commonwealth Games held nearby in Eastlands. In the late 19th century Ardwick had many places of entertainment, but the only remnant of that history today is the Art Deco Manchester Apollo, a venue for pop and rock music concerts.
The numerical value of Ardwick in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Ardwick in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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