In fact, in the 12 months to June 2019, 4,545 people moved to High Peak from elsewhere in the UK.
That’s according to internal migration data from the Office for National Statistics, which also reveals the areas of the country where the most people are drawn to High Peak from.
So where is the pull to High Peak the greatest?
From Liverpool to Oldham, here we reveal the top 10 places people leave in search of a new life here.
The most common place people arrived into the area from was Tameside, with 584 arrivals in the year to June 2019. A scene from Stalybridge country park.
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The second most common place people arrived in the area from was Stockport, with 566 arrivals in the year to June 2019. The streets of Stockport were used as a backdrop for filming Peaky Blinders.
The third most common place people arrived in the area from was Manchester, with 323 arrivals in the year to June 2019. Manchester has a strong claim to be called capital of the North.
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4. Cheshire East
The fourth most common place people arrived in the area from was Cheshire East, with 318 arrivals in the year to June 2019. The famous Jackie Weaver may or may not have authority on this street in Handforth.