Stockport City Centre
Stockport Town Centre
With its enviable location between Manchester and Cheshire, not to mention its proximity to the Peak District, it’s not surprising that Stockport is fast
becoming one of the north-west’s most notable property hotspots.
Once famed for manufacturing rope, silk and hats, this industrial town’s last hatting ...
Stockport Market Place provides a shopping experience like no other.
Stockport Market Place is one of the last remaining traditional street markets in the North West and after 750 years in business, it is still going strong.
The Market Place has grown into an undercover ...
When it comes to transport, Stockport is very well connected. You can reach Manchester in under ten minutes, Warrington in just over half an hour and Liverpool in just over an hour. Even London isn’t too far away, with trains to Euston station taking two hours. Manchester’s airport is ...
Stockport bus station in Stockport, Greater Manchester, is a bus terminus for approximately sixty-five bus services in the Greater Manchester area. It opened in 1981, having formerly been a car park, and is adjacent to the headquarters of Stagecoach Manchester.
Before it opened, most bus services ...
A good number of primary and secondary schools are located in the area and Many of these were awarded ‘good’ at their most recent Ofsted inspection, with some (like Ladybrook, Stockport School and Great Moor Infant School) being rated ‘Outstanding’.Read More
Stockport Technical School is the main public ...