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Barclays Branch in Hazel Grove to Close

by jontwigge on 19 August, 2018

Unfortunately, Barclays Bank tell us that their branch in Hazel Grove will close on Friday 7th December. Banks now have to consult with customers and the community before the branch actually closes – please let us know if this will affect you badly and we can pass on your comments to Barclays. It is really […]

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Melford Road Unauthorised Occupations

by jontwigge on 27 February, 2018

We have seen a series of unauthorised occupations in Melford Road by various different groups of travellers over the years but hopefully there will be an end to the problem soon with the council to make extensive changes to the site – more below. The last year has seen probably more than ever and we […]

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Stockport Liberal Democrats have pledged to freeze parking charges in district centres if they regain control at the Town Hall following this summer’s elections. Speaking about Labour’s proposals, Cllr Mark Hunter, leader of the Lib Dem Group, said: “Labour are proposing a huge hike in parking charges in some places. In the district centres, they […]

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Phase 3 of Stockport Exchange has been launched, with a new office block to be built on the site of the former Cineworld cinema by Stockport station. This is phase three of six that was agreed by the Lib Dem administration on Stockport Council. A few years ago, anyone coming out of Stockport station would […]

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Redrock Cinema Complex Opens in Stockport

by jontwigge on 26 November, 2017

Stockport’s new Redrock cinema complex opened this week. The Light have opened a ten screen cinema. There are a range of restaurants either open already or coming soon include Zizzi, Pizza Express, Gourmet Burger Company and Loungers. A gym opens in January and the new car park – accessible directly from the A6 for the […]

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Citizens Advice Stockport is warning residents to be on the lookout for rogue builders as the national charity reveals it has helped people with 40,000 problems related to home improvements in the last year. “While there are many good trade businesses out there it is sad fact that too many do not always provide the […]

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