Retail Comings and Goings in Tameside, August 2019: The Ashton Review of Shops

This month’s window on the shop windows The Royal Exchange Theatre comes to Stalybridge Civic Hall; TAC Tales: Ashton bus shelter changes; Plus all the usual retail movements from Hollingworth to Littlemoss. Over the last month, the sizzling summer weather gave way to flooding with parts of the Tame Valley affected.

Retail Comings and Goings in Tameside, July 2019: The Ashton Review of Shops

This month’s window on the shop windows Stalybridge leads the borough’s Tameside Pride celebrations; Ashton-under-Lyne’s Wilko store reopening; Boots and William Hill to cut stores; Plus all the usual retail movements from Hartshead to Haughton Green. The summer weather came into its own over the last month. Especially so on Armed Forces Day which coincided…

Retail Comings and Goings in Tameside, June 2019: The Ashton Review of Shops

This month’s window on the shop windows Excellent start for Tameside Young Traders’ Market; Ashton-under-Lyne’s Top Shop/Topman store to close after 35 years; The return of a legendary Stalybridge pub – on a new site; Plus all the usual retail movements from Littlemoss to Broadbottom. Had it not been for the successful Tameside Young Traders’…

Retail Comings and Goings in Tameside, May 2019: The Ashton Review of Shops

This month’s window on the shop windows Coming soon: a new occasional market for young traders; Ashton charity shop opened by Coronation Street actor; Plus all the usual retail movements from Roaches to Haughton Green. The last month has been a fairly ordinary one, even with the Easter holidays.

Ladysmith Shopping Centre Through The Ages

Four ages of Ashton-under-Lyne’s 1960s precinct Contrary to popular belief, the Ladysmith Shopping Centre wasn’t Ashton’s first pedestrianised precinct. Stamford Arcade (from Old Street to Stamford Street), Clarence Arcade (again on Stamford Street), and Market Avenue (from the Earl of Stamford’s street up to Bow Street) beat Metrolands’ development to it.