What a year it’s been for our shops, restaurants, salons and businesses in Cheadle Hulme Shopping Centre. Nobody’s escaped unscathed. Some have been hit harder than others. Now, more than ever, we need to support the local independents we love – and then continue to do so.
Adaptability in business has always been important but perhaps never more so than during the last year. For local tool and equipment hire company PAL Hire, their flexible business model and adaptable way of working has helped the company record their best year yet. I Love Bramhall met up with Co-Director Dan Daintry to find out more.
Station Road Opticians are no longer the new kids on the block. Mind you, they’re still very definitely the cool kids. The cool, speccy kids, no less. Read more
A wise woman once said of instructing an estate agent ‘ALWAYS go with a local, independent agency, because to them, every single sale matters. Their livelihood depends on it’. It was me, Kate, I said it.
Cheadle Hulme based boutique PR consultancy, Philosophy PR, has secured three new clients, despite the ongoing pandemic. The duo behind Philosophy PR, Gemma Carey and Victoria Maltby, have made an immediate start with their new clients, which incorporate the retail, care and finance sectors.
How we all loved Bramhall’s adorable Carrwood Fairy Trail. Jo Hoddes, of Cheadle Hulme Boutique, Fuzzy Goose, created the trail. The wonderful Friends of Carrwood and the local community really stepped up too. So magical and so enchanting – the Fairy Trail captured the imagination of children and adults alike.
We are once again pleased to hear that Just Helping will be running their annual Christmas Tree collection in the South Manchester area including Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme. Read more
A hilarious new Christmas film written by local resident telling a modern-day nativity tale has just hit social media.
New Care is delighted to open the doors to Cheadle Manor, its latest state-of-the-art care facility located on Stockport Road in Cheadle.