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Timperley Village – ideal home for independents

13 Sep 2022

Timperley Village, Altrincham, a popular and well-established local shopping hub, has attracted another new independent outlet as well as two of its long-standing businesses choosing to stay put.

Debbie Rodin-Simcock , a born and bred Timperley girl, is opening ‘Sew Crafty’ a brand new venture, offering the full range of haberdashery crafting essentials along with craft kits to do at home or join in one of the introductory craft sessions.

It has taken 1 Charles Court, a retail unit comprising 538 sq ft, on a five-year lease.

Debbie, proprietor, Sew Crafty, said: “I’ve always had a dream to have my own craft shop and I am really excited about opening in September and welcoming other craft loving enthusiasts, whether its simple patchwork or how to use that sewing machine inherited years ago”.

At 6 Charles Court, Mohammed Younis has renewed the ‘Cut N Style’ lease on the 295 sq ft unit for another six years.

Robert Sands the proprietor of ‘Cuts Both Ways’ located on the main high street, has also renewed its lease on 236 Stockport Road, comprising 900 sq ft.

Daniel Lee, managing director, Regional Property Solutions, who manage the properties, on behalf of the landlord Taylor Anderson Developments, said: “The revival of shopping local is reflected in these recent transactions and the renewed confidence of new independent businesses as well as those already established in the village”.

Source: About Manchester

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