Although we are currently in Lockdown small businesses are still open where permitted offering essential items and for non essential businesses offering Click & Collect. Ashton Town Team encourage to support our small local businesses during this time, we need to protect our High Street and buy local where we can!
Essential stalls are open inside Ashton Market Hall – please follow social distancing guidance and please wear a mask.
Click & Collect
Many small shops are offering this service in Ashton town centre so please think local when you next buy !
New Shu – Visit the Facebook page
Decisions Clothing – shop online www.decisionsclothing.com
Cockney Toys – Visit the Facebook page
Room 14 – shop online – room14menswear.co.uk
Brians Curtains – Visit the Facebook page
Rouge Fabrics – shop online –www.rougefabrics.com
Jacky’s Floral Designs – 07413274136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rewind Collectables – Shop online – www.rewindcollectables.co.uk/
Genoa Blue – Visit the Facebook page
Seraphina Boutique – Visit the Facebook page
Lullabys Nursery Goods – Visit the Facebook page
Michael Hall Florist – 01613304115
The Kiosk – 0161 339 9909
Tech Corner – 0161 343 3009
Williams Bros Carpets – email@example.com
Gold Medal Restaurant – 0161 330 2940
JRS Collectables –
Tarps Filipno Fusion –07496 175109 Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday for collection and take away only
Nats Bombay Kitchen – Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday for order collections only.
Please call 07817093159 to place your order in advance.
Wrights Alfresco Cafe
Wendy & Mandy’s Cafe
A number of businesses are offering a delivery service. Please contact each business directly to enquire
*Stawberry Garden* 07405952655
*Paws and Claws* 0161 330 3589
*Briggs Butchers* 07951493548
*Pearson Butchers* 0161 330 8607
*Williams Deli* firstname.lastname@example.org 07904215624
*Seaking* 0161 343 2763
*Wilsons* (Ashton Market Ground Kiosk) 07462602636
*Fruits & Roots* (Ashton Market Ground Kiosk) 07793085624
Did you know ?
Ashton town centre has the greatest number of independent businesses in Tameside. Many of these offer a bespoke service and goods not available from High Street retailers.
Harrington & Hallworth sells some of the worlds premium brands of watches and jewellery such as Tag Heuer, Breitling and Gucci.
Ashton is home to some of the longest established retailers in the area such as Ashton Discount, Meeks Shoes, Cameraz, Mary Haworth, Brians Curtains, Briggs Butchers.
Ashton Market Hall has won a number of awards including Market Of The Year multiple times.
A short distance from the town centre is popular furniture store Ikea and Marks & Spencer.
Ashton Moss features Ashton Park Garden Centre, Cineworld multiplex and Hollywood Bowl
Arthur Brook, who founded Brook Bond Tea, was born in Ashton
Well known celebrities born in Ashton include Amanda Barrie, Brian Wilde, Ronald Fraser, Margaret Beckett and football legend Geoff Hurst.
Tameside’s Local Studies & Archive Centre is based in the town.
The town centre has hosted various film and tv crews from series such as Coronation Street, Cobra, Band Of Gold and films like East is East. In October 2020 Stamford Street was transformed for the new drama Ridley Road.
The life sized bronze statue of The Pieman on Market Street commemorates John Allen, known locally as “Uncle John”. This former collier turned caterer sold pies at local football matches and was well known for his generosity during the cotton famine, providing much needed food, specifically pies to the needy…