📣 The new issue of the Altrincham Today magazine is out now! This one is absolutely jam-packed with news, interviews, features and reviews about the people and businesses in our town. It’s a must-read! 💪
Pick up your copy at @altymarket, @jakeshoes, @waitrose, @vh_interiors, @bap_uk on George Street, @marksandspencer in Hale, @boothscountry in Hale Barns, @gran.t.coffeehouse and a few other places around Alty 🙏
Great to see another big event in Altrincham yesterday - the town looked stunning in the sunshine with so much to do for spectators and visitors. Surely the @altrincham10k is now an annual fixture 🏃♂️...
A few have tried the former Hale Grill site (on the corner of Ashley Road and Westgate) in recent years but @peoplehale, one of the most exciting additions to the Hale dining scene for a while, is surely here to stay.
It’s a new venture for Adam Karim, the man behind well-known Manchester restaurant Don Giovanni, who has invested £500,000 in the new restaurant and bar.
It has a Scandi look inside with a European-influenced and reasonably priced menu - and there’s a definite Mediterranean feel to the expanded al fresco seating area. It’s great to have this prime village unit occupied again.
Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council have revealed plans to transform the former Rackhams building in Altrincham in a development they say will be a “gamechanger” for the town centre.
The plans – which are now open to consultation with local residents – will see the former House of Fraser department store transformed into 37,500 sq ft of commercial workspace, with retail and hospitality operators to take 15,000 sq ft space on the ground and lower ground floors.