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Shoppers have a great choice too. Home to a great mix of well-known High Street names and quirky independently owned shops, Stockport has something for everyone.

Explore the historic Underbanks, stroll down the newly pedestrianised shopping area on Princes Street or get a taste of your favourite High Street brands in Merseyway Shopping Centre.

Browse the season’s latest styles, get the latest gadgets, pick up something for the weekend. From fashion to food, books to boots, mobiles to music – you can find it in Stockport.

News & Events

  • Event

    One Stockport Hub Storytime

    02 Dec 2021 - 14 Jul 2022

    Explore children's picture books, using drama, song, dance and play. 

  • Event

    A Bit of a Carry On

    23 Jan 2022

    Actor Tyler Butterworth tells the story of his parents, Peter Butterworth and Janet Brown.

  • Event

    Ed Byrne: If I’m Honest

    27 Jan 2022

    TV favourite Ed Byrne is finally back on the road with his biggest tour to date!

  • News

    14th January: Today’s latest coronavirus updates

    UK economy returned to pre-Covid levels in November for the first time

  • News

    Stockport shoppers donate £50,000 worth of presents to Merseyway’s Giving Tree

    Thousands of local shoppers took part in the campaign, donating over 3,000 Christmas gifts

  • News

    13th January: Today’s latest coronavirus updates

    Stockport Council opens applications for Omicron Hospitality and Leisure grant scheme.

“I love the smaller shops around the new paved area around Princes Street. It’s so much safer for the kids now and just a few yards away from the High Street names in Merseyway. I also like exploring the quirky shops around Underbank”.

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    LATEST TOWN CENTRE FOOTFALL

    Total visits this period:

    492,332

    Busiest time of the day:

    12.00 - 13.00

    Average dwell time:

    141 mins

    Average visits per day:

    16,410

    (Provided by Sept 2021 research)