Property news and Events in Reddish


Welcome to this months edition of 'Enjoy Local', your monthly update on all things Reddish.

There is plenty of great things to get involved in over the coming month, you'll see a snapshot of some of them in this newsletter.

In terms of the property market, we are approaching what is traditionally the time of year where things start to cool. This year however we have seen that rather than a decrease in buyer demand we are seeing stock levels drop which represents an excellent opportunity for house sellers to launch to market with little competition. If you're planning a move, do contact me for an informal chat.

All the best,



Working from home is increasingly popular, with almost a third of UK employees who use computers for their job, working remotely either every day or at least once a week. Those over 45 are most likely to work from home every day or almost every day.

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I Knead Pizza

A lot of you will already know the guys at ‘i knead pizza’ who regularly have pop up stalls in and around Stockport and offer outside catering for events. They are opening a restaurant in Reddish on Gorton Road which they are hoping to open towards the end of October. We can’t wait to pop in!

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Love Strictly Come Dancing?

Love strictly? Why not learn for yourself! Offering adult ballroom and Latin dance classes each Tuesday this is a great way to learn all your ‘Strictly’ favourite dance moves. You’ll even get your first class half price. The entrance to the hall is via St Agnes Street, Reddish.

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Table Tops

There is a new a new community store opening which will begin with a Table Tops event, each week they will host a new range of sellers from around Greater Manchester. A Great way to find some great products from Local sellers.

The first sale will be held on 1st November at 36a Gorton Road

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There is little else more quintessentially British than the chocolate box cottage. Bringing up idyllic images of rambling roses framing the doorway, thatched roofs, exposed beams and open fires, an escape to a rural retreat is the aspiration of many.

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Just 35% of 25 to 34 year olds were homeowners in 2017, down from 55% twenty years ago. Only 60% of young adults with a 10% deposit and a loan based on an income multiplier of 4.5, can afford the cheapest properties in their local area according to a new report produced by the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

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