A friendly community
We currently have around 15 small businesses located at the Old Brickworks. These include: bespoke furniture makers and restorers, sculptors, picture framers, car restorers, coffee roasters, borehole drillers, a pottery and even a coal merchant. The units are equipped to a variety of specifications and some can be used for food preparation. We aim to maintain a friendly and supportive environment for all small businesses.
Current tenants include:
Mahoney Sculptures www.mahoneysculpture.com
Kickback Coffee Roasters https://www.kickbackcoffee.co.uk/
Autotech Cheshire autotechcheshire.co.uk
J. D. Worrall Conservation http://www.jdworrall.co.uk/
Blair Water Well Drilling
Pott Shrigley Joinery
Frank Albert Studio design and metalwork.
Dialstone Motors @dialstone motors
James Brierley - Coal Merchant
Timeless Galleries - art and antiquities
Jamie Robins fitted kitchens
Vacuum precision resources http://vacuumprecision.co.uk/psl/
Cheshire Pump Company Ltd www.cheshirepumpcompany.co.uk
Abigail Durham gardens
Frank Albert Studio
Peter Sefton UPVC window installation www.facebook.com/Seftonupvc/
Kayne Broodie,Vinyl and spray surface refinishing. Kitchen upgrade
Pott Shrigley is a small village on the edge of the Peak district. Locally there is an historic church (St Christopher's built in the 14th and 15th century) a primary school and a village hall which organises local events. Shrigley hall hotel and golf club is located about 1 mile away
Bollington is a small town located about 1 mile away. Bollington is home to many pubs and the award winning Bollington Brewing Co. There are various restaurants, shops, cafes, delis and other amenities. There is a dynamic biannual arts festival held in May.
In Macclesfield approx 4 miles away: train station with fast routes to Manchester, Birmingham and London. Plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and entertainments.
We are located 11 miles from Manchester airport
Our reasonable rates depend on the exact specifications of the property, please contact us to discuss