STAMFORD QUARTER

Stamford Quarter is the beating heart of our modern market town

The Stamford Quarter is found in Altrincham, a modern market town which boasts an array of national and independent shops, excellent food and drink options, a strong leisure and health sector, a revitalised market and a thriving business community. 

What's On

Inch Arts to host a summer of Art workshops

17 August 2022

Inch Arts are taking over the Not So Secret Garden every Monday from 8th August for art and crafting workshops! These workshops will provide an opportunity for adults and children to try their hand at various crafts in a fun and friendly setting. No experience is necessary, and all materials will be provided!  Whether you're an experienced artist or someone who has never picked up a paintbrush, these workshops are sure to be enjoyable. So why not come along and get creative? The workshops will run from 11-11.45am and refreshments will be available to purchase from Stutter & Twitch.  The next workshop is on the 22nd August, please follow the link below to secure your slot: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/make-a-caterpillarbug-tickets-399402462517

Free Garden Festival in the heart of Altrincham 13th August

27 July 2022

Based in Stamford Quarter, this outdoor event will transform The Not So Secret Garden into a vibrant festival ground, complete with live music, flag painting workshops, glitter face painting, a vintage clothes pop-up and more. 

Our Vision

Altrincham already has all of the ingredients that make a successful, sustainable and liveable town. We believe that there is a fantastic opportunity to regenerate Stamford Quarter to create a new liveable neighbourhood that benefits the community, brings variety, reinvigorates the town centre retail and leisure offer, and provides long-term sustainable economic growth.

Our proposals aim to revitalise Altrincham’s town centre offer by creating a mix of uses which will complement the existing retail and leisure, and by bringing more people and more activity to the town.

Have your say by visiting our public consultation page.