Stockport is the largest town in Greater Manchester and is six miles from the city centre.
The population of Stockport has more older people and fewer younger adults than the national average.
Particularly driven by young adults (18-29) leaving Stockport, either for further or higher education or to find work or affordable housing, although the younger population is growing.
Stockport is less ethnically diverse than the national average with 92% of the population identifying themselves+ Read More
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Stockport is five miles from Manchester Airport. Stockport Railway Station links with a number of train companies and lines, many providing routes to the North West and West but some also to London and the South. Stockport bus Terminus is one of the largest and busiest bus stations in Greater Manchester.
In Stockport you can...+ Read More
Stockport Market is open four days a week selling vintage goods and collectables, homeware, furniture, and food and drink. They also hold special events at various times of each month where you can buy artisan goods, books, and records, street food and watch live entertainment. The Victorian Market Hall at the centre of the historic Market Place, is home+ Read More