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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Ashton's Fish & Chip Shop Stockport

July 2018: the owners of Ashton's have retired and their shop has closed. Their retirement was hastened by a break in and vandalism to the shop which would have entailed an expensive refurbishment.

Ashton's Fish and Chip Shop, on the A6 in Great Moor, Stockport, has been serving up delicious fish and chips for a long time now. Most evenings when the shop is open, you are likely to see a queue of regular customers waiting patiently in line for their fix of fried cod or haddock, generous portions of chips, mushy peas, and that most northern of delicacies and acquired tastes, the steak and kidney pudding.

Owner Dave's traditional fish and chips are extremely good and served with a smile.

Ashton's Fish & Chip Shop Stockport.

If you don't want to queue there's a small dining room at the back of the shop.

Ashton's Fish and Chip Shop is on the 192 bus route to Stepping Hill Hospital from Stockport and Manchester, on the opposite side of the road from the Traveller's Call pub. Opening times are limited so please call ahead to avoid disappointment if you are travelling from far.

Further attractions in the Stockport area of Greater Manchester include Stockport Town Hall, Stockport Air Raid Shelters, St Mary's Church, Bramhall Hall, Woodbank Park, Vernon Park, Stockport Market, Fred Perry's birthplace, Woodbank Park, the Viaduct, the Hat Works and Stockport Art Gallery.


Ashton's Fish & Chips
316 Buxton Road
Great Moor
Stockport SK2 7DD
Tel: 0161 487 2760

Ashton's is closed at the weekends and is usually open 11.30am-1.30pm and 4.30pm-6.30pm on weekdays, closing a little bit later at 6.45pm on Thursday and 7pm on Friday. Call to avoid disappointment.

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