is open seven days
a week, right in
the heart of Sale.
Stanley Square is always open early until late with individual retailers and foodie places having their own opening times. So we suggest you check with your favourite destinations before making the trip to see us.
You’ll find us in the heart of Sale Town Centre, only a minute or two’s walk from Sale tram stop. Driving? We’re just over 15 mins away from Manchester City Centre, but all roads lead here.
You can contact us on 0161 962 1086 or send us an email on Tony@stanleysquare.com
There’s plenty of parking within Stanley Square, the first hour is FREE as is parking after 6pm!
We’re conveniently located just a couple of minute’s walk from Sale tram stop. Exit the station, turn left and head over the canal bridge. Keep walking in a straight line towards Cross Street and you can’t miss us on the left.
If pedalling is your preference, there are a good few bike racks ready and waiting within Stanley Square.
We are conveniently located just a couple of minutes walk from the tram stop in Sale. When you exit the station turn left and head over the canal bridge. Keep walking in a straight line towards Cross Street and we are on the left hand side.
Stanley Square’s public spaces are laid out on a single ground-floor level, so lifts or stairs aren’t necessary.
A few of our restaurant buildings are multi-storey, but they’re all fully-fitted with accessible WCs, including emergency pull strings, that can be found in locations during trading hours, with no radar access key required.
If you have any issues at all, please contact our management team inside the covered part of Stanley Square.
We’re open every day of the week, including some public holidays. Not all traders are present on all days, but there’s always plenty of choice. Follow us on social media to keep track of all our latest opening times.
Public toilets, including accessible toilets, are open during trading hours, located just on the outside of Stanley Square (near Tesco).
Yep. We have a car park with 200 spaces. The first hour is even free.
If pedalling’s your preference, there are a good few bike racks ready and waiting within Stanley Square. Just remember, you can’t ride bikes, scooters or rollerskates through the centre.
No can do. The whole area is now a smoke-free zone.
Yes, we wouldn’t be without them. We only ask that furry friends be kept on a lead or carried at all times (and you pick up their poop, please). Some restaurants, bars or stores may have their own policy on pets inside, so please check with anywhere specific you’re planning to visit beforehand.
Yes, we have a space available to the public called HIYA! If you’re interested, send Tony an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re all ears to ways the public might want to be part of the changes in Stanley Square. So, feel free to contact us if you have any ideas for our growing community.
If you’re unhappy with anything at Stanley Square, we want to know. You can either send suggestions by emailing email@example.com, or if it feels more serious by writing to:
Stanley Square, Sale, Manchester M33 7ZZ.
Just make sure you give us the full details of what’s gone on with full contact details so we can reach out personally. Anonymous complaints can’t be followed up.