Four Heatons is the name of four neighbourhoods, Heaton Chapel, Heaton
Heaton Moor and Heaton Norris, which form a suburban area
Stockport bordering the city of Manchester, England. It is a
commuter zone, with greenbelt and a conservation area, and is
coterminous with the SK4 postcode district.
The opening of railway stations, first at
Heaton Norris in 1840 and
Heaton Chapel in 1853, resulted in the suburbanisation of
the Four Heatons.
The four neighbourhoods each have their own high street and centre,
but share a common retailing theme, with bars, delis and independent
music and cinema.
In 2009, local businesses and traders formed a voluntary organisation
in the area called the
Four Heatons Traders Association. This
organisation is partly funded and supported by
Borough Council, and has become a focal point for community
A Friends of
Heaton Chapel Station group (FofHCS) was formed in August
2011 to improve the station, by looking after the gardens and through
various award-winning projects and art projects. FofHCS also want to
encourage greater use of the station by promoting the facilities,
services and destinations served, and by lobbying for improvements
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Stockport Council. "Four Heatons". stockport.gov.uk.
^ a b c The
Four Heatons Traders Association. "About Us".
fourheatons.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-11-09.
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^ "About the Friends of
Heaton Chapel Station Friends Of Heaton
Chapel Station". www.friendsofheatonchapelstation.co.uk. Retrieved 9
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