We want to highlight independently owned, local businesses that operate on and around Chapel Street so that those who live and work in the area can buy local and support our business community.  If you’d like your business to be featured just use #ChapelStreetBiz on Twitter, call us on 0161 278 2519 or email info@chapelstreet.org.

  • Estate Agent

Jordan Fishwick

January 31st, 2017|0 Comments

With 12 branches they are the Largest Independent Estate Agent covering Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Derbyshire.


  • The New Oxford

The New Oxford

January 31st, 2017|0 Comments

Situated in historic Bexley Square, Salford, The New Oxford is an award winning real ale bar which features 16 regularly changing cask ales, 12 continental draft beers and a world beer menu listing over 100 […]

  • The Angel Centre

The Angel Centre

January 30th, 2017|0 Comments

The Angel Centre is a Salford resource where the people of Salford can access all kinds of activities, courses and support from learning new skills through to getting fit or making new friends. Dedicated to […]

  • Ainscow Hotel

The Ainscow Hotel

January 30th, 2017|0 Comments

The Ainscow Hotel is the proud result of a major restoration project. With a history dating back to 1878, The Brown Brothers Building has long been recognised as a local landmark – standing as it […]

  • Kings Arms

Kings Arms

January 29th, 2017|0 Comments

More than just a pub the Kings Arms comprises of studio space and a theatre and was described by The Guardian as ‘Britain’s most bohemian back-street boozer.’  The Kings has been used as a location […]

  • Pub

Salford Arms Hotel

January 29th, 2017|0 Comments

The Salford Arms is an ale house, restaurant and hotel with ales sourced from only the finest micro-breweries in England, fresh, simple and gratifying food and clean, stylish and affordable rooms.


  • Lupo


January 28th, 2017|0 Comments

Proper Italian coffee on Salford’s Chapel Street (and breakfast, lunch, and loose tea brewed in a pot).

Described by Manchester Confidential as ‘an elegant little space filled with light and flowers, good food and magnificent coffee’ […]