Be Your Own Hero!

Brilliant News at the start of 2020, Hero Fitness has opened in The Heatons. This is an innovative, Women’s Only Gym. Lee and Shaun have opened the Wellness Studio on Shaw Road, who each have a degree in exercise science and over 20 years combined experience. So Why Hero? Read more below on what they have to offer.

Exclusive female memberships with creche facilities. Clean, relaxed ambience, exercise with total confidence

All our trainers are REPS registered and have Degrees in Exercise Science and Nutritional Diplomas to help you achieve all of your aspirations

Classes for every fitness level – from HIIT,  power pilates, Mums & Terrors classes and much more we have a wide range of options

Low cost memberships. Flexible memberships available, no joining or cancellation fees apply.

Child-friendly. No childminder required!

To book your session click here.

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Stockport Heritage Trust

If you are passing our Heatons Office, be sure to pop in and collect a copy of Phil Rowbotham’s Heritage Walks. The Heritage Walks are a series and we currently have the four Heatons in the office – Moor Top Heaton Moor, Heaton Chapel, Heaton Norris, Heaton Mersey.

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The Heatons Comedy Evening

January can be long and grey month, so why not book something in to cheer you up. The Heatons Comedy Evening on 2nd February is the ideal event for your calendar and is definitely something to look forward to.

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Young people and shared ownership

With the wealth of options out there to help people onto the property market, it is no surprise that the number of first-time buyers has steadily been increasing, with numbers currently at an 11-year high. However, outside of the government’s Help to Buy scheme, it seems that young people do not understand their other purchasing options – chiefly that of shared ownership.

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Design trends to look out for in 2020

We’re moving into a new decade, and so the last thing that you want is for your home to look dated. Throughout 2019 we have seen some extreme trends in interior design; from the embracing of industrial elements to the resurgence of entirely neutral spaces. We have taken a look at what to expect this year and how to get ahead with your design aesthetic, whatever your budget.


1. Colour makes a comeback
One of the key trends this decade has been that of neutral spaces with a few accent pieces to liven up the décor, however this year one of the main inclinations in design will be towards colour; bolder, brighter and braver! Rebecca Breslin, Wayfair Professional design manager, is calling for an end of “Greige, grey and all neutral everything without texture or visual interest” and therefore if you are looking for a change this year then start by adding colour into your home – burnt oranges and deep blues are set to be en vogue throughout the whole year.


2. Paper set to tear up the market
A feature wall has been the mainstay of every makeover show and glossy magazine before-and-after shoot since the early naughties, however 2020 is set to end this fad. Rather than a singular wall that is adorned with wallpaper, we are going to see all four walls covered with paper – in line with the brighter aesthetic of 2020. Wallpaper has seen something of a renaissance over the past decade, with designs from Gucci and Dior all the way through to stick-and-peel examples flooding the marketplace, and this isn’t set to end this year. If you want to experiment, then start with smaller spaces such as studies, toilets and guest bedrooms where patterns will seem less overwhelming.


3. Cabinet shake-up
The crisp, white kitchens that have been an enduring design staple over the last decade are set to move into retirement in 2020, with colour making its way back into the heart of the home. Kitchen cabinets, more specifically, are to become a real focus in kitchen design – therefore if you are looking to stay on-trend then think about rejuvenating your cabinets. Navy blue matte cabinets with vintage gold handles will transform your aesthetic immediately and mixes the traditional and vintage visuals that are set to be all the rage this year.


4. Give art a start
In these modern days of mass production and consumerism, vintage art and antiques are making a huge comeback due to the perceived one-of-a-kind nature of the objects and that they possess their own unique story. If you are looking to make small changes to your home that make it chic, then adding some select pieces of art is a great start – adding pieces to your kitchen walls will add particular interest to an otherwise utilitarian space.


5. Soften the edges
Throughout the 2010s, chicness has often been related to strong lines, sharp edges and minimalism, however as we move into the next decade this is set to be turned on its head for an altogether softer look. As well as a nod to 30s glamour (think metallics such as silver and gold, as well as scalloped seating) curves and fluid shapes are set to be popular this year; from circular side tables to rounded-edge sofas.

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Property market predictions for 2020

Now that 2019 is over, it is time to look to the year ahead and what is expected to be a strong year for property. Now that there is a majority government and uncertainty around Brexit seems to be assuaged, the outlook for 2020 is strong – read on to see what’s in store.

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10 years in the housing market

Happy new year! A new decade has begun, an ideal time to look back at the housing market over the past 10 years.

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Rhythm V’s Cancer

Not too late to get your tickets for this upcoming festive charity event Rhythm Vs. Cancer, organised by a locally resident Ian Pheasey Its guaranteed to get you moving, a night of old skool original house music at Burnage Rugby Club on Saturday 28th December. Tickets priced just £15 entry from 7pm.

A selection box of DJ’s will be taking over the decks on the night to keep you dancing. This wonderful  event is in memory of Ian’s lovely wife Jo, who died just over a year ago from Bowel Cancer and it will help raise funds to fight the disease. Proceeds will go to Bowel Cancer UK

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Children’s Christmas Disco

This Friday on the 20th December The Heatons Sports Club and hosting a Children’s Christmas disco. This brilliant fun packed event has a Sweet Stall, Adult & children’s Bar Menu and bar meals being served in the Members bar. £2 per Child including a Selection Box (Entry on the door) No charge for Parents. The Heatons Sport Club has fantastic facilities with floodlit tennis courts, rugby pitches, lacrosse pitches and a cricket pitch together with excellent changing rooms. Alongside these facilities, there is a conference and banqueting facilities which can host many social & business events.

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