Painting and decorating suppliers, based in Chorlton, Greater Manchester
At Chorlton Trade Paints, we can sample and mix more than 20,000 colours in water-based and oil-based paints.
Whether you are a professional painter or a DIY decorator, Chorlton Trade Paints has everything you need. With 1000s of colours of paint to choose from and a wide selection of wallpapers, we have something for every taste. We also have a variety of trade and retail quality ladders and decorating accessories so you can complete any decorating job to a high standard.
Chorlton Trade Paints is an independent, family run business, established for 15 years, which always puts the customer first. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are always available to offer advice and answer any questions or queries you may have.
Why choose Chorlton Trade Paints?
•1000s of paint colours mixed while you wait
•Wide variety of wallpaper choices
•Colour matching service
•Friendly, patient staff
•All questions and queries answered
Stretford Grammar School is a grammar school located in Stretford, in the Trafford borough of Greater Manchester, England. It is located on a 15-acre plot in the heart of Stretford, Trafford.AdmissionsThe school has a sixth form in addition to years 7 to 11. Almost two-thirds of the school's pupils are from minority ethnic backgrounds, and approximately 30% of all pupils have a first language other than English, significantly above the national average.HistoryThe first head master was Albert Dakin. The first foundation stone of the school was laid on 1 July 1927. The building was to cost £40,745, and was built by Lancashire County Council. The boys' school opened on 12 September 1928, being officially opened on 23 October 1928 by Eustace Percy, 1st Baron Percy of Newcastle, and was situated on Great Stone Road west of Lancashire's cricket ground. The girls' grammar school was called Stretford Girls' High School on Herbert Street which opened in 1923. In January 1941 the site of the girls' school was totally destroyed by bombing. Nearby Trafford Park produced important materials for the war, not least Rolls-Royce Merlin engines made at Ford's factory. A new girls' school was built on a different site near Longford Park and south of Edge Lane (A5145): the former site was turned into playing fields. The school was administered by the Stretford Divisional Executive of the Lancashire Education Committee. From April 1974, it was administered by Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council.
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