When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Stockport, you’ve chosen exceptionally well. This large town finds itself in Greater Manchester, England, some 7 miles from Manchester’s city centre.

It lies where the River Goyt and Tame merge to create the River Mersey. On your next visit, make sure you find time for a nice spot of lunch. There is no better pastime, after all, than indulging in sandwiches, scones and cake – all washed down by a hearty brew.

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Stockport is historically part of Cheshire, although the area to the north of the River Mersey was once in Lancashire. During the 16th century, the town was but a small settlement on the south bank of the river.

At this time, it specialised in the cultivation of hemp for rope manufacture. In the 1700s, Stockport had one of the first mechanised silk factories in the British Isles. Around one hundred years later, the production of cotton had become its primary industry.

Today, this delightful area has much to offer tourists from far and wide, including, of course, a number of Afternoon Tea Stockport establishments. Expect moreish delicacies, exemplary service and a smiling face in whichever venue you decide upon.