Although most of my work focuses on helping people make the most of the internet, I have a bricks and mortar shop and training centre in Romiley Precinct, Stockport. Providing a physical place where people can come and speak to friendly knowledgeable humans was an important part of my vision for the business. Unlike a traditional shop, we are not open 9 – 5, 6 days a week. As a small business owner, I generally work every day, but the hours and location vary from one day to the next.
The shop is generally open between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
There is usually somebody in the shop Monday – Friday, but I often deliver training or mentor sessions in other venues, which means that I can’t guarantee to be here, so if you are making a special journey, please feel free to ring first or book an appointment to avoid any wasted trips.
If you would like to speak to somebody about a new website for your business or are coming along to one of our training courses, digital skills sessions or craft evenings, then the information below should help you find us. Please get in touch if you have any questions or need any further information, prior to your visit.
9 The Precinct
We are next door to Grapevine Winebar, facing the entrance to Romiley Forum Theatre, in the centre of Romiley Village.
Tel: 0161 222 3060
Travelling to Village Web Company
There is a large, reasonably priced car park, owned by Stockport Council, at the rear of Romiley Precinct. The car park accepts exact payment in cash (no change given) or by using the RingGo phone smart phone app. (Romiley Precinct 15084) If you’d like help using the app to pay for your parking, please let a member of the team know.
Parking costs 30p for an hour and increases to £2.00 for a full day of parking.
Romiley Village is served by the 383 and 384 bus services. There is also a 382 bus service which runs less frequently. Village Web Company is a short walk from the bus stops. If you need to ask for directions ask for Romiley Forum. Village Web Company is facing the Romiley Forum Theatre’s entrance.
Romiley Train Station is short walk away.
The shop is wheelchair accessible and features no stairs or stepped level changes, but does not currently have accessible toilet facilities.
Masks and hand sanitiser are available throughout the shop. The team do not currently wear face masks, in line with current guidance, but we are more than happy to do so, if this makes you more comfortable during your visit.