Best Place For... with Karl and Kim Reed of Able Joinery

PUBLISHED: 17:11 12 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:10 20 February 2013

Best Place For... with Karl and Kim Reed of  Able Joinery

Best Place For... with Karl and Kim Reed of Able Joinery

Karl and Kim Reed run Able Joinery a busy Altrincham based company who specialise in period windows and doors, well established and having grown 'due to popular demand', with a good eye for detail these are their BEST PLACES FOR...

Karl and Kim Reed run Able Joinery a busy Altrincham based company who specialise in period windows and doors, but are also a first choice for Trafford's residents and businesses for their all round joinery and glazing needs. Well established and having grown 'due to popular demand', with a good eye for detail these are their BEST PLACES FOR...

Rounding off a hard week
Friday 6pm. Stroll through churchyard and to The Belmore, Brooklands for quick drink, back home for home cooked meal..bliss.

Soaking in Manchester's unique atmosphere.. football
Metrolink to Man United Old Trafford, watch one of Europe's top clubs right on the doorstep, 90 minutes of slick football, soak up the atmosphere. Or for those of a blue persuasion walk via Ancoats to City's fabulous new Eastlands ground, sing along to Blue Moon and see how the new expensive signings fare.

Entertaining kids on a wet weekend
Trafford Centre's magnetic draw complete with Namco Station's change sapping, exciting arcade, bumper cars and bowling allies. Have lunch from Asian takeaways in Orient for 5 a head so you don't go home penniless!

City weekend break

Fly from Manchester to Cologne. Eat lunch from square market stalls, enjoy the Zoo, cable car, Rhine trip and fun fair. Don't forget the Suchard's chocolate experience, street market, fabulous art gallery and Dom (cathedral) with street performers outside.

Local night out
Can't beat great curry at Masala Lounge, Sale then across to Sale Waterside for Buzz Comedy's stand up.

Perfect Sunday afternoon
Take dogs, park in Dunham Park, walk past Bollington Mill and over bridge to Swan With Two Nicks to try a guest beer or two. Dogs get biscuits and a drink of water too, kids optional! Home for Sunday Roast.

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