Traditional Sweet Shop Sold in Macclesfield

Traditional Sweet Shop Macclesfield Under New Management

Harvey Silver Hodgkinson are pleased to announce the sale of a sweet shop in Macclesfield named The Traditional Sweet Shop. The business is located at 50-54 Mill Street Macclesfield SK11 6LT.

Confectionery News have predicted a stronger year for the UK sweet and confectionery market. They mainly attribute this to the increased popularity in; premium dark chocolate, protein infused products and candy with natural coloring. Now seems to be a great time to open a sweet shop.

Our client 

It was an absolute privileged to sell another business for our client Rachel Harris. This business sale signals the third sweet shop we have sold for Ms Harris in the North West. The two previously were located in Bolton and Warrington. We would like to wish Rachel all the best with all future endeavors.


Mr Chris Davies currently lives in Runcorn and had registered with Harvey Silver Hodgkinson a short time before viewing The Traditional Sweet Shop. Once Mr Davies had requested the business information and arranged a viewing a price was agreed following a short negotiation period. We would like to wish Chris all the best with his new business.


Ms Rachel Harris instructed Andrew Marsden of Howarth Holt Bell Solicitors in Altrincham to deal with his legal requirements. Mr Chris Davies instructed Chris Jones of Jones Robertson Solicitors in Widnes to deal with his legal requirements.


Business sales have always proved to be a popular in Macclesfield over the years. The most recent dealings we have had in the area include; Volk Bar and Kitchen on Chestergate which is now Gastown. Another recent sale by HSH in Macclesfield was Papadam on Mill Street which now trades as Star Lounge Restaurant.


If you are thinking of opening a business and would like to view our full listing please click here. If you are thinking of selling your business and would like a fully confidential discussion with one of our brokers please contact our office on 0161 233 9090.

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