Snipe Retail Park

The Snipe Retail Park is a large shopping park located west of Ashton-under-Lyne, near Junction 23 of the M60 motorway.

Stores here at the time of writing (October 2016) include Argos, Dunelm, Currys PC World and Carphone Warehouse, Home Bargains, Halfords, Harveys and Bensons for Beds, Wren Kitchens, Carpetright, Pets at Home, Next, B&Q, Topps Tiles, and Dreams.

Wren Kitchens, Harveys, and Halfords stores at Snipe Retail Park.
Wren Kitchens, Harveys, and Halfords

Argos, Dunelm, and Currys PC World are located on the eastern side of the shopping park. The other shops are on the western side.

B&Q DIY store at Snipe Retail Park in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Stores that were here but that have now closed include Comet, Staples, and MFI.

Currys PC World store at Snipe Retail Park.
Currys PC World

Plenty of free customer car parking is available. There’s a 24-hour McDonald’s near the main entrance and a Pizza Hut restaurant on the western side of the park. There’s also a catering trailer near B&Q selling breakfasts, burgers, drinks etc.

Pizza Hut restaurant at Snipe Retail Park.
Pizza Hut

Opening hours vary by store but all are open seven days a week.

Pets at Home and Next at Snipe Retail Park in Ashton-under-Lyne.
Pets at Home and Next at Snipe Retail Park in Ashton-under-Lyne.

To get to Snipe Retail Park by car, leave the M60 motorway at Junction 23 and drive towards Manchester on Manchester Road for around a third of a mile. The postcode to use for satellite navigation systems is OL7 0DN.

Argos and Dunelm stores at Snipe Retail Park.
Argos and Dunelm

Audenshaw Metrolink Station is just a couple of hundred yards away. The nearest train station is Guide Bridge.

Ashton Leisure Park is nearby and offers a cinema, bowling alley, and a good selection of restaurants and pubs.


Map showing location of Snipe Retail Park.

Map showing location of Snipe Retail Park


Snipe Retail Park

Address and postcode
Manchester Road
Greater Manchester
United Kingdom

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  1. Also got fined £60 for shopping here. We had lunch in Dunelm mill. Spent in B and M , Spent around £250 in B and Q and around £300 in Next !!!!. It was a bank holiday shopping trip with my mum. . I am utterly disgusted with this idea of 2 hours free parking but NO option to pay to stay longer!! It is impossible to shop at the snipe in 2 hours if you want to do a couple if shops plus grab a bite to eat. It’s just not worth giving the shops the business ….How on earth could you sort out the big purchase of a new kitchen from Wren kitchens in 2 hours for example? … Let them destroy their own business with these ridiculous fines is what I say….We keep bring told that the high street is dying!! I wonder why? … Everyone should be aware of this type of legal parking charge scam. !!!! Shame on the land owners for being beyond greedy!!!
    It’s happening more and more in all types of retail outlets …I even had to confront my local Sainsbury’s store about it!! I spend around £6000 a year there . I was told that if I stayed over 2 hours then I would receive a fine but if I took my receipt they would have the fine waived. ..Fine but I won’t be bobbing into the cafe before I do a big shop from now on in case I go over my 2 hours !!
    So Snipe retail park…..If you want to visit then make sure you keep your trip to a minimum.. Don’t fall for the scam?!!!

  2. Another retail park another Automated car parking fine system, do yourself a favour and save the hassle of parking here. Customer’s are treated with a laughable content.

  3. Had a job done on my car Saturday 30th May 2015 by Andy. What a knowledgeable man and nothing too much trouble. In my opinion you are very lucky to have this man in your employment.


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