Cheadle

Welcome to John Lewis
Cheadle

Whenever you come into our shop you’ll be served by an owner. We’re all Partners in John Lewis, so we make sure you get the best value, service, quality and choice of products every time. After all, it’s our business.

Can't wait for delivery?
Why not try our free Click & collect service?

Simply place your order online by 7pm today, and we'll deliver it to your chosen shop for you to collect after 2pm tomorrow.

 

Shop info

  • Address

    John Lewis
    Wilmslow Road
    Cheadle
    Cheshire
    SK8 3BZ

    Telephone

    0161 491 4914*

    *Call charges will depend on your telephone provider. Please check with your operator for exact charges.

  • Opening hours

    Mon:  9am - 8pm
    (Bank holidays 9am - 6pm)
    Tues:  9am - 8pm
    Wed:  9am - 8pm
    Thurs:  9am -8pm
    Fri:  9am - 8pm
    Sat:  9am - 7pm
    Sun:  11am - 5pm (browsing 10.30am - 11am)





  • About John Lewis Cheadle

    John Lewis had been looking for a site in the Manchester region for some time, so when supermarket Sainsbury’s was looking for a partner to share a new site at Cheadle, just 6 miles south of the city, we were naturally interested.

    It finally opened on 25 October 1995. Being a bit of an unknown, John Lewis Cheadle was the first of our shops to be supported by an extensive advertising campaign. In 2011 it underwent a £19m investment programme.

How to find us

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Directions

John Lewis Cheadle is located off the A34 Handforth bypass. From the M56 and M60, exit at junction 3 and follow the brown tourism signs for Cheadle Royal. We are located next to Sainsburys.

Bus routes 195 and 196 run close to the shop.


Click & collect

Map of Cheadle

Can’t wait for delivery? Why not try our FREE Click & collect service?

You simply place your online order by 7pm today, and we'll deliver it to your chosen shop for you to collect after 2pm tomorrow. This service is available from all John Lewis shops, and in an increasing number of selected Waitrose branches.

The service is available for most but not all of the items we sell, so please check individual product pages when you place an order. We're unable to accept orders that include items for collection from one of our shops as well as items for delivery, so in these cases, please place two separate orders – one for collection and one for delivery.

News and community information

Bringing skills to life

Bringing Skills to Life is about allowing pupils to explore, imagine and create

Through this education programme we aim to inspire children and develop their
imagination and practical skills for life.

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Join us for Story Time

Storytelling is one of the first things that a parent will share with their child, and it’s something many of us take for granted. However, for the parents of some of the UK’s most vulnerable children, the first years of their child’s life can be a bewildering time. Growing up, they may not have had the experience of being read to by their own parents.


That’s why we want to use the power of storytelling in our shops and in schools to raise money to help Barnardo’s support those UK children who need it most.


Our storytelling sessions will take place on the following dates at 12 noon and 3pm:

- 26, 27 July

- 2, 3 August

- 9, 10 August

- 16, 17 August

- 23, 24 August

- 30, 31 August


Please visit our story time page for more information.


Would you like to help us support Barnardo’s?

If you’d like to make a donation, please text JL Cheadle to:

70300 to donate £3

70500 to donate £5

70100 to donate £10

sofa

Giving old sofas a new life

We'll collect and re-use your old sofa when you purchase a new sofa from us. Find out more.

Partners working in the community

Our Recruitment Co-ordinator completed a 6 month Golden Jubilee secondment with the David Lewis charity. 

Find out more


Supporting our communities

Our aims

We're proud of the close links we forge between our Partners and local schools, charities and organisations. And wherever we do business, at home or abroad, we work with communities to make a difference. That's why:

  • Our Community Matters programme in our shops continues to support local charities and community groups
  • We aim to give at least 1% of pre-tax profits to community initiatives
  • We will continue to seek out projects that make a positive lasting impact and reach as many local people as possible


If you’d like to nominate a good cause for Community Matters please complete the nomination form and take it to the Customer Services department.


The charities we’re supporting from February 2014 – April 2014 are:

- The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace

- Mid Cheshire Riding for the Disabled

- Stockport Wheelchair Racing


Community news

Maggie makes a difference

Haberdashery Partner Maggie Taylor has been making the most of her sewing skills at the Together Trust in Cheadle, as part of a Golden Jubilee Trust secondment.

Maggie has been spending one day a week at the school, which provides specialist care for students with behavioural difficulties and autism. She’s involved with the ‘Post 16 Enterprise Group’ and has set up a workshop making soft furnishings. The cushions and draught excluders  the group makes have proved so popular that they are now making items to order, having sold out at the school’s Christmas fair.

“It’s been brilliant having Maggie here,” says Senior Teaching Assistant Jackie Swainson. “We were given fabric samples but Maggie had the ideas and expertise to turn them into saleable items.  I’d never used a sewing machine before but Maggie is now teaching me so I can carry on her good work. She is so calm and capable and that confidence rubs off on our students. The group also helps the students with their social skills, as they chat while they work. Students who have difficulty engaging with other people have found a sense of purpose.”

For Maggie, the most rewarding part of her secondment is the engagement from the students. “I get a buzz every time another student joins us,” she says. “Many of them are lads who said they’d never try sewing, but they join the group and get a real sense of achievement out of making something. Working with the students has helped me to understand autism. Even when I finish my secondment, I’m hoping to carry on as a volunteer.”