Heanor in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... couple of high street shops Ethel Austin and Gregg's. There is a market square which has a market on a Friday and Saturday but there are only a handful of stalls. There is a furniture project called Sal care which is designed to help the poor and needy selling very cheap furniture and has a cafe with inexpensive meals the biggest shop was Woolworths but now this has been replaced by a lighthouse charity shop. Just around the corner is a small retail park which house Aldi, in store, Birthdays Party, Select, Brantano,Home Bargains and Argos. While this does bring shoppers to Heanor the main high street is up a very steep hill which is quite o... more
Customer Heanor in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Heanor is a small town in Derbyshire between Nottingham and Derby as is Along the A608 .This small town has great road access to the motorways which is part the reason that there always tends to be queues of traffic down the high street. I find the fact that it is actually listed quite surprising in itself it is not a tourist town but more somewhere to live and the main reason People visit Heanor is because they are passing through ,live there or are visiting Argos. The main high street is mainly full of charity shops, local unknown shops and fast food takeaways. There are a couple of high street shops Ethel Austin and Gregg's. There is a market ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Heanor is a small town in the midlands, set inbetween to major cities, Nottingham and Derbyshire. Heanor is very small but has some good things in the area. It has a very good bus service, Trent Barton, which regularly to surrounding towns and to Nottigham and Derby. Heanor has a market square and alongside it there is one road that goes all the way through the town, A608 which leads to Derby and therefore you would probably drive rough rather then spend time there. There isn't much to do in Heanor but here are some of the things that you can do should you visit the area: there is a leisure centre, which has a sports hall, swimming pool ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/09 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Heanor is a small market town in Derbyshire. The area was associated with coal mining and textile production for generations. As we all know the mining industry all but came to an end in the 1980's and the textile industry collapsed in the 1990's, of course this had a dramatic economic effect on the local economy and the market town of Heanor was badly affected by the mine and factory closures. Heanor lays between Nottingham and Derby and both cities are easy to travel to using public transport. There is a good and frequent bus service and a short way away at Langley Mill there is a train station that has live departure boards. Though Heanor may have ... Read the complete review
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