Buckley: Rochdale’s newest name in quality menswear
Date published: 12 November 2018
Philip Buckley South Parade
For stylish high-quality clothing with a touch of class, look no further than Buckley, Rochdale’s newest name in menswear.
Having worked at the esteemed Denis Hope for over 20 years, Philip Buckley, who has opened the eponymous store, thought now was the perfect time to branch out and open his own independent business.
Mr Buckley said: “Rochdale is definitely on the up. The town centre is having a resurgence with the massive £250m redevelopment and the river reopening, new bars are opening, and there is a real buzz about getting people back into town.”
Buckley is located in one of the most iconic buildings in town, breathing life into the former John Peers hair salon on South Parade. Following a full refurbishment, the shop now boasts two floors filled with quality and classic menswear across the ground and basement floors.
The ground floor features casual collections for everyday wear, with everything from jeans and t-shirts to coats and shoes.
The formal tailoring department is located downstairs, featuring with a comprehensive selection of suits and jackets, as well as formal trousers for all occasions.
You can also hire a suit, as Buckley’s caters for all: from a single slim-fit suit to large wedding parties.
Buckley’s also offers on-site alterations in their open work room whilst you wait.
Buckley’s is conveniently located just seconds away from the Town Hall Square, where you can park for three hours free each day.
Buckleys, a quality name for quality clothing - open Monday – Saturday 9am to 5.30pm.
1 South Parade
Do you have a story for us?
Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
All contact will be treated in confidence.
Most Viewed News Stories
- 1Rochdale in Rainbows: same-sex and trans symbols replace green man at pedestrian crossings for...
- 2Operation rescues 101 dogs from suspected illegal breeders
- 3Police have arrested a man following a report of an attempted abduction
- 4Friendly faces to boost town centre as rangers introduced
- 5350 children in Rochdale will receive little to no presents this Christmas