Landmark Competition – vote Essoldo!

Vote for us  – please!

Is Stretford’s Essoldo cinema the best thing about Chester Road? Does Altrincham Market deserve more recognition for its 700 year history? Or do you prefer the views from green spots like Dunham Massey, Walkden Gardens or Davyhulme Park? Whatever you think is the most iconic landmark, your Advertiser wants to hear from you.

Our editor Paul Harrison explained: “We would like to hear from you the readers about the places dear to you.

“It could be an eye-catching building, your favourite park, a clock tower which you can always rely on to tell you the time or a sculpture that makes your town centre stand out.

“We want to incorporate the most popular images in the masthead of our two newspapers – the Sale and Altrincham Advertiser and the Stretford and Urmston Advertiser.

“Once we have a shortlist we can put the finalists out to a public vote.”

If you have a suggestion you can email us at news@myadvertiser.co.uk.

Please put ‘Stretford and Urmston landmark’ or ‘Sale and Altrincham’ landmark in the subject field. Or you can write to us at ‘Landmark’, The Advertiser (Stretford and Urmston or Sale and Altrincham) at Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Chadderton, OL9 8EF.

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One response to “Landmark Competition – vote Essoldo!

  1. My votes in there, with the hope that the building will look something like its’ former glory before featuring on the paper’s masthead!

    gregmeadefineart

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