Corn Exchange/The Triangle shopping centre's fixtures and fittings to be sold off in £10 sale (9am 19th July) @ Corn Exchange Shopping Centre Manchester - HotUKDeals
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The owners of The Triangle, or Corn Exchange, decided to sell as much as possible from the building before it is redeveloped with everything inside costing £10 from shelves and shop fittings to 50 inch televisions

Everything left in the Triangle shopping centre when it closed down is being sold off this weekend - at £10 each.

Doors to the amazing ‘yard sale’ open at 9am tomorrow with hundreds expected to come for a bargain.

Entry is free with everything inside costing £10, from shelves and shop fittings to 50 inch televisions, sofas and even the huge metal ‘Sky Bar’ structure.

ll the money from the event will be donated to charity Forever Manchester, who fund community groups across the region.

9am 19th July @ Corn Exchange Shopping Centre,Exchange Square, Manchester M4 3TR
0161 834 8961
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Is it worth catching a train there to pick up a 50 inch TV for £10?
Amusing that people are voting this cold hmmm...... :p
Is it worth catching a train there to pick up a 50 inch TV for £10?

Not sure lol would imagine there will be a few people waiting for the doors to open, most things have to be taken away on the day so might be a struggle on the train back with a 50inch TV xD
Was this not posted earlier on ??
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Bull bait
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It'll be stampede.....expect to lose at least one of your eyes and probally your hair.... but most of all your sanity ;)
It used to be good when it was the Corn Exchange before they redeveloped it into The Triangle. Now they've decided it's not working and have to redevelop it again which is not good for a listed building
People on Facebook were saying apparently all the good stuff is already been taken prior to this sale.
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looks like fun - isn't manchester near stockton?

after `rioting` the punters could have moved on to stockton for free pies!!

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