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Junior football club’s unique football sticker album

Sunday, 02 December, 2018

Rose Hill Junior Football Club (JFC) in Marple is one of the first in the country to issue its own football sticker album.

Time running out for library consultation

Sunday, 02 December, 2018

As we recently reported, Stockport Council has set up an online questionnaire to ask library users about their experiences ahead of the proposed 'Open+' scheme.

It's a magical scene, a sure fire sign that Christmas really has arrived.

Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Along the canal side, you can sense the excitement and anticipation among the gathering crowds as New Horizons narrowboat, glowing in the darkness of a December night, glides along the water from Goyt Mill to the Social and Forces Club on Limekiln Lane with a very special guest on board.

Make it Marple helping local craftspeople

By Susan Hampshire on Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Three craftspeople have been speaking about how taking part in the regular Make It Marple event is doing wonders for their businesses.

Rugby Relics Smash Fundraising Target

By Gabrielle Pickard Whitehead on Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Marple’s ex-serviceman Chris Price and his three former colleagues are back from the battlefields in France and Belgium, having successfully completed the last of five centennial Frontline Walks to mark the WWI years.

David continues charity work

By Matthew Corrigan on Thursday, 22 November, 2018

In the summer issue of The Marple Review we covered the story of former Marple Hall School teacher David Whaite, who ran around the 98-mile Cheshire Ring in under 24 hours.

Mellor Resident Achieves Award for Fundraising Efforts

Thursday, 22 November, 2018

The gardens of Marple were in full bloom this summer, as part of the ‘Open Gardens in Marple’ event, which managed to raise an incredible £13,000 for Cancer Research UK.

Mixed reaction to A6MARR

Thursday, 22 November, 2018

On the morning of Monday October 15, nearly four years after the bulldozers first went in, the brand new A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road finally opened.

Rail Link to Stockport?

By Matthew Corrigan on Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Traffic in Marple has been a major concern for many years. At peak times Stockport Road becomes a car park, with commuters from Glossop, New Mills, High Peak and beyond all funnelling through the town and adding to the already heavy local commuter traffic.

Community Pulls Together to Support Red Box Project

By Gabrielle Pickard Whitehead on Thursday, 22 November, 2018

No girl should have to miss school because she has her period. Sadly, as many as one in ten girls miss out on their education because they cannot afford sanitary products.