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Mellor FC 5-a-side Tournament

15th July 2017 at Wood Lane Marple.

£60 Entry per team. Group stages followed by knock-outs. 15 minute games one way.

Hot food and drinks van on site, cold drinks also available.

£30 deposit to secure your place with £30 payable on the day (or in advance if you prefer).

mailto:mellorafc@yahoo.com
Nibs For Chapel Arts

Nibs For Chapel Arts organised readings at REMS Wine bar where writers can listen or read out their own work.

Chapel Arts have a jam-packed agenda over the next few months with something to suit everyone. Art and Craft workshops are being held every Monday afternoon in the lounge at Chapel Methodist Church. The classes which are open to all and run by experienced tutors cover printing, glass, felt, jewellery and textile making. Email: valvernon@yahoo.co.uk.

Following on from the popular 4th Chapel Arts Creative Writing course there are plans to run another  for authors wanting to share their work, or gain in confidence. Contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

After the success of the Chapel Arts 2nd Annual Writing Competition there are plans to run a similar event for Chapel High School pupils and a grant has been applied for. Further details will be available  through the website chapelarts.org.uk.

The group is also looking to organise a writing competition for primary pupils to start in 2018. Anyone interested in sponsoring this venture should contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

Mock Deer (Ricky Damiani)

Friday 25th August 8pm

Tickets £10 - bring your own beer!

Book online www.thestudios.co

http://www.thestudios.co.uk
Summer of Sport

Wednesday August 23, Lyme Park, Disley: Summer of Sport - Come and Try Golf, 1pm-2pm. Free event (normal park admission), no need to book.  Contact Graham Clark  01663 761411, Graham.Clark@nationaltrust.org.ukof

mailto:Graham.Clark@nationaltrust.org.ukof
New Mills Festival

Friday September 8 - Sunday 24, New Mills Festival - this year's theme, Around The World - concerts, talks, walks, workshops, children's activities. Attractions include Festival Art Trail, more than 150 artists & 70 venues turn the town into a huge gallery. Sat 16, 7.30pm, New Mills School: The Adventures of Andy Kershaw - well travelled broadcaster and music aficionado looks back on his life; Fri 22,  7.30pm,  New Mills Art Theatre: Finally Phil Collins tribute show; Sunday 24, New Mills School: Festival Finale with foot stomping gypsy folk rockers Holy Moly & The Crackers. 

http://newmillsfestival.com
Carver Theatre

Friday September 15 - Saturday 23, Carver Theatre, Marple: Albert Wrigglesworth's Teeth - rib-tickling Northern comedy which revolves around false teeth and funerals, 7.45pm (Sat 16, 2.30pm). Tickets can be booked with Hollins of Marple, open seven days a week, 0161 449 8363 or online at carvertheatre.co,uk

http://carvertheatre.co.uk
Stockport Plaza

Saturday September 16 - Sunday 24, Plaza, Stockport: Sat 16, The Upbeat Beatles; Sun 17, Pink Floyd's The Wall Live, plus 90 minutes of Floyd classics; Fri 22, ELO Again  - Return To The Blue Tour; Sat 23, Boney M In Disco Fever 2017; Sun 24, 4pm, The Green Room: Everything Stops For Plaza 85th Birthday Tea. All events 7.30pm or as shown. Box office 0161 477 7779

http://stockportplaza.co.uk
Buxton Opera House

Saturday September 16 - Saturday 23, Buxton Opera House: Sat 16, The Kast Off Kinks - former members of the legendary Kinks including original (1964-84) drummer Mick Avory; Sun 17, The BIG Chris Barber Band - Centenary of Jazz; Thurs 21, The Simon and Garfunkel Story; Sat 23, Ronnie Scott's All Stars Soho Songbook - direct from London's world-famous jazz club. All events 7.30pm, or as shown. Box office 0845 127 2190.

http://buxtonoperahouse.org.uk
Mellor & Townscliffe Golf Club

Friday 22nd September at 7.30pm – MTGC present New Lights Big Band tickets £8 – food available to purchase on the evening, Everyone welcome.

mailto:events.mtgc@hotmail.com
Marple Carnival Boot Sales

Turn your trash into cash and help add to the Carnival funds in the process. The place to be is on Rose Hill Station Car Park on the last Sunday in each month from 8am to 1pm.

We do not take advance bookings, simply turn up on the day and join the queue and be ready to start selling from 8am! Only £9 per car.

Please note that there are no toilet facilities on site.

Nature Safari

The nature safari will take place in Brabyns Park on the 24th September at 10am

This will be a guided walk round the park by Russell Headley of Nature Talks and Walks http://www.naturetalksandwalks.co.uk/

It is aimed at families with young children and is free to attend

Cakes and drinks will be available after the event

We will meet at the car park near the children’s play park in Brabyns at 10am

http://www.naturetalksandwalks.co.uk/
Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club

Climate Change Effects on Diseases and Pests by Jeff Bates.

Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club meets on the last Wednesday of most months at 7:30pm in Chapel Town Hall, Market Street, Chapel. Most of these meetings have a speaker who talks about a particular interest they have to do with gardening.

Members also have the opportunity on an evening in June to visit a local garden (often opened under the National Garden Scheme) for a private visit. The Club offers an annual membership at £15 or visitors are charged £3 for a single visit. We are a friendly group and welcome visitors.

Nibs For Chapel Arts

Nibs For Chapel Arts organised readings at REMS Wine bar where writers can listen or read out their own work.

Chapel Arts have a jam-packed agenda over the next few months with something to suit everyone. Art and Craft workshops are being held every Monday afternoon in the lounge at Chapel Methodist Church. The classes which are open to all and run by experienced tutors cover printing, glass, felt, jewellery and textile making. Email: valvernon@yahoo.co.uk.

Following on from the popular 4th Chapel Arts Creative Writing course there are plans to run another  for authors wanting to share their work, or gain in confidence. Contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

After the success of the Chapel Arts 2nd Annual Writing Competition there are plans to run a similar event for Chapel High School pupils and a grant has been applied for. Further details will be available  through the website chapelarts.org.uk.

The group is also looking to organise a writing competition for primary pupils to start in 2018. Anyone interested in sponsoring this venture should contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

Connect Coffee Mornings

The last Friday of each month (term time only) at the Lodge at Reuben’s Retreat, Park Crescent, Glossop, SK13 7BQ.

Please let us know if you are planning to attend so that we can make sure we have enough space. Telephone: Sally on 01457 680023.

mailto:support@reubensretreat.org
Bach at Twilight

You are invited to come on a month-by-month candlelit journey through J.S. Bach’s complete organ works, performed at twilight throughout 2017 - the 40th anniversary of the commissioning of the st. Thomas organ.

The 12 concerts will be performed by the church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean. Andrews performance will be displayed on a video screen.

As the sun sets each month throughout 2017, Mellor Church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean, takes us on a musical journey through the organ works of J.S.Bach. Between the pieces, Andrew gives a fascinating and entertaining insight into the life and works of the great man.

Why 2017? It’s a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the installation of the St. Thomas Mellor organ.

Entry is free and unticketed and there are wine and refreshments during the interval. There is a retiring collection in aid of Church funds.

Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club

Alpine and Rock Gardening.

Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club meets on the last Wednesday of most months at 7:30pm in Chapel Town Hall, Market Street, Chapel. Most of these meetings have a speaker who talks about a particular interest they have to do with gardening.

Members also have the opportunity on an evening in June to visit a local garden (often opened under the National Garden Scheme) for a private visit. The Club offers an annual membership at £15 or visitors are charged £3 for a single visit. We are a friendly group and welcome visitors.

Connect Coffee Mornings

The last Friday of each month (term time only) at the Lodge at Reuben’s Retreat, Park Crescent, Glossop, SK13 7BQ.

Please let us know if you are planning to attend so that we can make sure we have enough space. Telephone: Sally on 01457 680023.

mailto:support@reubensretreat.org
Bach at Twilight

You are invited to come on a month-by-month candlelit journey through J.S. Bach’s complete organ works, performed at twilight throughout 2017 - the 40th anniversary of the commissioning of the st. Thomas organ.

The 12 concerts will be performed by the church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean. Andrews performance will be displayed on a video screen.

As the sun sets each month throughout 2017, Mellor Church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean, takes us on a musical journey through the organ works of J.S.Bach. Between the pieces, Andrew gives a fascinating and entertaining insight into the life and works of the great man.

Why 2017? It’s a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the installation of the St. Thomas Mellor organ.

Entry is free and unticketed and there are wine and refreshments during the interval. There is a retiring collection in aid of Church funds.

Connect Coffee Mornings

The last Friday of each month (term time only) at the Lodge at Reuben’s Retreat, Park Crescent, Glossop, SK13 7BQ.

Please let us know if you are planning to attend so that we can make sure we have enough space. Telephone: Sally on 01457 680023.

mailto:support@reubensretreat.org
Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club

Annual General Meeting and Social Evening (Members Only).

Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club meets on the last Wednesday of most months at 7:30pm in Chapel Town Hall, Market Street, Chapel. Most of these meetings have a speaker who talks about a particular interest they have to do with gardening.

Members also have the opportunity on an evening in June to visit a local garden (often opened under the National Garden Scheme) for a private visit. The Club offers an annual membership at £15 or visitors are charged £3 for a single visit. We are a friendly group and welcome visitors.

 

 

Nibs For Chapel Arts

Nibs For Chapel Arts organised readings at REMS Wine bar where writers can listen or read out their own work.

Chapel Arts have a jam-packed agenda over the next few months with something to suit everyone. Art and Craft workshops are being held every Monday afternoon in the lounge at Chapel Methodist Church. The classes which are open to all and run by experienced tutors cover printing, glass, felt, jewellery and textile making. Email: valvernon@yahoo.co.uk.

Following on from the popular 4th Chapel Arts Creative Writing course there are plans to run another for authors wanting to share their work, or gain in confidence. Contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

After the success of the Chapel Arts 2nd Annual Writing Competition there are plans to run a similar event for Chapel High School pupils and a grant has been applied for. Further details will be available  through the website chapelarts.org.uk.

The group is also looking to organise a writing competition for primary pupils to start in 2018. Anyone interested in sponsoring this venture should contact Jean on 01663 719945 or jean_coops16@hotmail.co.uk.

Bach at Twilight

You are invited to come on a month-by-month candlelit journey through J.S. Bach’s complete organ works, performed at twilight throughout 2017 - the 40th anniversary of the commissioning of the st. Thomas organ.

The 12 concerts will be performed by the church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean. Andrews performance will be displayed on a video screen.

As the sun sets each month throughout 2017, Mellor Church’s Director of Music and International Recitalist, Andrew Dean, takes us on a musical journey through the organ works of J.S.Bach. Between the pieces, Andrew gives a fascinating and entertaining insight into the life and works of the great man.

Why 2017? It’s a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the installation of the St. Thomas Mellor organ.

Entry is free and unticketed and there are wine and refreshments during the interval. There is a retiring collection in aid of Church funds.