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Stockport Council Wellbeing Festival

by jontwigge on 17 October, 2017

The Council’s Wellbeing Festival takes place from 11am to 2pm on Monday 23 October in the Town Hall Ballroom and celebrates the beginning of Great Britain Health and Wellbeing Week. Council employees and members of the public are invited to the event which will include a wide range of stalls, information and activities to inspire […]

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A fun and interesting event where you might pick up a bargain! Shepherd & Williams present The Edgeley Park Stadium Antique and Collectors Fair, offering up to 80 stalls and a huge variety of antiques and collectables. Set inside a lavish suite in Stockport County’s iconic stadium, this is a fantastic day out and the […]

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Norbury Church Film Night

by paulankers on 13 August, 2017

Norbury Church Film Club  will be watching ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, Oscar Wilde’s delightful exceedingly witty play brought to the big screen. Our source does not say which version of it, but we are hoping for the 1952 version over the 2002 remake. Saturday 26th August 6.30pm  

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The Liberal Democrat Group on Stockport Council welcome the first Pride festival which will be taking place in the Market Place from 10am to 4pm this Sunday 30th July. There will be a main stage at Castle Yard with acts including two former participants in the X-Factor and a line-up of local performers along with […]

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Summer Activities in Stockport

by jontwigge on 23 July, 2017

Stockport Homes is working in partnership with Life Leisure, SAVVY, Equity Housing and Stockport County to run a variety of sessions for children across the summer holidays. There’s a lot happening to cater for families and children as well as volunteering opportunities for young people over 13.

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Don’t Miss Hazel Grove Carnival This Weekend!

by paulankers on 13 July, 2017

Celebrating 40 Years of this Amazing Community Event The Theme This Year is……. The ’70s! More information here Hazel Grove Carnival 2017 Saturday, 15th July 2017 Funfair & Events from 10:00am @ Torkington Park – Hazel Grove Parade Starts 11:30am @ Highfield Road – Hazel Grove Our council candidate Paul Ankers will be helping out […]

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Independent Options is 40

by paulankers on 6 July, 2017

Local Charity Independent Options is 40 this year and celebrates its birthday THIS Sunday. Since 1977, Independent Options has been working to empower people with disabilities, enabling them to take control of their lives, achieve their aspirations and enjoy life to the full. Celebrations are between 11am and 4pm (with a BBQ between 12 and […]

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Significant health and care service changes

by jontwigge on 27 June, 2017

Stockport Together Health service and council leaders in Stockport are in the process of agreeing to spend significant sums of money on changing health and care services in the borough. They have been developing plans for some time with input from patients and carers, nurses, doctors, social workers and others. Some changes have already been […]

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Summer Flower Festival

by paulankers on 20 June, 2017

Hazel Grove Methodist Church host their Summer Flower Festival this Saturday. The event, over three days will display a cornucopia of local flowers. There will be cake stalls & refreshments too. The festival ends  with a church service at 4pm on the Sunday. Opening Times: 23rd/24th 10.30 -4pm 25th 2pm to 3.30pm. Admission Free

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Don’t forget to vote if you have a postal vote

by paulankers on 29 May, 2017

Postal votes landed in Hazel Grove on Friday. If you haven’t got yours by tuesday, please contact the Council. This election looks really close. Voters are returning in droves to the LibDems and the result on 8th June could be the closest we have seen here in years. Please get your postal vote returned early. […]

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