New Play Reading Group
Our original play-reading group has closed and so we are looking for a small number of new people to form another group with another group coordinator. Help with ideas, suitable material etc will be given. If you are interested in joining and helping email: with Play Reading as the subject
20/08/19 - Expires 31/10/19

New Group - Art Appreciation
Starts 2pm Wed 9th October

(Then every 2nd Wednesday in the month) at the Village Club, Lumb Lane, which has parking. The initial cost will be £2 (including refreshments). Many of you have been waiting for this group, well here it is. Come along and learn more about particular artists, styles of art, the historical context plus later we will visit art exhibitions with a guide. There will be a varied programme of talks, projected pictures of art paintings, and shared participation.

email: with Art Appreciation as the subject

22/07/19 - Expires 31/10/19

New Art Group
After the success of our art group, which is now at capacity, I am pleased to announce Mel, our resident artist will be taking a second group. This will be held on a Monday morning in Cheadle Hulme starting in September.

The aim of the Art group is to help people to enjoy art in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. Everyone is welcome to join the group irrespective of ability and experience. As the sessions progress a variety of projects and themes will be covered.

If you want to come along and join in a very social activity where you can have the opportunity to meet others with similar interests and work with different materials

email: with Art Group 2 as the subject

09/07/19 - Expires 30/09/19

New Group - Gardening
This new group is for keen gardeners wishing to make the most of their gardens month by month. Members will contribute to this practical hands on gardening by sharing good practise, and finding solutions to problems.

email: with gardening as the subject

30/06/19 - Expires 30/09/19

Proposed New Group - Racketball
Racketball is the fastest growing racket sport in the world. It is easy to learn, slower than Squash and Tennis and MUCH gentler on the knees! The beauty of Racketball is that, compared to Squash, it is considerably more "age-friendly". The ball used is a lot larger, a lot bouncier and therefore makes the game much slower. Many people are still playing Racketball in their late seventies and early eighties.

Initial coaching and/or trial session given at Grove Park Squash Club.
If you are interested email: with Racketball as the subject.

05/06/19 - Expires 30/09/19