Poynton Players present Alan Ayckbourn’s “Neighbourhood Watch” this week Monday 24 to Saturday…
Clubs & Societies
Woodford & Bramhall Royal British LegionMake it your club
Book and Cover: Book Group in Cheadle, CheshireFor Cheadle, Cheshire, and the surrounding areas
This is a new book group for Cheadle, Cheshire, and the surrounding areas. Structure: informal, friendly, sociable. Any age is welcome, male or female. Location: the Ashlea pub, Cheadle. Meeting on the third Wednesday of each month at 18:30, starting from 21 September 2016.
Poynton PlayersAmateur Drama Theatre and Theatre School venue
Poynton Players Theatre present four amateur drama productions each year, as well working in conjunction with Generate Theatre Arts to run drama classes for under 18’s with end-of-course productions. Other one -off events are held such as the 22 May “An Audience With Allan Beswick”. Our theatre is also availabe for hire for concerts and events.
The Robins SingersMixed-voice choir based in Bramhall
The Robins Singers is a mixed-voice choir in the town of Bramhall, Stockport. Made up of around fifty men and women from the local area, the choir has entertained and inspired the local community for more than half a century, with a blend of traditional hymns, choral favourites and crowd-pleasing musical theatre classics.
Bramhall Family History GroupThe Family History Society of Cheshire
The Family History Society of Cheshire is a registered charity run by volunteers.
The Bramhall Group meets in the Main Hall of the Bramhall United Reformed Church, SK7 2PE on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7.30pm (except for the July annual trip) for talks on family, local & social history. Admission – £2 inc. refreshments
East Cheshire AssociationNational Trust
East Cheshire National Trust Association exists to raise funds for National Trust Properties and to have fun doing so. To this aim we hold local walks, lectures and visits to National Trust Properties, being associated to the National Trust means that we are often shown round by a National Trust employee e.g. the Head Gardener. We also organise theatre visits and holidays.
Bramhall Queensgate Bowling ClubCrown Green Bowling in Bramhall
Whether you just want a sociable game of bowls or something a little more competitive, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Queensgate. New members are always welcome and coaching is available for beginners.
Bramhall Queensgate Bowling Club is a section of the Queensgate Sports Club and along with the Tennis and Snooker sections we share a modern clubhouse giving us enviable facilities.
55 (Woodford & Bramhall) Squadron Air Training Corps13-17 and love aircraft, action and adventure?
What did you do last weekend? We’ve been flying aircraft, target shooting with rifles and going on exciting camps and other activities.
If this sounds like a good weekend then 55 SQN may just be for you. You have to be aged between 13-17 years old to join which may be your best decision yet. Why not take a look at our website or come and see us on a parade night (Mon&Thurs 7-9:30pm)?
Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Flower Club
We meet on the first Tuesday of the month apart from August, when there is no meeting.
We meet at the Parish Hall, Church Road, Cheadle Hulme SK8 7JB at 7.30p.m.
We have 83 members and welcome visitors at a cost of only £6 per meeting, payable on entry.
Lessons are to be held in Bramhall at the United Reformed Church Hall. There is a small charge.
Stockport Ladies Speakers Club
Ladies – Are you nervous about speaking in public? Would you like to become a more confident speaker?
Stockport Ladies Speakers Club can help you overcome your fears and improve your speaking technique to help you be more successful at interviews and presentations. In time, you may find you even enjoy speaking to an audience!