For lots more ideas visit website, thethread.org. uk. The Thread is your local e-guide, keeping you up to date with what’s happening in Macclesfield. We’re on air with Canalside’s The Thread 102.8FM and online at thethread.org. uk bringing you news, reviews and the most comprehensive what’s on guide yet. Do you want regular updates about what’s on in and around town? Follow us on twitter @thethread macc Cinemac, Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT. For times and booking information go to www. cinemac.org.uk or call 01625 423535 for recorded information. On this Week, Pudsey the Dog– The Movie (U) Earth to Echo (PG), The Inbetweeners 2 (15), The Unbeatables (U), Lucy (15). A Vintage Cream Tea - Arthritis Research UK Macclesfield and Congleton Branch: For tickets and further information please contact the branch secretary on 01625 873491 Date: Saturday, August 30 Time: 2.30pm to 4 pm. Venue: Gawsworth Methodist Church Hall, Gawsworth Ashfield’s Residential Care Home Fete: To raise funds for the residents comfort fund there will be a tombola, raffle face painting and refreshments. Call 01625 426307 for details. Date: Saturday, August 30 Time: 2pm Venue: Ashfields, 129 Prestbury Road.
Sutton Ex-Servicemen’s Annual Flower Show: The club’s annual flower show will again take place in a large marquee on Spooners Flats, Hollin Lane (just up from the club.) The show has become a great village event and there’s a lot to do if you want to either exhibit yourself, or simply want to look at other people’s exhibits. There will also be floral art, children’s handiwork, raffles, teddibola and the Great Cake Stall. To enter in the show please contact Robert Barnard on 01260 253264 or 07970 106074 or pick up an entry form from Farm Shop, The Lamb or Sutton Ex-Servicemen’s Club. You can also visit the show’s website www. suttonshow.co.uk for more details. Date: Sunday, August 31 Time: 12.30 – club opens for tea and cakes; 2.30pm – the flower show opens Venue: Ex-Servicemen’s Club and Spooners Flats, Hollin Lane, Sutton. Macclesfield Treacle Market: Treacle Market is a bustling arts, antiques, crafts, food and drink market, held on the cobbles of the historic marketplace in Macclesfield. With about 140 stalls of exceptional food and drink, unique crafts and vintage finds, plus stalls and information from the Macclesfield community. Bring a basket and stock up on wonderful locallyproduced beers, juices and delicious provisions. Source unique artworks, antiques, books, vintage homewares, jewellery and crafts from local makers. Treacle is the perfect place to spend a few hours and meet up with friends, browse the stalls, and listen to live music while sampling exceptional street food for lunch. Date: Sunday, August 31. Time: 10am-3.30pm Venue: Macclesfield town centre. Free taster session at Macclesfield Golf Club: An invitation to you and your friends to see what you’re missing and enjoy a free round of golf. Ladies especially welcome. A beautiful course, always in great condition and with beautiful views for more than 50 miles over Cheshire and surrounding counties plus a friendly and welcoming clubhouse and a great mix of both the modern and traditional golf club. Special offers available on the day for all categories of members and a free running buffet will be available on the day for players. Date: Sunday, August 31. Time: 8.30-1.30pm Venue: Macclesfield Golf Club, The Hollins Contact: 01625 423227 Poetry and prose from Macc writers: Macc writers will be reading from their new anthology, Cloudbursts. There will be live music in the interval, and refreshments. Tickets £4. Date: Friday, September 5 Time: 7.30pm Venue: King Edward Street Chapel, Macclesfield Contact: 01625 871426 Antique and Collectors Fair: CSC Fairs present a new Antique fair at the Macclesfield Leisure Centre. Date: Saturday, August 30 Time: 9am until 3.30pm Venue: Macclesfield Leisure Centre