FOR lots more ideas visit our website, thethread.org.uk. We’re on air with Canalside’s ‘The Thread’ 102.8FM and online at thethread. org.uk. Follow us on twitter @thethreadmacc. Cinemac: Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6UT. Recorded Information: 01625 423535. Enquiries: 07871 422937. The Water Diviner (15), Avengers: Age of Ultron (12A). Fashion show: Tickets £3.50 from club reception or by calling 01625 264686. Date: Thursday, April 23 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Mcilroy Suite, Macclesfield Town Football Club. www.mtfc. co.uk, 01625 264686. The ISmart tutor event: To raise parent and student awareness of The iSmart Skills Training for GCSE mathematics programme. Contact: 07584 052577 or ismarteducation.org.uk Date: Thursday, April 23 Time: 7 - 9.30pm Venue: Macclesfield Academy, Park Lane, www.ismarteducation.org. uk, 07584 052577. Kings School Infant & junior open afternoon: Look round the infant & junior division. Date: Friday, April 24 Time: 1 - 3pm Venue: Fence Avenue site, Macclesfield, SK10 1LS. www.kingsmac.co.uk, 01625 260000. Starlight Walk: Family event set in the grounds of Capesthorne Hall. Adult £15, child £10 (age 4 - 15). Date: Friday, April 24 Time: 6 - 11pm Venue: Capesthorne Hall, www.eastcheshirehospice.org.uk, 01625 433477. Nordic walking taster session: A free introductory session where you will get to try out the poles and the technique, Booking in advance is essential. Date: Saturday, April 25 Time: 9.45am - 11.00am Venue: Tegg’s Nose Country Park visitor centre, www.cheshireeast. gov.uk, 01270 685782. Fundraiser for the Scouts and Guides of Sutton: Performance from The Troubadours. Tickets are now on sale at the St Dunstan in Langley, or from Nigel Hammill on 01260 252325, no entry without ticket. Date: Saturday, April 25 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Langley Scout Hut, 01260 252325. Treacle Market: Held on the cobbles of Macclesfield’s marketplace. Date: Sunday, April 26 Time: 10am - 3:30pm Venue: Market Place, Macclesfield. www. treaclemacclesfield.co.uk, 07941 115480. Blast from the Past: Local thespian David Wilkinson will play the part of Charles Roe as he poses questions to the prospective MPs about a variety of key local concerns. Date: Sunday, April 26 Time: 12.30pm - 2pm Venue: St Michael and All Angels Church, Macclesfield. The Woman who Cooked her Husband: A comedy drama by Debbie Isitt. Further information and online booking at www. madstheatre.org Date: Monday, April 27 to Saturday, May 2 Time: 7.45pm (bar and box office open at 7pm) Venue: MADS Little Theatre, Lord Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 6SY. www.madstheatre.org, enquiries@ madstheatre.org Disclaimer Whilst every care is taken in putting together our ‘Whats On’ we can take no responsibility for inaccuracies or change of events. We advise you always contact the venue to check details before leaving home. EAST Cheshire Ramblers are limbering up for another great walking season with a bumper programme in prospect for the remainder of the year.
And with so many superb scenic locations within an hour’s driving distance of Macclesfield, they can take their pick of locations in Cheshire with its mix of peaceful villages, ancient woodlands and gently rolling pastures or the nearby Peak District, Britain’s first national park, with its lofty crags, rushing streams and tranquil dales.
Apart from weekend walks, midweek outings are also being planned