Macclesfield Express - - EAST CHESHIRE HOSPICE -

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

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