●● THE owners of 187 Moss Lane, Macclesfield, have applied for planning permission to make changes to the property.
They would like to build a single storey extension to the rear of the existing house.
The officers hope to make a decision on the application by July 15. ●● KING Edward Street Unitarian Chapel is hosting a fun fashion show on Saturday, June 20.
The event, which begins at 7pm, is a chance for people to buy high street fashions with 50 per cent off.
There is no ticket price but donations are welcome.
Just turn up on the night. ●● THE Silk Trader pub, based at 37 Brook Street, is hosting a Fathers Day penalty shoot out on Sunday, June 21.
The inflatable penalty shoot out competition will run from midday until 5pm and the winning dad will get a free meal for four.
For information call 01260 420504. ●● MACCLESFIELD amateur dramatics society is performing Noël Coward’s comedy Easy Virtue until Saturday.
Meeting your only son’s new wife for the first time can be difficult for any parent. When the woman in question turns out to be older, divorced and American, the situation can only lead to tears.
Or, when the author of the piece is Noël Coward, a great deal of laughter as well.
Easy Virtue is an elegant, laconic tribute to a lost world of drawing-room dramas. Coward goes directly to the jugular of the moralistic, tight-lipped but fundamentally hypocritical society of the 1920s.
The show will run until Saturday, June 27, at MADS Little Theatre.
To book tickets go to madstheatreticket source.co.uk or call 01625 611974.