Macclesfield Express - - WILDLIFE -

●● 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 or call 01625 611974.

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