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For lots more ideas visit our 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. Do you want reg­u­lar up­dates about what’s on in and around town? Fol­low us on twit­ter @thethread­macc or on face­book. And if you have an event, let us know at The Thread for your free list­ing. Cinemac: Her­itage Cen­tre, Roe Street SK11 6UT Recorded in­for­ma­tion: 01625 423535 En­quiries: 07871 422937 On this Week: Thomas and Friends – Leg­end of the Lost Trea­sure (U) Minions (U) Ant-Man (12A) To con­firm list­ings times, for more in­for­ma­tion and book­ings go to www.cinemac. org.uk or con­tact 01625 423535 School’s Pop-up Store: Young en­trepreneurs are hop­ing to turn their de­sign ideas into profit with a pop-up store at Mac­cles­field’s Grosvenor Shop­ping Cen­tre. Pupils from Ash Grove Academy will be at the cen­tre on July 15 and 16 with a va­ri­ety of cre­ations to tempt shop­pers, in­clud­ing herb pots and loom band balls, tie-dye T-shirts and bed­ding, as well as bis­cuits and sweets. The prof­its will go to school funds, with a con­test to see which class can raise the most money. Date: Wed­nes­day, July 15 and Thurs­day, July 16 Time: All day Venue: The Grosvenor Cen­tre Dis­cus­sion at The Park: The idea goes back to Socrates – ask­ing big ques­tions, dis­cussing them with oth­ers and learn­ing to­gether in an in­for­mal way. The dis­cus­sions are open to any­one from aged 16 up­wards. No prior knowl­edge re­quired. Free of charge. The theme this time will be Mu­sic: why does it get to us? Mu­sic is in all our lives, wher­ever we live in the world and through­out all our history. But, what is mu­sic? Date: Wed­nes­day, July 15 Time: 7.30pm-9pm Venue: The Park Tav­ern


Andy Hofton live: See Mr En­ter­tain­ment, Canal­side’s Andy Hofton, in live ac­tion. Free ad­mis­sion. Date: Fri­day, July 17 Time: 9pm Venue: The Queens Ho­tel Houghton Weavers – Keep Folk Smil­ing: Formed in 1975, they made their tele­vi­sion de­but in the BBC’s tal­ent show We’ll Call You, and were so suc­cess­ful that within a cou­ple of months they were given their own show, Sit Thi Deawn. Hugely pop­u­lar, this con­tin­ued for six se­ries over seven years and had the high­est view­ing fig­ures of any re­gional TV pro­gramme. Date: Fri­day, July 17 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Gawsworth Hall

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