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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 bring­ing you news, re­views and the most com­pre­hen­sive What’s On guide yet. Do you want reg­u­lar up­dates about what’s on in and around town? Fol­low us on twit­ter @ thethread­macc or on face­book. WHAT’S ON Cinemac, Her­itage Cen­tre, Roe Street Mac­cles­field SK11 6UT Recorded in­for­ma­tion: 01625 423535 En­quiries: 07871 422937 On this Week: Ant-Man (U) Thomas and Friends: Leg­end of the Lost Trea­sure (U) Minions (U) To con­firm list­ings times, for more in­for­ma­tion and book­ings go to www.cinemac. org.uk or con­tact 01625 423535 Sarah Ward, au­thor visit: Crime au­thor Sarah Ward will be launch­ing her new book, In Bit­ter Chill, which is set in the Der­byshire Peak Dis­trict. Sarah will also be talk­ing about crime fic­tion in gen­eral. Tick­ets £3.00, in­clud­ing re­fresh­ments, are avail­able from the li­brary. For more in­for­ma­tion call 01625 374000 Date: Thurs­day, July 23 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Mac­cles­field Li­brary Email: mac­cles­field. li­brary@cheshireeast.gov. uk Joan Ar­ma­trad­ing: the first time in her ca­reer, on what prom­ises to be her last ma­jor world tour, Joan Ar­ma­trad­ing ap­pears solo, per­form­ing all her huge hits in­clud­ing Love And Af­fec­tion, Me My­self I, Drop The Pi­lot, Wil­low and many more. Get ready for the land­mark songs, the rich, mel­liflu­ous voice and glo­ri­ous guitar of this Ivor Novello win­ning, Bill­board-chart top­ping multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist. All tick­ets £29.50. To book call 01260 223456 Date: Fri­day, July 24 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Gawsworth Hall Web: www.gawsworth­hall.com

For Bolling­ton Beer Fes­ti­val: Beer, Food and Live Mu­sic. Tick­ets £6 avail­able from se­lected out­lets in­clud­ing the Vale Inn and the Poach­ers Inn. For more in­for­ma­tion go to www.bolling­ton­beer fes­ti­val.co.uk Date: July 24/25 Time: 6pm Fri­day and all day Satur­day Venue: Bolling­ton Arts Cen­tre. Mind Body Spirit Event: This is a qual­ity show, where you will feel you get a very per­sonal ser­vice, so join us and be­come more cen­tred and fo­cused. There will be palm­istry, tarot, numerol­ogy, astrology, and in­ter­na­tional medi­ums. Date: Satur­day and Sun­day July 25/26 Time: 10am un­til 5pm Venue: Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, Duke Street. Web: www.rose­mary dou­glas.com Live at the Bro­ken Cross Club: Fea­tur­ing Emma Dane, a fan­tas­tic solo singer Date: Satur­day, July 25 Time: 9pm Venue: The Bro­ken Cross Club Trea­cle Mar­ket: Trea­cle Mar­ket is a bustling arts, an­tiques, crafts, food and drink mar­ket, held on the cob­bles of the his­toric mar­ket­place in Mac­cles­field. With around 140 stalls of ex­cep­tional food and drink, unique crafts and vintage finds, plus stalls and in­for­ma­tion from the Mac­cles­field com­mu­nity. Date: Sun­day, July 26 Time: 10.00am-3pm Venue: Mar­ket Place and Ch­ester­gate

An English Ser­e­nade on Recorders: The So­ci­ety of Recorder Play­ers Mac­cles­field Branch plays English mu­sic through the cen­turies on four dif­fer­ent sized recorders Date: Sun­day, July 26 Time: 3pm Venue: St Peter’s Church, Prest­bury Comic work­shop: Comic work­shop with Marc Jack­son – 10am to 11.30am. Suit­able for age five plus but chil­dren must be ac­com­pa­nied by a par­ent. Book­ing es­sen­tial. Tick­ets cost £5 and are avail­able from Bolling­ton Li­brary. Date: Tues­day, July 28 Time: 10am-11.30am Venue: Bolling­ton Li­brary Tel: 01625 378266 Auc­tion and Raf­fle: A ben­e­fit auc­tion and raf­fle to raise funds for those af­fected by the Bosley mill ex­plo­sion. Date: Fri­day, July 31 Time: 7pm Venue: Queen’s Arms, Bosley Whilst ev­ery care is taken in putting to­gether our ‘What’s 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.

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