FORMER drug addicts from Macclesfield will hold a talent show on September 5 at 12 noon at St Michael’s Church.
The “Recovery Has Talent” show features singers, dancers, a bouncy castle, penalty shootout and more. Funds will be part donated to the Bosley victims and families and to Friends for Leisure, a charity helping young disabled people.
Tickets are £3 for adults and free for children, available from 01625 619106, info@reachoutand recover.org or on the door.
MACCLESFIELD Rotary Club will host a nostalgia evening at the Senior Citizen’s Hall on Duke Street on Friday, September 4.
There will be a display of old photographs and an illustrated talk by historian Ian Storer. Attendees can share their own memories and refreshments will be served. The event starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5 and available from Macclesfield Rotarians or from Ian Storer on 01625 432070. A limited number are available on the door.
A DOCUMENTARY that ‘digs underneath’ world news stories to reveal how people of different religious faiths and social groups come together in a crisis will be screened at the Park Tavern on Park Lane.
Filmmaker Velcrow Ripper’s ‘Occupy Love’ forms part of the pub’s Pictures In The Park ‘cinevangelist’ series, for films outside the mainstream.
The screening will take place on Monday, August 31 at 8pm and is free, with donations to the producer gratefully accepted.