Skies light up at bon­fire events across the town

Macclesfield Express - - REMEMBRANCE -

HUN­DREDS donned their wellies to see Mac­cles­field’s skies light up at the host of bon­fires over the week­end.

At Prest­bury Golf Club, vis­i­tors were treated to a ‘phe­nom­e­nal’ pro­fes­sional fire­work dis­play and a se­lec­tion of tempt­ing food from the club’s new chef Richard How­den.

Bon­fire go­ers at the Tyther­ing­ton Club’s event on Thurs­day en­joyed a fire­works ex­trav­a­ganza from Lightech. Alex Nock, gen­eral man­ager of the club, said: “Luck­ily the weather held off to en­sure an­other great Bon­fire Night at The Tyther­ing­ton Club.

“A big thanks to all the staff, Silk FM and Lightech for the spec­tac­u­lar fire­work dis­play.

“We’re al­ready look­ing for­ward to next year!”

The Church House Inn, Sut­ton, put on fire­works, a singer and DJ to get ev­ery­one in the party mood. Shirley Mal­ley, land­lady, said: “Ev­ery­one had a great time and luck­ily the rain held off for the fire­works, which were ter­rific.”

Other bon­fires where fam­i­lies had a blast were at Mac­cles­field Cricket Club, Hen­bury Mil­len­nium Green and Poyn­ton Park. Ker­ridge Cricket Club and Pott Shrigley cricket field also saw their own piece of the ac­tion.

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