Sessions are held on Tuesdays 1.30 - 4.30pm Duplicate. They sometimes have meetings when an outside speaker attends. It promotes artistic interests through regular lectures, visits and Study Days and is a very active group. Our popular outdoor programme runs from October until May. Our aim is to assist drivers to prepare for and pass the Advanced Driving Test set by the Institute of Advanced Motorists. The Albion 1st XI plays in the Manchester League First Division and the club runs junior teams from U9s upwards as well as U21 and Reserve teams.
The club is affiliated to the English Bridge Union. Contact Mr John Fielding for Macclesfield Branch Tel. It meets every 2nd Wednesday in the month from Sept - May at the Parish Hall, Wilmslow. In 1989 a Victorian cottage and a shirt factory were converted to a modern theatre and since then this has been their home. 01606 891957Not a dating club but a friendly place to meet other singles for a chat a laugh and a drink.
Membership, admission and instruction are completely free. Club sessions are staffed by qualified life guards and everyone is helped and supported by club members. 01625 611789Learn to defend yourself and keep fit with the ancient art of Muay Thai boxing. They organise walks midweek Tues/Wed and weekends Sat/ Sun.
Tatton MP Esther Mc Vey is calling on local residents to make their voices heard and let Cheshire East Council know if they want to keep the subsidised bus services.
Esther Mc Vey met with Cynthia Samson, Chair of Handforth Parish Council, and local campaigner Julie Smith on Monday, 31st July to discuss the lack of buses in Handforth along with a number of other concerns including the relocation of a number of their outpatients services from Handforth Health Centre and better access for Handforth Station.
D & G Bus launched a new commercial 378 service on April 24th, to partially replace the Stagecoach service, running from Wilmslow's Bank Square, through Lacey Green and Handforth to Handforth Dean Retail Park.
However, it did not cover the Colshaw Farm Estate or operate at weekends or evenings, and was axed after a 12 week trial period. Speaking at the time Chris Almond, bus network manager for D & G Bus, said "We've decided to cancel the service as not enough passengers are using it and it isn't making enough money to cover its costs." Julie Smith organised a petition in April, along with Janet Taylor, which collected 3700 signatures from people calling for the bus service to remain.
Esther Mc Vey said "There used to be one the 378 which went from Stockport to Wilmslow but no longer and that bus has been a lifeline for many people, whether it's getting to school, getting to work, going to the local village, picking up prescriptions.
"Many people now feel isolated that they don't have a bus." The Stagecoach 378 service stopped operating in Cheshire East on April 23rd and now terminates at Grove Lane on the Stockport border.
Clubs, Societies and Hobbies From Archery to Salsa, Wilmslow is the place where you can find a wide range of clubs etc. If you have a club or society you would like us to include on our website contact us on [email protected] Scroll below for more details of the variety of clubs that are available or click on the blue heading that you are interested in to go directly to the relevant section. 01625 528282 Sessions held on Tuesdays 7.30 - 10.30pm except 1st Tuesday in the month, when they are held on a Wednesday. In summer it has evening visits to places of historic interest. 01625 527766 The club is for foreigners and has members in the Wilmslow, Alderley, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Cheadle and other areas. The theatre has a capacity of 85 and performs a variety of challenging productions with innovative and adventurous stage designs. on 0788 0700758This is a busy club with many activities. it has organised field trips which cover a wide range of natural history topics. Ages range from 40s - 60s but younger members are always welcome.
Cultural; Gardening; Other clubs and Societies; Sports; Walking Founded in 1947, this society performs one major musical a year in November at the Evans Theatre. 01625 522643 and Wednesdays 7.15pm Duplicate Contact Ms. It organises a week-end visit to a university town in Sept. At the moment there are people from India, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, Japan, China, South American countries etc. The group is active from September to May and a new members leaflet can be obtained on any Saturday morning at the Green Room during this period. For more information contact John Brocklehurst Tel. 01625 537643 or e-mail [email protected] provide obedience training from puppy to advanced. These include Indoor Bowling, Dancing, Salsajive, Radio Club, Darts, Dominoes, Caberet Nights, Friday Bingo, Quiz Nights, Astronomy. A function hall and games room is available for hire. There is wheelchair access but no disabled toilet facilities. For more information visit their website Wilmslow Advanced Motorists Group This group forms part of the North West England and North Wales region of the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
There is a high standard of performance from a multi-age cast. It also has a research group and produces publications. The meet every last Friday in the month at members houses. This is an amateur group which produces 4 plays per year including a pantomime. A wide variety of productions is performed, often three-quarters in the round. Tricks classes - teach your dog some fun moves and create a better relationship. One to one training and advice on behaviour problems. Situated in a rural setting on the edge of Wilmslow , the club welcomes new members. The group is run on a voluntary basis and is affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
Contact by telephone or E-Mail for details of forthcoming productions and other information. They have 3 bigger events in the year including a family BBQ and a meal with partners . 01565 526822 or e-mail: [email protected] Norwegian Club is an informal lunchtime club. 01625 520855 e-mail: [email protected] There are many Norwegians living in the Wilmslow area, for those who are not free at lunchtime the best way to meet other Norwegians/Scandinavians is to contact The Scandinavian Seamen's Church in Liverpool. Wilmslow Decorative & Fine Arts Society (NADFAS) This is a member of the National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies. An entertaining indoor programme of slide shows and guest speakers is held at Wilmslow Guild on the last Friday of each month from September to April, starting at 7.45 p.m. The group was set up with the objective of promoting higher standards of driving, therefore increasing road safety among members of the public within Wilmslow and surrounding areas. 01625 548418 e-mail [email protected], Wilmslow Albion FC Oakwood Farm, Styal Road, Styal, Wilmslow Tel: 01625 535823 Wilmslow Albion, formed in 1919, is one of the longest established clubs in Cheshire.
For further details visit Wilmslow Sports Junior Football Club The longest established Junior football Club in Wilmslow we are now in our 40th year. For children aged 5 - 13, boys and girls Sessions held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 4.00 - 5.00pm, 5.00 - 6.00pm, Fridays 4.15 - 5.15pm, 5.15 - 6.15pm Saturdays 9.30 - 10.30am Contact Mr. 01565 872786 Wilmslow Hockey Club The Phoenix Sports Club, Oakwood Farm, Styal, SK9 4HP Website: Contact: Jim Barrow (Club President) - 01625 525899 Currently Wilmslow Hockey Club have 3 men's and 3 women's 11-a-side teams junior teams.