Friends of North Reddish park host a family fun day Sunday 6th August. You can expect a fun filled day with refreshments, rides, inflatables and community stalls. Doors open at 12pm and runs until 4pm. So, pop down for a fun filled day.
Fancy learning something new? On the 4th July Lydia Meiying will be holding a class to show you how print design on to bags. Your choice whether you keep it for yourself or give it as a gift. Lydia will show you how to create some truly fantastic and unique prints. The class costs £25 and is sure not to disappoint so makesure you get yourself booked. Great opportunity to meet some new friends and take some with you.
Ever fancied entering your pooch into a Dog Show? Well now is your chance with the Reddish Vale High School Farm Fun Dog Show. It cost just £2 to enter and all are welcome the event is on 16th July at Reddish Vale High School. There will be 10 Dog Show Classes:
There are some great opportunities for parents and children to go out and have fun learning with amazing events which are a part of the Festival of learning. Events still to come are Beauty and the Beast mask making, Kick start your creative writing and Fabulous hearts fabric broaches. Events are hosted in various location in Reddish, Brinnington and Stockport.
Reddish North End Football Club was established in the year 2000. As the club progressed through the years they now have an astonishing 44 teams which include: Boys, girls, open age ladies, open age mens, veterans and walking football.
On Saturday 20th May the club is having their annual end of season presentations. As sponsors of the club, I will be there to present trophies to the teams for part of the day. The event will have something for everyone, the pitches will be open for the kids to play plus there’ll be food and drinks on offer. The event runs from 11am – 9pm and I’m sure everyone will have a blast.
It would be great to see some friendly faces supporting the club so feel free to bob down and say hello.
Young People’s Arc is a dynamic initiative reaching out to the most vulnerable young people, delivered in partnership with statutory and community agencies.
Each year YPA offers over 100 young people aged 5 to 25 the chance to take a break from their everyday lives, be creative, have fun and meet others who share their experience. It is funded by BBC Children in Need and SMBC.
Between 29th April – 16th June, Arc is opening its doors to exhibit ex volunteer Ewa Konior – Presence oil paintings. Considered an emerging artist whose talents are now being recognised nationally with a number of upcoming exhibitions. This event is sure to appeal to art fanatics. You can check out other upcoming events on the link provided, including exhibits created by the young people who have taken part in the YPA programme during the last year. You’ll have to be quick as the YPA exhibition finishes tomorrow!
Serving the men, women & youth of Manchesters homeless community. Helping hearts foundation help provide basic needs such as food and clothing to aid those less fortunate to permanently get off the streets.
On Saturday 6th May the Helping Hearts Foundation take over Houldsworth working mens club with a night of entertainment including: live singers, comedians, DJ, hot food and a raffle with prizes including 1 weeks stay in an apartment in Marbella, hot tub for the weekend, makeover vouchers, hampers and lots more…
Why not visit Reddish Vale Farm for their annual fun day?
On Monday 1st May the Farm will be open 11am-4pm. Animal Magic will be attending with a range of their exotic animals and be holding talks throughout the day. There will also be facepainting, arts and crafts, pony rides, bouncy castles and a new attraction ‘the tractor train ride’. The tractor ride will be on from 11.30-12.30 & 2.30-3.30.