Autumn is very much on its way so why not make the most of the beautiful surrounding area of Reddish Vale on a Photography walk with Arc? Enjoy the fresh air on a walk led by artist Tamzin Forster and find letters which spell a word of your choice, perhaps decorate your living room with your family name and make it completely unique and personal to you. The activity will inspire you see your surroundings in completely different way! After the walk, there is a chance to catch up and share images which were captured.
How often we commute to the office and how long it takes each day has major implications on where we all choose to live. While the ever-increasing use of technology has made it easier to work from home, most people living in Britain still take part in the ‘daily grind’, with a staggering three-million commuters now spending more than two hours to get to work.
Arc Drawing Socials are hosting their next monthly social on 21st September.
It’s playful take on drawing. Fun, sociable, and creative evenings. Any and all abilities welcome!
Join them for a relaxed approach to the world of drawing in a creative environment. Discover a range of drawing techniques, complimentary refreshments provided, friendly people, and advice from artists. Spend an evening in their art studio, with resources and materials, discovering how much fun drawing can be!
Lots of games and exercises to help you experience a relaxed approach to drawing.
Sykes Care Bar is now under new management and they have recently launched a new evening bistro menu available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings between 5pm and 9pm. Be sure to pop in and support a local eatery.
Times are changing at Reddish. The reins of Julian Wadden Reddish are being handed over to my colleague Hass Mahmood. Hass is transferring over from our Heaton Moor Branch and he’s a local Heaton Moor boy.
With summer holidays approaching many parents are wondering how to keep their kids engaged. Denton West End community library are hosting a coffee morning for the launch of their 2017 reading challenge.
This year is themed ‘Animal agents’ and the library will set challenges for the children to read two books over the next 6 weeks. There will be rewards and a certificate at the end of the challenge for all that participate.
The launch date is 22nd July from 10am – 12.30pm.
If you like any more information on the event you can call the library directly on 0161 336 6225.
Did you know Reddish has a ground cheerleading team? With a crew of 30, aged between 5 and 17, and training on a Monday at Abingdon Primary School, this looks like great fun.
Coached by Hayley Ratcliffe who has been cheerleading since the age of 7. She started with Rising Stars in 2003 and stayed part of their team until she was 16. She began competing with them right away at UKCA competitions in Manchester, performing at the Etihad Stadium and at BCA in Blackpool. In later years, Hayley was put into their Junior dance team where she competed at ICC in Blackpool, Birmingham, Nottingham and Liverpool.
A great way to keep your little one fit whilst having fun!
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.