Mellor Country House are selling non-drop Christmas trees and wreaths.
Order your Non Drop Nordman Christmas trees from Mellor Country House Charity before the 2nd December for delivery on the 8th December or collection from the home.
They are very good quality trees, at unbeatable prices and free delivery within 5 mile radius. Enjoy the start of the season with the fresh smell of a real tree, can’t beat it to get you into the spirit of Christmas.
Don’t miss out, you can phone on 0161 427 1893 or you can email the home on email@example.com and we will also have a stall at Winter Wonderland on 1st December in Marple Bridge. See you there!
Close to a quarter (23%) of the UK population eats out once a week or more, according to research by PwC published last year, with the value of the eating-out market in the UK estimated to be in the region of £88 billion pounds.
While the proximity of local restaurants may not directly influence a house purchase, the availability of such amenities is certainly a consideration. Unsurprisingly there are significantly more restaurants in London then elsewhere across England and Wales when compared to the number of residents.
For fine-dining, the Michelin star guide for 2019 was released earlier this month, including 21 new entries across the UK. All five of the UK’s Michelin three-star restaurants retained their accolade.
Marple Scout & Guide Community Bonfire & Firework Display
Marple Scouts & Girlguiding Marple are holding their annual Bonfire and Firework Display in Brabyns Park Marple on Saturday 3rd November 2018. The fire will be lit at 7pm with the fireworks at 7.30pm.
Please remember there is limited parking in the surrounding area with only limited disabled parking in Brabyns Park so please bear this in mind and allow plenty of time.
For safety reasons there will be no access to and from Brabyns Park main car park between 5.45pm & 9.00pm and please no personal fireworks including sparklers.
Can we also advise, that for safety reasons, there is no access between the Iron Bridge (Compstall entrance to park) and the main viewing area / car park area after 7.15pm. This will be reopened after the display.
Tickets in advance – Adults (16 and over) £4 & £2 for children (under 5’s free). On the gate, tickets are £6 & £3. Tickets available from Hollins of Marple, Marple Bridge Stores, Marple Post Office and Scout & Guide Leaders.
“Three Chimneys” is a prestigious home that offers the perfect blend between urban and rural living with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and Manchester’s skyline. This lifestyle property occupies a private and central position set within 4.5 acres with paddocks, stables and four garages. Steeped in local history and associated with the famous book and film ‘The Railway Children’, “Three Chimneys” and its outbuildings offer great potential with its current 6200 sq ft of floor space, idyllic location and breathtaking views.
In brief the property offers extensive living space with six double bedrooms, six reception rooms, separate annex, four garages, five stables and a menage.
Externally the property has four garages, five stables and tack room, a menage, and a view that must be experienced in person. Simply stunning.
Please contact the Marple branch on 0161 427 0755 for enquiries and/or to book your viewing.
Friends of High Lane Park are presenting an fun filled day on Saturday 29th September at High Lane Park. If you have a loving pooch why not enter them into the competition, the categories vary from cutest puppy to waggliest tail, registration on the day from 12.30pm.
There will be other fun activities for all the family to enjoy including a dog agility course sponsored by Absolute Canine. Artisan food, hot drinks and ice-cream will be available on the day too!
The event gets under way at 10am on Saturday 22nd September and will continue until about 4pm. All the stalls will be located in and around the Market Street area of town.
This is one of the most popular events in the town’s calendar, Marple Food and Drink Festival will have stalls selling foods, drinks, crafts, gift ideas and much more. There will be music from Marple Band as well as a face painting and crafts for the children. Look out for the buskers performing in the afternoon organised by the Music in Hospitals charity.
Last year the festival attracted large crowds from Marple itself and visitors from other nearby towns and villages.
From small beginnings, the festival has grown year on year and is now highly regarded as an excellent opportunity for the town to shout about what its local producers and businesses have to offer.