Cheadle Social Club are doing a country line dance club every Thursday. Doors open at 7.30pm. Entrance £3 pp For further…
Clubs & Societies
Woodford & Bramhall Royal British LegionMake it your club
Book and Cover: book group in Cheadle, CheshireFor Cheadle, Cheshire, and surrounding areas
This is a new book group for Cheadle, Cheshire, and the surrounding areas. Structure: informal, friendly, sociable. Any age is welcome, male or female. Location: the Ashlea pub, Cheadle. Meeting on the third Wednesday of each month at 18:30, starting from 21 September 2016.
Cheadle Hulme Badminton ClubFriendly Local Badminton Club
Cheadle Hulme Badminton Club has been in existence for over 40 years and always welcomes new members.
We are a friendly and sociable club with the opportunity for competitive badminton, having teams in the Manchester and Stockport Leagues.
Club night is every Monday, 8-10pm on 2 courts, also on Wednesdays when there is no match.
Our venue is pleasant, offering good clean facilities, including showers, ample car parking and an on-site bar/lounge.
Please phone any of the contacts below for further information
Anne Norbury 0161 439 6837
Lorna Beacock 01565 722739
Doug Grant 01625 879663
Stockport Table Tennis AcademyTable Tennis, have fun and meet new friends.
Stockport Table Tennis Academy was founded in 2011 to develop Junior Table Tennis in Stockport and to provide opportunities for youngsters to develop healthy lifestyles and positive attitudes towards sport and fitness.
The academy runs training sessions for juniors of all ability levels aged 9+ from beginner to advanced and offers one-to-one coaching.
UKCC qualified coaches
Players TheatreA hidden gem of a theatre in Cheadle Hulme.
A friendly community theatre based in Cheadle Hulme. Established in the 1920s, our theatre has a 104 seat raked auditorium with disabled facilities, including a loop system. We stage four main plays and two youth plays in each season. We have a fully licensed bar, coffee lounge, kitchen facilities and car park. New members are always welcome. We also have a full and varied social calendar.
East Cheshire AssociationNational Trust
East Cheshire National Trust Association exists to raise funds for National Trust Properties and to have fun doing so. To this aim we hold local walks, lectures and visits to National Trust Properties, being associated to the National Trust means that we are often shown round by a National Trust employee e.g. the Head Gardener. We also organise theatre visits and holidays.
55 (Woodford & Bramhall) Squadron Air Training Corps13-17 and love aircraft, action and adventure?
What did you do last weekend? We’ve been flying aircraft, target shooting with rifles and going on exciting camps and other activities.
If this sounds like a good weekend then 55 SQN may just be for you. You have to be aged between 13-17 years old to join which may just be your best decision yet. Why not take a look at our website or come see us on a parade night (Mon&Thurs 7-9:30pm)?
Cheadle Hulme FitnessFriendly, pay-as-you-go fitness with crèche.
We provide low cost pay-as-you-go fitness for all ages and abilities in a fun and friendly environment. Classes are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1.30pm to 2.30pm at Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church, cost £3.50 per class. We have a fully insured crèche so we are ideal for new mums. Work out to different rhythms; stretch and tone up, work on core strength and fitness and tackle those ‘bums ‘n’ tums!
Cheadle Hulme Flower Show Society
Established in 1960 with the aim of holding an annual Flower Show at the Parish Hall in Cheadle Hulme. The show is held every year in September with numerous categories of entry including Dahlias, Fuchsias, Chrysanthemums, Roses, general Plants and Flowers, Vegetables, Floral art, Handicrafts, Cookery and Preserves, Photography and Art. There are numerous trophies and junior categories as well.
The Society has expanded and now offers a full programme of speakers and visits to places of horticultural interest. For further details of the 2015 programme : Click Here
Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Flower Club
We meet on the first Tuesday of the month apart from August, when there is no meeting.
We meet at the Parish Hall, Church Road, Cheadle Hulme SK8 7JB at 7.30p.m.
We have 83 members and welcome visitors at a cost of only £6 per meeting, payable on entry.
Lessons are to be held in Bramhall at the United Reformed Church Hall. There is a small charge