Education

  • RHS Tatton continues to pull in the crowds

    Above: Monty Don and Joe Swift on location for BBC’s Gardener’s World tonight.  The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Flower Show Tatton Park, which runs until Sunday 23 July),...

  • RHS Tatton 2017 in pictures

    All things horticultural, including garden design, the environment, butterflies, bees, clothes, garden ornaments, implements and furniture – plus food, fabrics, clothing, photos, paintings – and...

  • Funding boost for Macclesfield Museums

    Macclesfield Museums have secured £77,000 from the Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund for the ‘Silk and the Jacquard Legacy’ project. This includes a financial contribution from...

  • David Rutley’s Reading Challenge

    Local MP, David Rutley, is once again supporting the campaign which encourages primary school children to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge, – launching on Saturday 15th July. The...

  • Cheshire Game & Angling Fair

    This year’s Cheshire Game & Angling Fair takes place on Sunday, August 6th at the regular venue of Peover Hall, Peover Park, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 9HW Since...

  • Incubation Vision & Joy Division

    Dear Sir, While I wish every success to Ian Pinches’ new business venture with his wife at Charles Roe House (Macclesfield Express, February 22nd “New...

  • Summer Holiday Fun at Macclesfield Museums

    Makeshop Macc Family Activities and Events Tuesdays at West Park Museum, Wednesdays at The Old Sunday School, and Thursdays at The Silk Museum throughout August...

  • Fallibroome students in Parliament

    Pupils from Fallibroome Academy were joined by David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, for a discussion and a question and answer session on their visit to...

  • Just Drop-In honoured

    Above: Chair of Trustees, John Stephens (left), Chief Officer, Ann Wright (centre), Just Drop-In Patron and Macclesfield MP, David Rutley (right). Volunteers from Macclesfield’s charity for...

  • B.E.M. for Peak Park conservationist

    The Queen’s birthday honours list has revealed that Peak District National Park ranger Bill Gordon is to receive a British Empire Medal for his work...

  • RHS Tatton – the greatest garden event in the North

    The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Flower Show Tatton Park (19 – 23 July), supported by Bruntwood, is set to stun as it celebrates its nineteenth...

  • Cyclists savour Peak District landscapes

    Main image: Peak District National Park chief executive, Sarah Fowler, was impressed by the camaraderie of cyclists on the Eroica Britannia ride. Cyclists from far...

  • How people used to live in the Peak District

    Butter making, spinning, weaving, and making traditional reed lights – are just some of the living history experiences on offer at an Open Day at...

  • Long-distance footpath for National Park

    A new long-distance footpath, celebrating Britain’s original National Park, has been launched by Friends of the Peak District. The 190-mile route stretches from South Pennine...

  • Quarry Bank gardens are in full bloom

    Gardens that were first planted around 200 years ago have now been restored to their former glory and are blooming. From the glasshouse in the...