Exhibition

Exhibitions and shows taking place in and around Macclesfield.

If you have an event you want publicised here then please email us via the contact form

 

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    Delamere Forest

    Forestry England celebrate 25 years of The Gruffalo with an exciting forest adventure.

    Forestry England’s Delamere Forest is thrilled to announce a year-long celebratory trail launching on 24th January, to mark the 25th anniversary of the award-winning picture book, “The Gruffalo”.

    Since 2014, the collaboration between Magic Light Pictures and Forestry England has enchanted families in England, immersing them in the magical world of the Gruffalo within the nation’s deep dark woods.

    To mark this remarkable milestone, Delamere Forest is inviting families from across England to join in the festivities and celebrate the Gruffalo’s 25th birthday on an exciting new trail experience.

    The Gruffalo’s 25th birthday trail is going to be a big party in the forest! As part of the adventure, families will be encouraged to work together to search for missing party items whilst enjoying fun and games along the trail. Participants will also learn about the intricate ways plants and animals look after each other.

    Available at 26 forest sites from 24th January, the trails will boast five large activity panels, two of which will include interactive elements. In addition, visitors can expect 15 smaller spotter panels, where they can search for missing party items. Five rubbing stations will also be scattered along the trail, adding an artistic touch to the adventure.

    For those looking to enhance their experience, an accompanying trail pack will be available to buy on-site for just £4. These will include a festive party headband to get you into the party spirit, an activity leaflet for curious minds, stickers, pencils and crayons to get creative, and a woven Gruffalo sew-on patch as a cherished keepsake.

    This fantastic celebratory trail is set to captivate Gruffalo fans of all ages, offering a memorable and educational experience amidst the beauty of our fabulous forests. Mark your calendars for 2024, as the Gruffalo’s 25th birthday promises to be an adventure you won’t want to miss.

    For more information and updates on this exciting new trail, visit https://www.forestryengland.uk/gruffalo-party-trail

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    5.30 to 8 pmCinnamon Brow Farm, Perth Close, Fearnhead, Warrington, WA2 0SF

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    Group gardens opening this summer
    Visiting group gardens is a great way to find a wheelbarrow of horticultural inspiration in your nearest city, town or village.
    With two or more gardens opening for the same admission price, excellent value for money is guaranteed too.
    Here are a few to whet your appetite  - or click the button to explore them all.
    https://ngs.org.uk/gardens-open-this-coming-week/?utm_campaign=1730998_6%20June&utm_medium=email&utm_source=The%20National%20Garden%20Scheme&dm_i=6Q0Z,113NA,1U9W44,4NZM9,1

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    11 am to 3 pmParkers Road, Leighton, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 4PY

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    opposite Harrington Arms, Bosley, SK11 0PH

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    12 noon to 4 pmMacesfield Rugby Club, Priory Lane, Macclesfield

    Check out Karen's video blog:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ag33IGtygYHpCTPZTmC-ThHEkAnyI3_6/view

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    29
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    2024
    12 noon to 6 pmChestergate, Macclesfield

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    6 pm to 9 pmBet 365 Stadium, Stoke on Trent ST4 4EG

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    Longmoor Lane, Breaston, Derbyshire DE72 3BB

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    10 am to 5 pmTatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN

    RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, is a day out for all the family, with unique gardens, talks and tips, children’s activities, floral installations, markets, stalls and lots of tasty food and drink to enjoy.

     

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    The Royal Cheshire Show show ground, Clay House Farm, Flittogate Ln, Tabley, Knutsford WA16 0HJ

     

    At DubbedOut Festival 2024 on Saturday you'll be Dancing in the Moonlight to the legends that are TOPLOADER!

    The main stage will also play host to one of the biggest Boy bands of the 90s. EAST 17.Rave Royalty K-KLASS will be taking the roof off with a full live band. And Kelly Llorenna famed for fronting N-TRANCE will set you free!

    Friday will be all your favourite tracks from a host of Tribute artists and bands including FLEETWOOD SHACK, OASIS SUPERNOVA, ABBA REBJORN and ROBBIE WILLIAMS!

    We've also brought back your favourites. SCRATCH, THE LILACS, STANLEYS, SKA FOUNDATION, THAT BRITPOP BAND, MARK FRITH, SI RILEY and We've added a few extra belters with SOUL FEDERATION and THE COVERS BAND.

    We've a lot more to announce in the coming weeks.

    Get yourself registered on the DubbedOut website and watch for that ticket release on the 2nd of February!

    See you in the fields

    TICKET LINE

     

     

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    2024
    5 pm onwardsHarrington Arms, Bosley, near Macclesfield SK11 0PH

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    Radway Green Road Barthomley Crewe CW2 5PG

    Last Wolf MCC's annual bike rally

Anson Engine Museum
Every Friday,Saturday & Sunday from 13 May – 29 October 2006 Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm Details: In his book, Horst O Hardenberg describes how the Otto-Langen engine displayed at the 1867 Paris Universal Exposition was called a Rattling monster or Devil s machine. Despite this, the engine went on to take the prestigious gold medal, beating the French built Hugon and Lenoir engines. Later that same year, Crossley Brothers in Manchester became the licensed manufacturer for Otto-Langen engines in the UK & Colonies. It is hailed as the first commercially successful engine The ?Rattling Monsters? exhibition tells the history and development of these engines as well allowing you the chance to see many exhibits never before made public. This exhibition is a World First! Museum Entry Fees Adults £3.50 Children under 14 £2.50 Children under 5 s free Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £10.00 No additional charge for Rattling Monsters Exhibition!
Date: 29/10/2005 Time:
To: 30/10/2005 Time:
Location: Anson Road
Poynton
Cheshire
SK12 1TD
01625 874426  Telephonewww.enginemuseum.org  Web
geoff@enginemuseum.orgEmail