Diary Dates: March 2018

New MillsMarket Street, New Mills

Tuesday 6th March

'A Mayor in Chains: The story of a Stockport mayor who turned to crime' - Neil Mullineux

Furness Vale History Society

All meetings are held at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane, behind the Imperial Palace Restaurant. Doors open 7pm for a 7.30 start. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments or £1 for members.


Wednesday 7th March

'Cheshire Pubs & Pub Signs’ - Tony Bostock

Poynton Local History Society

Meetings take place at 7:30pm pm at St Paul’s School, Marley Road, Poynton. SK12 1LY SK12 1LY

Visitors welcome at £2 per evening. Annual Membership £10.

Contact Number 01625 875336


Details on the Cheshire Local History Association website


Friday 9th March

'From Fields To Shops: The Development Of Market Street, New Mills' - Roger Bryant

New Mills Local History Society

Meetings are held in New Mills Town Hall,(SK22 4AT) starting at 7:45pm.

Visitors are welcome (£1-00) and refreshments are available at the end of the meeting.

Details on the New Mills Local History Society website


Friday 9th March

'‘The Great War: Shattered Illusions’ - Danny Wells

Macclesfield History Society

Meetings take place at 7.45 pm at the Library, Jordangate(Brunswick Street entrance).
Annual Membership Fee: £7 (Full-time students are free) Visitor Fee: £3


Details on the Cheshire Local History Association website


Tuesday 13th March

'Thelwall: Landscape & Lordship' –Michael Taylor

Altrincham History Society

Starting 7.30pm. Meetings are held at Altrincham Town Hall, Market Street, Altrincham WA14 1PG, in the Old Council Chamber, on the first floor (lift available). Altrincham History Society


Wednesday 14th March

‘Coal mining in east Cheshire: aspects of social and landscape history’– Dr. Alan J.Crosby

Stockport Historical  Society

Meeting place: Stockport Sunday School, Nangreave Road, at 7.45 p.m.  Everyone welcome, small entrance charge.


Monday 19th March

'Woodsmoor, The Story’' - Sue Bailey

Marple Local History Society

Doors open 7:15pm ready for the meeting at 7:45. Visitors are welcome to attend at a cost of £3. more details of meetings and this talk are on this site