Friends of Heaton Moor Park are hosting an Easter Egg hunt in Heaton Moor Park on Sunday 31st March from 10am to 11.30am.
There will be refreshments (including hot cross buns), available to purchase in the Pavilion on the day.
Working alongside Stockport Council, Friends of Heaton Moor Park are a group of volunteers with the sole purpose to make this lovely area attractive and interesting.
If anyone would like to help run this fantastic annual Heatons event, please contact the Friends of Heaton Moor Park.
Other organised event at the park is the ‘Moor Running Friends’ which starts on the 24th March. This involves an hour of exercises based around running. Everyone is welcome and all abilities catered for. Also, the first bowling competition of the new season starts on 31 March 2018 at 1pm. All welcome to join OR watch.
If your thinking of taking up Golf or wanting to join a local club, then Heaton Moor Golf Club have a FREE taster day on the 15th April.
Beginners and experienced golfers are welcome with 9 OR 18 hole golf available. The men’s taster session is 10am till Noon and the ladies session is 2pm till 4pm. To book simply email the course or phone on 0161 432 2134 (option 1).
All equipment is provided but the club suggest you wear trainers.
Members of the Four Heatons Traders Association are doing their bit to reduce plastic waste by taking part in their #kicktheplastic initiative. Watch out for the Instagram posts on @4Heatons and @kicktheplastic documenting the efforts that local businesses are making to reduce the amount of plastic they are using, to both encourage and support positive change within our community.
If you would like further information, Jodie Flannery will look forward to discussing your #kicktheplastic pledge and ways in which you can live a more sustainable life @eco_me_jodi Eco-me-consultancy.
The socio-economic profile is a telling measure of the constitution of people in a local market. We have to be careful when talking about the economic profile of local residents because no statistical measure will really illustrate the character of an area. However, we’ve used the governments ‘NS-Sec’ classification data on our area, which defines local residents in those terms.
By looking back over the last eight quarters, it’s quite enlightening to see how average sales prices have changed for individual house types. Obviously the bigger types sell for more, but the quarter-on-quarter changes tell an interesting story.
Have you ever wondered how many people buy flats in the local area as opposed to houses? Wonder no longer. We’ve done the analysis, which shows the most recent split as well as two years’ worth of quarterly data. This is useful information for anyone with an interest in the local market because it affects the overall market dynamic.
Defining the modern working week in 2018 isn’t a straightforward process. As we embrace technology, the lines between daily commutes to work and working from remote locations become less transparent. From a property perspective, this means people with flexible working patterns can be more selective about the location of their next home. But what does this mean for The Heatons?