Category: community news

Heaton Mersey Collective

Located at St Johns Road which is just off Didsbury Road, Heaton Mersey Collective are hosting an Artisan Market & Scarecrow Competition. Run with the help of the Stockport Lamplighters Rotary Club, this exciting event has a range of stalls offering top quality foods and drinks.

There will also be an Macmillan coffee event, a local history event and information and local charities and organisations. Simply pick up an application for the Scarecrow competition on the day OR email heatonmerseycollective@gmail.com to get a form.

Saturday 22nd September 2018 11am till 3pm – St Johns Road & St Johns Church.

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Picnic in the Park

Located just off Didsbury Road, Crescent Park are hosting a free family fun day ‘Picnic in the Park’.

This fantastic family day is bursting with events which include: Tradition Games with prizes to be won, Beat the Goalie, Music, Food & Drinks, Children’s Entertainer and a Giant Slide.

The organisers are more than happy for you to bring your own drink OR by all means buy food and drink from one of the dedicated volunteers.

Contact details – deanfitz@hotmail.co.uk 0161 613 1163

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Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society Golf Day 25th Annual Charity Golf Day

The annual golf day is almost upon us and Stockport CP is celebrating 25 years of this great competition, so they hope to make it the biggest and best yet!  They have a selection of amazing raffle prizes this year including; Halle concert tickets; Stockport County tickets; Marriott V&A Afternoon tea vouchers and many, many more.  The draw will take place in the evening at the golf day on Friday 14th September.

As always, Julian Wadden is sponsoring a hole and entering a four-ball team of the highest quality!

Look forward to seeing you there.

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SUMMER SALES

  • The Summer of 2018 has certainly been memorable. England has enjoyed it’s strongest performance at the World Cup for many years while also enjoying (suffering) its longest, hottest summer on record.
  • While Brits have been off enjoying the weather, thoughts of property purchases have taken a back seat for many. However, as we return to work after the long, hot summer, history suggests that agents may see a busy autumn.
  • On average in the autumn following the last five driest, sunniest and warmest summers; 1995, 1996, 2003, 2006 and 2013, sales rates picked up by an average of 1.8%.
  • However, in all other autumns since 1995, sales have declined by an average of 8.7% compared to the summer months.
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Welcome to Paul

Welcome to Paul who has joined our busy Heatons team as a Professional viewer.

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Kids Summer Pizza Making

If any of your off spring are bored over the Summer holidays, then Roost are hosting ‘Pizza Making Sessions’

The Roost team will help your little ones roll out their own dough, add favourite toppings and watch their creations come to life in a professional wood fired pizza oven.

Running from 11.15am till 1pm, the three sessions are on the below dates.

Wednesday 1st August

Wednesday 8th August

Wednesday 22nd August

Please call Roost on 0161 432 4666 to reserve your place. £10 per child which includes Pizza, Fries, Ice-Cream and Juice.

Suitable for ages 5 to 11.

 

 

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Green Lane Allotment Society

If your diary is free on Sunday, then pop along to the annual Green Lane Allotment Society open day.

There are a huge number of stalls selling fresh produce, home bake and preserves, Pimms, Real Ale and a large BBQ. There is also a tombola and plenty of children’s activities to keep kids entertained.

Starting at 1.30pm and finishing at 4.00pm – Trophies to be presented at 3.30am followed by auction of Produce.

Admission £1 Children Free.  

 

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Heart of The Heatons Arts Festival

On the 5th to the 14th October, a brand-new arts and culture festival is arriving, ‘Heart of The Heatons’.

This exciting festival will be providing a diverse programme of events at various locations across the area. All things ‘Art and Culture’ will be celebrated so if your wanting to get involved in something like this, here’s your chance.

If this interests you, please see below how to make contact.

https://www.heartoftheheatons.com/ #heartoftheheatons

 

 

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Commuting distances

Measuring commuting distance might seem a little obscure but it actually offers a particularly good insight into the character of any local housing market. For example, commuter towns tend to really come alive at the weekends but are quieter in the week. Areas where most people work locally will have a stronger community feel day-to-day.
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Fluctuations in prices over recent years

It won’t come as any massive shock that houses are generally worth more than flats in our area. However, when it comes to the movements over time, these two broad types of property do not always behave similarly. Here we see how flats and houses have varied in price.

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