A current project strongly highlighted by the Heatons Traders Association is to generate a greater awareness of the harm plastic is doing to our world. Headed up by local resident Jodi Flannery of Eco-Me-Consultancy, ‘Kick The Plastic’ is wanting to help reduce the use of plastic within The Heatons. Jodi is hoping to investigate recycling options throughout the area and link up with local community groups and businesses to see how we all can use more sustainable products and non-plastic alternative options. If this is close to your heart, by all means pick up a Julian Wadden bag for life from our local Heaton Moor office.
For further information please visit the #KickThePlastic on Jodies dedicated Instagram page or simply send an e-mail. email@example.com
If you fancy sampling some beautiful wines throughout the world, the Cork of the North are holding a Winter Wine Fair at Village Point on Thursday 29th November 7.30pm till 9.45pm. With over 60 delicious wines to choose from, I’m sure this will be a perfect opportunity to stock your wine shelves just in time for the festive period.
Based at 104 Heaton Moor Road, Cork of the North has been a huge success since arriving in Heaton Moor. Selling 500 different wines by the glass or bottle, you can simply pick any bottle off the shelf and drink it in the bar for a corkage fee of £8. After sampling your chosen beverage you may bit a little peckish, so to compliment small plates of delicious food can be ordered up to 10pm each night.
Tickets for the evening at Village Point are now on sale and are priced at £20 per person. Numbers are strictly limited.
Village Point – 35 Heaton Moor Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport SK4 4PB
Preparations are well underway for the brand-new arts and culture festival Heart of the Heatons! Running from Friday 5th to Sunday 14th October various cultural events will be hitting the streets of SK4.
From the spoken word, to music and theatre, artists will be exhibiting their works celebrating all things ‘art and culture’. Heart of the Heatons is platform for local talent as well as bringing more well-known artists into unique and intimate performance spaces.
Positioned opposite Heaton Chapel train station in one of the huts is the latest place to buy yourself a quality coffee. Partners Nick Harris and Richard Wright will be opening the café Monday to Friday 6am – 3pm and later in the year Saturdays 9am – 2pm. The boys are keen to promote their speciality coffee and will hold regular cupping sessions where they will offer different samples of coffee and talk about the origin, taste and qualities.
The boys will also be selling artisan sandwiches made by Kauri Fine Foods, so get yourself and to quench your thirst and fuel your appetite.
P.S. – Bespoke Coffee are already the flagship in the Heatons #kicktheplastic scheme.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to get a form.
Saturday 22nd September 2018 11am till 3pm – St Johns Road & St Johns Church.
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!
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.