Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Out of Town Events

Out of town events that we are unable to list in the main Loop:

Bollington: Bollington Art Centre
For a brilliantly eclectic and inspiring programme of events including theatre, live music, exhibitions, readings, workshops and comedy go to
Of particular note, Bollington Chamber Concerts:
Their season consists of five concerts of by string quartets or small groups.performing to an international standard. See the Art centre programme for full listings of these and their other events.

Rainow : Gifts Galore Evening
Fri 21 Nov 8pm
In aid of Rainow Pre-School (registered charity number 1043182)
Avoid the High Street rush, come along and have a glass of wine and a mince pie and do some relaxed Christmas shopping. A wide range of stalls including: Gifted Originals wooden toys, Beadilicious unique glass and beaded jewellery, Bags of Fun handbags, Claire de Ruiter’s felt bags and accessories, silk scarves and wood turned gifts from Anne and Wilf Ford, Button and Skein craft kits, handmade chocolate gifts by the Chocolate Tailor, Phoenix cards & gift wrap, One House Nursery local jams & preserves and fairtrade children’s clothing and gifts from Little Green Tots.
The Institute, Stocks lane
Tickets are £3.50 and include a glass of wine/soft drink and a mince pie.
Available from: Leanne Halsey (574824) or Katherine Beswick (573809)

Rainow: Epiphany Carols in aid of Unicef
Sun 4th Jan 09 7.30pm
Seasonal music performed by members of the BBC Daily Service Singers, conducted by Christopher Stokes. The programme will be 'Christmas through the Ages', starting with some of the earliest Christmas music, travelling through traditional favourites and finishing with 21st century carols including a world premiere specially written for the Rainow Epiphany concert by Sasha Johnson Manning.
Last year they raised £600 for UNICEF sp please support the and this children’s charity again this year.
Holy Trinity Church, Rainow
Tickets avail on the door. Suggested donation £7/£4 incl mulled wine and mince pies.

Rode Hall: Seasonal farmers market
6 Dec 9.30am- 1.30
On the first Sat of the month at this beautiful country house near Congleton with live music and children’s activities.
For produce and crafts that are grown, reared, cooked, pickled, smoked, brewed or made by the stall holders. Enjoy fresh coffee and sausage and bacon sandwiches whilst you source quality food and special presents.
Rode Hall
Scholar Green
www.rodehall.co.uk 01270 874101

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