Sunday, 13 September 2009


The loop loves a bit of serendipity. It happened today as I utterd the words,' I wished we'd got to the Bollington Festival of transoprt , I'd love to see some old cars'. We swung into a Rudyard pub car park and there they were. Not your average classics, these were a troup of gorgeous pre and post war Jowetts. Bradford is hardly synonymous with innovative design and you don't see these Idle made cars around very often : the lines of the lovely rag top Jupiter is surely as seductive as the Jag XK120?. It was a lovely unexpected treat.

Mark Linehams pub based Guitar classes start tomorrow.He tutors all levels on acoustic and electric in a Bollington pub on different but regular nights. Contact him for full details.

Theres a Macc Town Trail to learn how Macc has been shaped by its history,on Monday morning. Booking is essential for this and it starts outside the Town Hall at 10am.The Camera Club meets on Monday night whilst the former 'stitch and bitch' now the more demurely named Mulberry Tree Stitchers get together for a chin wag and skills exchange.

The tantalising SciBar gets its teeth into anti matter and a pint of decent beer at the Vale in Bollington for what sounds like a series of fascinating talks. See their web site for full details.

Town Trail booking 01625 504505

Guitar classes: Mark Lineham
The Dog & Partridge, 97 Palmerston Street, Bollington
07989 600001

Mulberry Tree Stitchers Every 2nd Mon, 10.30–12noon.
Mulberry Tree Café, Heritage Centre,
Roe St. Macc

Mon 6.30pm

Bollington Sci Bar The Vale Inn, Adlington Road , Bollington,

Macc Camera Club Monday 8pm The Library Jordangate

Jowett Car club North West

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