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Local Issues / Re: Marple Wharf Development
« Last post by CllrGeoffAbell on Yesterday at 05:53:15 PM »
This is a planning matter and, as such, cllrs are bound to be impartial in this "quasi-judicial" matter.

However, I will say that a group has been trying to make The Wharf something of community interest for quite a while now.  It was also proposed that the 'derelict' bit of land next door is subject to a separate planning application.  Again this has been going on for a while.

On another note, this Sat (23rd) from 10 am to 2 pm, the toll house at the front will be celebrating a refurbishment and opens its doors.  I think cake is also provided.  So come to see a bit of history.
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Local Issues / Re: New traffic recording measures?
« Last post by CllrGeoffAbell on Yesterday at 05:43:32 PM »
The reason that there are cameras and not just vehicle-counting strips on the road, is that it is supposed to measure pedestrian and cycle activity as well as the usual traffic.  Then the data feeds into planning, including Marple's own Neighbourhood Plan.

however, they are only at key points and only provide a snapshot.
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Local Crime and Disturbance Log / Re: Burglary
« Last post by mikes on September 19, 2017, 07:38:28 PM »
Sorry to hear of this.  Always an unsettling time.  Best wishes.
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Monthly Events / Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 8 November 2017)
« Last post by admin on September 19, 2017, 05:16:11 PM »
There is now a short-cut link to Marple Area Committee Meeting details. www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

The agenda for the next meeting on 27 September 2017 has just been published. Councillors will be hearing from the local Neighbourhood policing Team, hearing a presentation about the SEMMS Strategy refresh and discussing a potential name change for the Marple South Ward. It’s a packed agenda – if you are unable to attend the meeting in person – click the webcasting tab in the related links and you can watch the meeting live. It commences at 6.00pm.

Some of our local councillors on the Area Committee are contributors to this forum:

@CllrGeoffAbell  @CllrKennyBlair  @Malcolm Allan  @TomDowseMarpleSouth 
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Local Crime and Disturbance Log / Burglary
« Last post by DLL on September 19, 2017, 04:58:19 PM »
Hello
 
We were burgled on Saturday approx 2-4am (Church Lane / Mount Drive / The Ridge area)

I don't want to reveal too much however when you speak to friends / locals this is an ever increasing crime in Marple.

We live in a nice desirable town.

Can we all work together, be extra vigilant and try and stop these low life causing anymore heartbreak and disturbance to people.

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Events / Opening of new Marple Toll House Welcome Station [23 September 2017]
« Last post by admin on September 19, 2017, 04:39:53 PM »
CRT will be opening the new "Marple Welcome Station" at the Toll House, Top Lock, on Saturday 23rd September between 10am and 2pm.

Everybody is invited to join them for a cuppa and a cake and to have a look around the newly renovated Toll House.

The Toll House will be a welcome station and mini information centre, manned by local volunteers with local knowledge.

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Marple Festival / Re: Marple Festival / Food and Drink Day 2017 [16 September 2017]
« Last post by amazon on September 19, 2017, 12:12:58 PM »
Funnily enough, I have absolutely no idea.  However two seconds on Google revealed that street traders need handwashing facilities where necessary.  A food business will fall into that category.
https://www.food.gov.uk/business-industry/food-hygiene/movable-temp-premises
Thank you
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Miscellaneous / Book launch "On Intimacy: A Forgotten Art" by local writer
« Last post by admin on September 19, 2017, 06:53:32 AM »
Posted on behalf of local writer Julia Robinson:

BOOK LAUNCH ‘ON INTIMACY: A FORGOTTEN ART’
Local writer Julia Robinson from Marple Bridge has recently published a beautiful book of poetry and prose called, ‘ON INTIMACY: A FORGOTTEN ART’. What a wonderful way to enter into such fascinating topics so many of us are interested in: journeys within, encounters with others and intimacy with that which is more than all of us.
There are two versions of this magnificent book, the original with a royal purple back cover and a sky-blue back cover that has been sensitively edited for more genteel readers.
For more information about the book and how to purchase it go to: www.on-intimacy.com
Enjoy!



What you may be saying too:

This book is strong and poetic. The little spiritual stories and all the dialogues are beautiful. The part where you describe your awakening is the most beautiful description I’ve ever read. I was even crying because it’s so beautiful. Congratulations.
Gabriel, Marple Bridge

I literally can't put it down it's soooo good. I'm torn between wanting to keep some of it back like that special chocolate you mustn't wolf down in one go or, well, wolfing it down... Thank you, it's having a fantastic effect on me. You might say it's life changing. xxx
Beth Totnes, Devon

 As a reader I feel absolutely blessed with your truth and honesty about everything. Your poems too are extraordinary – loved them. Some of them, like the empty plate, are world class. Congratulations!
Luke, Marple

I love it. I couldn't put it down. By the end of the day all the housework had built up and the place was a tip!
Claire, Cheddington

Her wicked humour and stunning presence are spellbinding.
Jashana, Hawaii USA
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Marple Festival / Re: Marple Festival / Food and Drink Day 2017 [16 September 2017]
« Last post by andrewbowden on September 18, 2017, 10:20:02 PM »
Was there anyware to wash hands .

Funnily enough, I have absolutely no idea.  However two seconds on Google revealed that street traders need handwashing facilities where necessary.  A food business will fall into that category.
https://www.food.gov.uk/business-industry/food-hygiene/movable-temp-premises
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