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Local Issues / Re: £10,000 boost for Marple's shopping centre
« Last post by Mrs O on Yesterday at 11:03:21 PM »
Any updates on this? We are nearly three years on. Any info' from the Town team? if they still exist.
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Local Issues / Re: Refurbishment of Town Centre Benches
« Last post by chicken lady on Yesterday at 10:19:36 PM »
Well done Mark and team, it does look great, look forward to seeing "in the flesh" when I'm next in Marple.
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Local Issues / Re: Refurbishment of Town Centre Benches
« Last post by Mrs O on Yesterday at 06:22:06 PM »
Does anybody know what happened to the Portas money?It must be nearly three years since it was awarded.
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Local Issues / Refurbishment of Town Centre Benches
« Last post by admin on Yesterday at 01:04:28 PM »
It has taken over 2 years to get to the point that Friends of Marple Memorial Park can use power tools (with council approval and insurance) to refurbish the Town Centre Benches.





We have now completed a trial bench and we think it looks great. We'd now like to work our way though the rest but we need sponsorship from local business to pay for this and raise some funds for the park too. Read more on the Friends of the Park web site here: http://www.marplememorialpark.org.uk/task-days/task-days-in-2015/267-task-day-23-august-2015-town-centre-bench.html

If your business would like to sponsor the refurbishment of a bench near to your premises please get in touch with Friends of the Park.

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Local Issues / Re: Marple Tavern
« Last post by MsW on Yesterday at 10:45:33 AM »
Thankyou for the support. Simpleton it's good to hear your child is getting better we hope he makes a full recovery 😀
We will post on here what we raised for the Ray of Sunshine charity and if it goes well we will look at doing other things to raise more money for great causes.
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Local Issues / Re: Marple Tavern
« Last post by Howard on Yesterday at 09:46:21 AM »
Well done top @MsW and The Marple Tavern. We often hear about how many pubs are closing and communities bemoaning their loss. This kind of event is exactly what we need to make sure pubs are seen as vital yet responsible members of local communities.
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Local Issues / Re: Marple Tavern
« Last post by simpleton on Yesterday at 08:27:26 AM »
Personally i think should be seen a good thing that Marple Tavern are doing and people should support them instead of opposing it . From what i have read they are not doing it for their own gratification . They are raising money for CHILDREN  not ADULTS who have a terminal or life threatening illnesses to try and make their lives and the lives of their families a bit of a happier one and if you only have the only thing you have to worry about is noise that will be made whilst raising money then you are flippin lucky . Oh and to point out i do live in close proximity and also used to live on wood lane
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Local Issues / Re: Marple Tavern
« Last post by MsW on Yesterday at 02:28:45 AM »
Not sure when you last went in a pub but they haven't sold cigarettes since the smoking ban. There is no charge to anyone for entry to the charity event. There are more terminal illnesses than cancer. We are supplying a bouncy castle, gladiators, marquees and food and ALL MONEY COLLECTED FROM THESE WILL GO STRAIGHT TO THE CHARITY. Any stalls are donating to the charity not us and every penny from raffle ticket sales will go directly to the charity. We are paying staff to help at the event and supplying the electric etc. We have also made a donation ourselves. We will not be donating money from the bar sales as we make far less than the pubco so maybe you should contact them and ask them to donate. We are having live acts outside as the children's activities will be outside and the adults will be supervising them?? I am disabled myself and feel slightly "bullied" by your comments. Hope this clears up the financial circumstances surrounding the event.
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Miscellaneous / Re: Keys found
« Last post by Jo Gee on August 26, 2015, 10:58:35 PM »
Hello. I believe the lost keys may be mine after my teenage daughter lost our spare set a few weeks back. Thank you.
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Thanks for the offer Howard, but it is an acoustic guitar which came my way a while ago without a case.  Marple U3A have guitar lessons in Marple centre starting in September but I don't have a car and am a fifteen minute walk from Marple.
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