Everyone is welcome to join us for our 2023 AGM at Chorlton Central Church (side door) on Tuesday 14th March 7.30pm. The formal AGM will follow a talk by Tessa Ptonka. If you have ever wondered how timing works in elite sport, this will be your chance to find out.
AGM will start at 8.15pm. Papers can be found in this newsletter. Read the Chair/Secretary’s report of the year and look at the accounts.
Everyone is welcome to jpoin us on Tuesday 10th January, 7.30 pm at Chorlton Central Church (where we will be meeting until the Library re-opens) for our first bi-monthly meeting of 2023. Come along and hear about the Chorlton and Whalley Range Dementia Action Group and discover something about the history of Urmston with Michael Billington. All this as well as information about current planning applications.
Please note change of venue: Chorlton Central Church, meeting room
Everyone is welcome to come along to the next Chorlton Voice meeting, 8th November 7.30 at Chorlton Central Church meeting room. Our speaker will be Angela Smith from the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Archive. Angela has archiving experience and it will be fantastic oportunity to hear about this important local resource.
There will also be opportunitites to hear about some of the local developments including recent planning applications.
Help support chorlton Voice while you shop at the Coop!
Chorlton Voice is one of the Coop’s Community causes this year, to raise money for the Community Garden and for the Arts Festival. This gives us a tremendous opportunity to increase our funds. If you shop at any of the Chorlton stores you can nominate Chorlton Voice to receive 1p in every £1 spent on Coop branded goods. If you have selected a cause in previous years you will need to re-select this year. If you are already a Coop member go to https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/69176 to choose your cause. If you are not a member go to https://www.coop.co.uk/ to join for £1 or ring them on 0800 0686 727 or get the Coop App. Please spread the word
The friends of Chorlton Community Garden have submitted their plan, developed with pro bono help from landscape architects LUC, as part of their social environmental responsibility commitments, to the Council for approval. Thankyou to all those who contirbuted to the different consultations and helped this plan come to fruition.