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As thoughts turn to Spring 2015

Over the next few weeks, Poynton in Bloom will again be busy planting many more bulbs at various locations around the village, continuing what...

The Boat House

The Boat House is something very special -  it is a vintage tea rooms complete with a 1940’s parlour that has been designed specifically...

Older People’s Day Celebrated by Macclesfield MP

Macclesfield Member of Parliament, David Rutley, joined in the celebrations for Older People’s Day, at Poynton Civic Hall, where Poynton Town Council held a...

RBL Band Family Christmas Concert

Poynton Royal British Legion Concert Band’s Christmas Concert at the Civic Hall on Sunday 14th December will aim to build on the success of...

Poynton High School holds its first Student Development Day

Poynton High School recently held their first Student Development Day, a day created to cater for students’ personal wellbeing and development. The whole day...

The Hills are Alive

A local musical theatre group are putting the final touches to its latest production, which opens at Wilmslow Leisure Centre in November. Alderley & Wilmslow...

Poynton Home Gardeners Club

At our October meeting, Vicky and Richard Fox from the nursery “Plantagogo”, six times Gold Medal winners at Chelsea and the National Collection holders...

European Day of Languages

On Friday 26th September, the whole of Worth Primary School took part in the European Day of Languages event.  This involved the children dressing...

Poynton Local History Society

Judith Wilshaw returned with a fascinating talk on the "The Industrial Revolution and the Local Textile Industry".  She began with Arkwright's factory at Cromford,...

Musical Engagement

The children of Worth Pre-School in Poynton enjoyed a visit from parent and professional musician Mrs King, who demonstrated her violin for the children....