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tcn 104 july 2018

tcn 104 july 2018

TRAFFORDIssue 104 August/ Semptember 2018

Barry Gibb Knighthood
NHS 70th Birthday Parties
Altrincham Festival Photo Review
Trafford Arts Association Showcase
Helen Pankhurst in Armature Movie Makers Film


Trafford Community News INDEX Editor: Hazel Gibb-Shacklock

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Letter from the Editor Page 4 Friends of Victoria Park are asking
At long last we have had for donations to hel build a new community
some hot weather!. Too centre with sustainable facilities.
hot many would say. Page 6 Birthplace of the NHS gets blue plaque
Altrincham Festival and on its 70th birthday.
Party in the Park to
celebrate the 70th Page 8 More 70th birthday celebrations at the
birthday of NHS has annual party in the park for NHS. The event was
immensely hot weather attended by Shadow Health Minister Jonathan
but both events were Ashworth.
enjoyed by many. Page 9 Barry Gibb receives his Knighthood
In June l celebrated my from HRH Prince Charles at Buckingham
25th wedding anniversary Palace.
and they said it wouldn’t
last. One of reasons l Page 12 The Target Café provides a great
have stayed with him so affordable three course lunch at the Methodist
long is for the money! Lol church in Gorse Hill every other Saturday.
only joking but being Page 14 Photo review of Altrincham Festival on
married does have a baking hot day.
financial benefits. Martin
Lewis tells us why it can Page 16 Helen Pankhurst great granddaughter
be worth being married. of Emmeline Pankhurst has a cameo role in a
One of my hobby's is film film made by two members of AVS Moviemakes
making l think it stems
from the fact we were Page 22 Is it worth being married. Martin Lewis
lucky enough to have a tells us of the financial benefits.
cine camera. Two years
ago l came across AVS Community Pink Pages 30
Moviemakers at What's On 31
Altrincham Festival they Clubs and Societies 32/33
regularly hold in-house Councillors MPs and Help lines 34
competitions and my Churches 35
sister and l were lucky Youth Organisations
enough to get Helen
Pankhurst to have a 3 Trafford Community News
cameo role in a film about
her Great Grandmother

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Friends Of
Victoria Park

Looking For
Investors In New

The Friends of Victoria Park
FOVP have been improving
Victoria park since 2002. They
have made many FOVP are looking to leverage LED lighting approx £3,000
improvements to the park, held funding from social grant
countless community events makers, get local support from
and carried out many builders / plumbers / Electric underfloor heating
community led projects within electricians / groundworkers / approx £7,000

Stretford. engineers etc to complete
works at cost or lend a hand CCTV system - to keep us all
for free. feeling safe and hopefully
The are hoping to build a new This new building will ensure reduce anti-social behaviour
community cafe/building within that there is a presence in the around the building - approx
Victoria Park in Stretford and £8,000
have planning permission in
place for the building pictured park from 0800-2200 each day
above. They have agreed the - with clean, accessible toilets, We are hoping that you can
heads of terms for a 25 year good healthy and affordable help us by donating and also
lease for the building with cafe food and drinks, and a spread the word far and wide
Trafford Council and are meeting space and hub for our to get as much support as
waiting for this to be community events. possible.

formalised over the next few Those who pledge money will
months. The old building they get rewards the more money
used to use for our community At their Picnic in the Park pledge the greater the reward,
tearoom is condemned event Crowdfunder was from a cream tea, free hire of
unfortunately the floor is launched which is hoping to the building for a night or even
completely rotted through to raise £45,000 which we will be having a room named after
be fair it has served the used to deliver the you in memory of someone
park well - it was probably environmental and financial else.
designed to have a life of sustainability elements of the
around 25 years and it has build:

been there well over 50 years! Have a look at their website
solar panels and battery to [] or
produce the electricity for the facebook page for more
Trafford Council have given building and provide an info on
£120,000 from help build the income during any sunny the group.
new building but we estimate spells! - approx £18,000
that it is going to cost in the
region of £350,000 to
complete - we therefore need water storage to collect rainfall
to look at other ways of for use in our toilets - approx
completing it.

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70th Birthday 70th Birthday
Blue Plaque Mural for NHS

A blue plaque to celebrate 70 years of Students from Urmston Grammar School
the NHS was unveiled at Trafford St Anthony's Catholic College and
General on July 5th by Mayor of Wellacre Academy, have painted a mural
Greater Manchester Andy Burnham. to commemorate the NHS 70th
Trafford General then known as Park birthplace in Urmston. Park Hospital was
Hospital was the birthplace on the where the then Minister For Health
NHS when Health Minister at the time launched the NHS. Park Hospital became
Aneurin Bevan inaugurated it. Trafford General n 1988.
Shadow Health minister Jonathan The Mural is situated on the corner of
Ashworth visited the hospital on July Higher Rd and Atkinson Rd was unveiled
7th with Kate Green MP as well as by Stretford and Urmston MP Kate Green.
attending the NHS Birtday Party in the
Park bottom photo.

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Trafford celebrated the 70th .
Birthday of The NHS if fine style
and some very hot weather.
The annual NHS party in the Park
was attended by Shadow Health
Secretary, Jonathan Ashworth.
Stretford and Urmston MP Kate
Green, Tom Ross Mayor of Traf-
ford. There was music provided by
some great bands all afternoon.
A great time was had by all.

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QUALITY LOCAL SERVICE On June 26th Barry Gibb received his
BY EXPERIENCED EXPERTS Knighthood from Prince Charles at
Mosley Road, Trafford Park Manchester M17 1JS Buckingham Palace. Barry who was born in
the Isle of Mann along with his Bee Gee siblings Robin and Maurice. Older sister
email [email protected] Lesley and younger brother Andy were born
Tel: 0161 877 8810Fax: 0161 877 8680 in Stretford where most of the Gibb family
have lived. Parents Hugh and Barbara
married at St Matthews Church Stretford
and it was to Stretford they returned to after
leaving the IIOM. The family then moved to
Chorlton before emigrating to Australia.
The singing talents which began in
Manchester were honed in Australia and in
1967 the family returned to the UK this time
London to be at the centre of the musical.
Friends and family are so proud of Barry's
Knighthood but tinged with sadness that the
long overdue honour came after the deaths
of brothers Robin and Maurice. Sadly at this
time the government does not allow
Posthumous Knighthoods or remove them.

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The target community Not only does the café Next Café Dates
café runs every other offer good home cooked Aug 4th
Saturday morning in the food but a social Aug 18th
Gorse Hill Methodist outreach to those who Sep 1st
Church on Chester Rd may not have many Sep 15th
and Wesley Street. It family or friends to talk Sep 29th
offers a three course to. There is often some Oct 13th
meal with a a soup entertainment and a Oct 27th
starter followed by a raffle. Also the collect left Nov 10th
main meal with meat or over bread from a local Nov 24th
vegetarian option or bakery if you are lucky
baked potatoes with can pick up a loaf or two.
cheese beans and The café is looking for
homemade coleslaw, more customers to keep
followed by a range of this vibrant and
cakes and deserts. important social
Also on offer is coffee community going as it
and tea including a wide has to cover the rent to
range of fruit and herbal the church. So if you
teas. fancy a good hearty
The Target Café also lunch on a Saturday get
holds a food hygiene yourself along to Gorse
rating of five. Hill you will not be
disappointed .

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9th August &13th September 2018

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Altrincham Festival had a whale of a time in
some very hot weather too hot many would
say. This years festival had a Movies theme
with Simply Voices had their Moby Dick float
winning best reflection of the “Movies
Theme with Broomwood Primary coming
second with Alice in Wonderland
Parade Winners 2018
Runner up Timperley District Girl Guiding
Runner Up Hale Barns Carnival
Best School Broomwood Primary School
Runner up Wellington School
Best Vintage Vintage Tractor (Rob Pennington)
Runner up Morris Minor Club (Alan Brady)
Best reflection of the “Movies Theme”
Simply Voices (Moby Dick)
Runner up Broomwood Primary School (Alice in
Broomwood Land)
Best of the best - Broomwood Primary School
runner up - Simply Voices (Moby Dick)
Photos Neil Taylor and Altrincham Festival

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Magazine Editor to Film Extra I
have to admit l am not a big
Zombie film fan but not been a
footie fan did not stop me
being a tour guide at
Manchester United. So not
being a big Zombie film fan did
not stop me being an extra on
the soon to be released
Redcon 1
directed by Chee Keong
Cheung. What l do have an
interest in is film making and
acting though and it was good this involved banana and red
to be on the set and see the food colouring nice. If that
filming techniques including want enough fun for anyone
make up techniques. the second day on set l was
Not knowing what l was letting smeared with red food
myself in for l headed to the colouring and syrup which as
location with my friend Kath you can imagine very sticky
below as a Zombie who was nightmare to get of the hair.
also being an extra. Not quite sure when the
The first thing that happened l realise date is this autumn l
had my clothes ripped, cut believe so we will have to wait
then l rolled around in the mud and see if l made the final cut
to get them nice and dirty. or do l end up on the cutting
Not long after l was ravished room floor.
by a Zombie Soldier and ate

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Nana Was A Suffragette
Helen Pankhurst In Local
Film Club Members Film

Altrincham Cine Club was established on 1st July
1967. However, with the advent of video a
change of name needed in 1998 to Altrincham
Video Society also known as AVS Moviemakers
today the active membership is working entirely in
video and producing some well shot and edited
movies for the enjoyment of its members and
outside audiences.
The club meets weekly as well as running
courses on how to improve your video making
and looking at the latest gismos, gadgets it hold
monthly competitions amongst its members.
Some competitions have an open theme some
have a specific theme one such one being the
record trophy, film made to your choice of music.
Two members sisters Hazel and Justine Gibb
thought with the 100 years anniversary since
women got the vote in the Representation Of The
Peoples Act 1918 set their video to Nana was a
suffragette by Chorlton based Jules Gibb who was
is no relation to them. They filmed in Newton
Street Police Museum, Moss Side where the
Pankhurst's lived and at their former home in
Nelson Street Manchester now the Pankhurst
Centre a museum to Emmeline and her daughters
and other suffragettes. Hazel and Justine have
been fortunate to meet Dr Helen Pankhurst,
Sylvia’s granddaughter Emmeline's great
granddaughter on two occasions. The second
occasion they told Helen of the idea for the film
and asked if she would be willing to be filmed.
Helen gladly agreed. Helen was an advisor to the
film suffragette and had a small cameo role in the
2105 film starring Meryl Streep, Carey
Mulligan ,and Helena Bonham Carter. Hazel and
Justine's film won the category and will now be
entered to film of the year in November.

Photos stills From the film Trafford Community News
Top Justine Gibb and Helen Pankhurst
Imprisoned at Newton Street Police Centre
Drawing room The Pankhurst Centre
Peta Gibb Justine Gibb Hazel Gibb Millicent
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Sunday 2nd September

There will be no parade this year due to
various reasons including cost of road
closures money collected en-route does
not cover these costs. Instead there will
be the carnival field as normal this has
been moved from Saturday 1st Sep-
tember to Sunday 2nd September.
There will ots of fun for all the family
Grand Prize Draw, dance/gymnastics
display, dog show, baby competition,
circus skills, glamorous granny, fun fair,
zumbathon and various stalls as well as
the Queens Arena,
Free entry to the field
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Are you keeping an old relic offer free advice
in your home gathering dust and valuations to
and l don't mean people you visitors, who are
live with! I mean an item that invited to raid
may we worth something. their attics and
You know the sort of stuff l bring along their
mean that old piece of family heirlooms,
furniture that has been household
passed down through the treasures and Media City August 30th
family, that large vase that car boot bargains
you keep at the bottom of the for inspection by the experts.
stairs to keep umbrellas in or Even if you don’t have
something in the attic or AR regularly see between anything you think is of value
garden shed that hasn’t seen 1500 and 2000 visitors on the you can still go along and
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remember when. Then on the everyone will get to see an maybe get your fizzogg on
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Exploring the human story treasures and car boot
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of the 'what's it worth? We regularly see between bring another person with
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wrapped up in one.' expert.” Although refreshments
Some of Britain’s leading Just remember the day can are available for sale it
antiques and fine arts be long and tiring doors open may be worth taking your
specialists will be on hand to at 9.30 and close at 5pm but own especially water.
filming continues up until

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Money Matters

Is there any point in
being married?

By Martin Lewis @martinslewis

You meet someone, fall in love, and (£1,190) of their tax-free allowance shifted
hearts pop out of the sky when you to the taxpayer. This means £1,190 of income
look at them. They’re the person you they were taxed on at 20% is now tax-free –
want to spend the rest of your life a £238 gain this year done via altering your
with. But is there any point in tax code.
actually being married?
If eligible you can back claim to when it started
Much of the answer is mixed up with complex too, so that’s a cheque for £662 – making a total
competing views on tradition, religion, of £900. It takes five minutes to do at
convention and emotion. Many have happy, long – it’s the
term stable relationships without wedding non-taxpayer who must apply. If you’ve
ceremonies. Yet as the Royal Wedding has questions read my
heightened conversations about the institution guide for full help.
of marriage, I thought it worth explaining what
difference it makes to your finances too. 2 You may get a bigger state
pension if your spouse dies
Marriage, and these days civil partnerships too,
still count in many UK laws and rules. People If your married partner dies you may be able to
talk about couples who live together and are get extra payments from their pension or
unmarried as ‘common law partners’ - yet that’s national insurance contributions as long as
just a phrase - it doesn’t usually give you rights. you’ve not already built up the full basic state
pension entitlement yourself, as well as inherit
some of their additional state pension.

So, here’s my list of the seven main financial Exactly how much depends on a range of factors
rights of marriage - including civil partnerships such as retirement date and more. And if you’re
not at the state pension age yourself and
- over just co-habiting (don’t blame me, I’m just remarry before you reach it, you won’t be
the messenger), you’ll note, many of them entitled to it. There’s more info on the exact
involve death! rules at

1You can get a free £900 tax It’s also worth noting many workplace,
break if you’re married personal and private pension schemes will only
pass on benefits to a surviving partner if they
This is deliberate government social engineering are married too.

to reward marriage through the tax system. It
was launched three years ago and applies where
one is a basic 20% rate taxpayer and the other a

The non-taxpayer can apply to have 10%

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Your spouse won’t pay Business & Finance

3inheritance tax. 7 You can boost your savings
interest or capital gains
When you die, any money, property allowance.
or assets left to your spouse is automatically
exempt from inheritance tax. Savings and investments can be freely moved
between spouses – without any risk of later
4Unused inheritance tax inheritance tax, or capital gains tax.
allowances can be transferred. Of course these days with the personal savings
allowance letting basic-rate taxpayers earn up to
There’s no inheritance tax to pay on the first £1,000 interest a year without tax, most people
£325,000 of anyone’s estate. Tax is only paid don’t pay tax on their savings any more. Yet if
above that. If any of this is unused when your you do, then moving savings to use up the other’s
spouse dies, then the remainder can be passed allowance, or to the one with the lower tax rate,
across to you. makes sense.
Plus if you’re selling something (like shares)
For example, if a wife left everything to her which will attract capital gains tax, you get an
husband, so there was no inheritance tax to pay, annual allowance of £11,700 profit tax-free. If
her entire £325,000 allowance would pass across you’ll go over this, you can pass some of the asset
to him too. So now when he dies, he has a to your spouse first, to use up both your
£650,000 allowance. allowances.
Martin Lewis is the Founder and Chair of
The same also applies to any unused portion of To join the 13 million
the £125,000 property allowance (which reduces people who get his free Money Tips weekly email, go
tax left to children on sale of a house). to

5 You can inherit your spouse's
ISA allowance.

While savings and investments kept inside tax-
free ISAs are liable for inheritance tax, the ISA
allowance itself can be passed on to a spouse. So if
they’ve £30,000 in ISAs you get this on top of
your own ISAs.

6 Die will-less and your unmarried
partner may get nowt.

If you’re not married, share a home with your
partner, and don’t have a will - even if you’ve
been together thirty years and have 17 kids - if
you die, that means nothing. Depending on how
the home ownership is structured they could even
lose that. So a will is crucial.

For those who are married, laws known as
intestacy rules do give some protection, though
exactly how it works depends on which part of
the UK you live in. Even so making a will so you
can decide exactly where your assets will go is by
far the best protection. And it needn’t be that
costly, sometimes it’s even free, for full help see

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Late Summer Scorchers

The soft pink peonies, deep blue delphiniums and The globe thistle (Echinops bannaticus) produces eye
purple cranesbill geraniums may have faded from my -catching soft blue spiny globes on top of silvery
borders - but there are some sizzling oranges and stems, which grow to around 1.2m (4ft) high, while
reds in their place, bursting into bloom and hailing Aster x frikartii 'Monch' bears lavender-blue flowers
the fact that summer isn't over. on thick stems through to October.
Spikes of vibrant red Crocosmia 'Lucifer' rub Most of these plants don't need staking or dividing
shoulders with dazzling Helenium 'Moerheim often. As well as producing late colour, they also
Beauty', whose rich orange daisy-like flowers provide provide leaf interest throughout the year.
a wonderful clash of colours, intermingling with For immediate impact, plant them closely in groups.
chocolate-leaved heucheras and backed by the Salvias including S. uliginosa (blue) and S. fulgens
intense, deep purple flowers of Buddleia davidii (red) do well planted in groups, as do Chinese aster,
'Black Knight'. coleus, zinnia, penstemon and rudbeckia.
It's at this time of year you realise that late summer Other good bets include the purple coneflower
blooms can almost be more eye-catching and long- Echinacea purpurea, which has pretty basal foliage
lasting than those which bloom earlier in the season and bears big, purple-pink daisy-like flowers.
and if you haven't given a thought to how your Its petals surround a large central cone and it grows
borders are going to look in August and beyond, up to 1m (3ft) or more when fed. Good varieties
maybe it's time to turn over a new leaf. include 'Robert Bloom' or 'Magnus'.
Dahlias have made a comeback in recent years and To complement the coneflowers in your border, try
there are some stunning varieties which will merge planting Phygelius Aequalis 'Yellow Trumpet' in
into a hot scheme. Consider the vermilion-red semi- front of them. These plants, originally
double blooms of D. 'Bishop of Llandaff' alongside from South Africa, have a constant run of flower
the deep yellow D. 'Bishop of York', wonderfully stems which hold tubular creamy yellow flowers and
offset by dark foliage in the border. Types like the reach around 90cm (3ft) in height. They will need
single 'Mount Noddy', with its velvety red flowers, winter protection in cold areas.
are best planted en masse. Of course, no late summer border would be complete
In exotic schemes I love red hot pokers (Kniphofia) without the sedum, or ice plant, so called because if
which provide colour and structure with their tall, you touch the succulent leaves on a warm day they
striking stems and red and yellow rocket-shaped will be cold. A good bet is S. 'Autumn Joy', which
flowers. A good option is 'Ice Queen' if you fancy the provides flat heads of flowers in shades ranging from
calmer hue of creamy yellow flowers but want a salmon pink to deep red from August to November.
plant which grows to around 1.2m (4ft) tall. For Plant wisely and your sizzling summer may last
smaller, daintier varieties which could be placed much longer than you think.
nearer the front of the border, 'Toffee Nosed' or
'Little Maid' are better choices.
Tubs and troughs of vivid, vibrant nasturtiums can
also provide late summer interest, in shades of reds,
oranges and yellows, while black-eyed Susan, or
thunbergia, will twine itself up trellis or tumble
over hanging baskets in a sunny, sheltered spot until
Other stunning additions to the border which do
well in lightly shaded areas are hemerocallis (day
lily), astilbe and astrantia.
If you're not into brash and bold, you can opt for the
softer hues of summer phlox in a variety of colours,
from white to deep pink, some of which have
variegated leaves.

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Images: Best of the bunch... Gardening
Three ways to…
Improve results with climbing
Walk down any street in roses
late summer and you are
likely to see a buddleia, 1. When tying in branches, bend them down
or butterfly bush as it is horizontally to help produce more flowers and keep
known because it attracts the plant in its allotted space.
butterflies, with its cone- 2. If your soil is light and sandy, install an automatic
shaped flowers in shades watering system to reduce the incidence of fungal
of purple, magenta and disease.
white. 3. Mulch twice yearly in spring and autumn and leave
All too often this shrub looks gaunt and twiggy, with the pruning of repeat-flowering climbers to spring.
flowers appearing at the top of tall, bare branches.
This may be because of insufficient pruning, but in Things to do this month...
fact buddleias are really easy to grow in any
reasonable garden soil which is well drained. n If you've returned from holiday and your hanging
The most popular variety, B. davidii, grows to 2.4m baskets and pots look dry, straggly and irredeemable,
(8ft) or more and looks good at the back of a border, chuck out the contents and think
while for those with smaller gardens, Thompson &
Morgan has brought out the dwarf B. Buzz, billed as about planting up some autumn and winter plants.
the world's first patio variety, which will sit in a large n Start harvesting sweetcorn.
pot and produce the same attractive blooms through
to September. n Continue to remove faded flower heads from
Personally, though, I prefer the larger types in vivid marginal aquatic plants
colours including 'Black Knight', which has dark
purple blooms and 'Royal Red', with its purple-red and cut off or pull away any excess growth.
blooms. Hard prune the shrubs in March, cutting n Sow spinach beet or true spinach until early
back last year's growth to within 2in of the old wood. September.
n Sow overwintering onions, such as Japanese
Good enough to eat... varieties, for harvesting early next summer.
Parsley n Prune summer-flowering shrubs over three years
old, as they finish flowering.
The frilly kind may n Repair, clean and disinfect the greenhouse during
have gone out of the quiet summer period, putting all the plants
fashion but flat- outside temporarily.
leaved parsley is n Continue to cut sweet peas to encourage more
widely served as an blooms.
addition or garnish n Plant out cuttings of mid-season and late
because it has more chrysanthemums, taken in July, into greenhouse
flavour than its borders or growing bags, or singly into 15cm (6in)
more ornate relative pots.
and it is really easy to grow in fairly rich soil. n Finish feeding plants which will be left outside all
Sow seeds between March and June where you want winter. The soft, sappy growth produced by feeding
it to crop or in small pots which can be planted out beyond the end of August may not survive the winter.
later and thinned out when the seedlings are large n Continue pruning plums if required, preferably
enough. Water the plants regularly and give them a after picking the fruit.
liquid feed every few weeks, removing yellowing n Inspect your lawn to assess which areas will need
leaves and replacing the plants when they run to seed. renovating in the autumn.
If you're growing parsley on your windowsill, sow n Order lily bulbs for autumn planting.
new seeds every three months and you should have
parsley all year round as it'll continue growing n Begin planting winter-flowering, dwarf bulbous
throughout the winter months. irises such as I. histrioides, I. danfordiae and I.
Parsley is usually treated as an annual, although it reticulata in sunny, well-drained sites.
will come up again in the second year but it won't do
as well and tends to run to seed early.

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Railway Children
At Longford Park

Saturday 11th August

All aboard! Full steam
ahead! Find your travel
companions as Heartbreak
Productions’ return to
Longford Park Stretford
with an outdoor adaptation
of The Railway Children,
the classic children’s tale
by Edith Nesbit.

Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis previously been to one of past the cafe for people
after moving from London the open air theatre pro- with mobility issues. We
live by the railway line on ductions, it is held in the kindly ask you to respect
the Yorkshire moors, the People’s Millions Garden the parking restrictions
children spend quite a bit of adjacent to the formal within Longford Park.
time watching the trains Gardens. There will be two I am hoping to go to see
and making some main access points, one on this whether l can find a
unexpected friendships. the Eastern side (follow the traveling companion
The old gentleman who path alongside the Athletics remain to be seen! The
regularly takes the 9.15 am Stadium) and a second on reason is that l cry at the
train and helps them free the Western side (follow end when Bobbie is
their wrongly imprisoned the road past the cafe and reunited with he father on
father, and the Russian it’ll be on the right past the the platform in the original
immigrant who teaches Community Allotments). film.
them that compassion and Once you get inside the In fact l cry at other times
understanding cross all park follow the signs. There as well but my family sit
boundaries. will be volunteers at hand

Seating is not provided! should you require assis- there watching me waiting
Please bring your own tance. for the inevitable tears to
chair or blanket/rug, and Parking we would rather flow as Bobby says my
some warm clothing and an you left the car at home, daddy my daddy. In fact we
umbrella just in case. but if you do need to drive, went to Oakworth the sta-
Toilets are located at the easiest option is to park tion used in and mentioned
Longford Cafe they will be at the large car park next to in the film and as the train
closed after the interval. the Athletics Stadium off came in. So if you see
Please note that the cafe Ryebank Road. There is a someone blubbering away
itself may not be serving second smaller car park it will probably be me.

food or drinks from 5:00pm Gates open at 4:00pm. Show starts at 5pm sharp
onward so we advise that Tickets are available from
you bring refreshments Longford Café
NewsLink Stretford Metro
picnic drinks along. Chorlton Bookshop.

For those that have not £12 (under 5s Free). Recommended Age 6+

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Strawberry and Lemon Thyme Eclairs

Delicious eclairs filled with vanilla Chantilly with Thyme and fresh strawberries

Prep time: 25 minutes
Cook time: 45 minutes

You’ll need:

Crunchy Topping Filling
75g caster sugar 400g strawberries
75g plain flour 2 sprigs of lemon
60g unsalted butter thyme
Choux Pastry 2 tbsp. caster sugar
60g unsalted butter 600ml double cream
1 tsp caster sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 tsp salt
60ml whole milk Tip: To get perfect eclairs
60ml water you need to pipe the eclairs
40g plain flour very neatly. Any imperfec-
45g strong white bread tions in the piping can show
flour up in the baked eclairs.
2-3 large eggs, beaten

What to do: until the pastry is thick, glossy thyme. Set aside for an hour or
and has reached dropping so to macerate.
To make the crunchy topping for consistency. Place the pastry Place the cream, vanilla and
the eclairs mix together the into a piping bag fitted with a remaining sugar into a large
sugar and the flour, add the plain round piping tip (roughly bowl and whisk until the mixture
butter and rub together until it 1cm wide). holds soft peaks
starts to form a dough. Use your Line two baking trays with
hand to press together into a parchment paper and draw ten Cut the eclairs through the
uniform dough. Place between 12cm lines onto the back of the middle and fill the base of each
two sheets of parchment and roll parchment, 6 per sheet. Pipe the eclair with the strawberries
out until it is about 2mm thick. choux pastry into eclairs, using (leaving the juice in the bowl).
Place onto a baking tray and the lines as guides. Remove the
freeze until needed. crunchy topping from the freezer Place the cream into a piping
and cut into strips 12cmx1.5cm bag and pipe the cream on top
To make the choux pastry place and place one of top of each of the strawberries. Hull the
the butter, sugar, salt, milk and eclair (this gives the eclairs a remaining strawberries and cut
water into a medium sized crunchy topping but also helps into quarters, pressing into the
saucepan and bring to a rolling give a uniform shape, making sides of the cream as
boil. Once at temperature pour them look more professional). decoration. Top with the eclair
in both of the flours and lids and dust with a little icing
immediately mix together with a Bake in the oven at 180c (160c sugar.
wooden spoon, until it forms into fan) for about 30-35 minutes or
a ball of dough and there is a dry until the choux is golden brown. Once filled the eclairs are best
layer on the base of the pan. Tip Set aside until cooled. served within a couple hours of
the pastry into a large bowl and assembling but the baked eclairs
set aside for 5 minutes. To make the filling hull 300g of can be prepared a day ahead.
the strawberries and cut into
Add the eggs a little at a time small dice. Mix together with 1
beating until combined before tbsp. of the sugar and the
adding more. Add enough egg
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What's On Community Pages


11th Railway Children Longford 2nd Flixton Carnival Fun Day
Park Stretford. Doors open 4pm Woodsend Circle 11am-5pm
27th Bank Holiday Monday 8th Timperley Country Fair
Larkhill Centre, Thorley Lane
Timperley 10am - 3.30pm

Sun Rise Sun Set Moon Phases 4th Aug
Aug 1st 5.32am 9.02pm Last Quarter 11th Aug
Sep 1st 6.52am 7.58pm New Moon 18th Aug
First Quarter 26th Aug
Full Moon 3rd Sep
Last Quarter 9th Sep
New Moon 17th Sep
First Quarter 25th Sep
Full Moon 2nd Oct
Last Quarter

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Clubs and Societies Community News

Townswomen’s Guild 7-30pm 4th Monday in month German Church. Park Rd/Barton Rd ,Stretford
Gorse Hill residents website includes local news and updates from Gorse Hill Community Action Group,
Gorse Hill FC
Friends of Longford Park for the latest news & what's on
Friends of Victoria Park, Stretford
Stretford Probus Club for retired men, speakers on a wide range of subjects. New members welcome!
Monday 10am meetings at St. Ann's club Chester Road, Call Robin on 748 3034
Urmston Choral Society, meets each Wednesday at 7.30. Greenfield Church, Urmston

Local History Society 3rd Thursday in month St Matthews Church Hall 7-30pm

K2tog meet on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 26 Wardle Close, 2pm - 3.30pmfor knitting,
craft or social. New members welcome

Flixton Brass Band, graded first section meet every Monday and Thursday 8.00pm - 10.00pm.

Davyhulme Camera Club meet every Wednesday evening at Flixton House, Flixton 7.30pm to 10.00pm.

HATS Theatre Group Rehearsals St Hugh of Lincoln Church Hall, Glastonbury Road Stretford, Thursday
evening at 7.30pm.
Altrincham and Bowdon Civic Society meet on varying dates at 2 pm at Altrincham Town Hall to discuss
matters relating of Altrincham and Bowdon. Tel 962 7108 for info
Sale Brass Band's Age 8 to 80 Monday 6.15-7.15pm at Sale Sports Club, Clarendon Crescent, Sale M33
Trafford Deaf Community Network meet every first and third Thursdays of the month 7-11pm at Sale
Excelsior Club, corner of Chapel Road and Symons Road, Sale M33 7FJ New members welcome
[email protected] or mobile text to 07796 615 034

Out and about for Pensioners 3rd Wednesday in the month meet from St John the Devine Brooklands Rd
Contact Margaret
Trafford Stroke Support Group Tuesday Weekly 10am - 12pm The Avenue Methodist Church, Wincham
Road Sale Mrs M Siddall 283 1989
Sweet Rhythm Swing Band meets every Friday from 7pm to 10pm in Urmston.
Altrincham and District Natural History Society meets two Tuesday evenings per month for walks in
summer and talks in winter. or contact [email protected] or 0161 865 0118.
G Scale society 3rd Saturday in month 10am-2pm St. Albans Church hall Broadheath B Davis 748 7029
Urmston Musical Theatre, Monday and Wednesday evenings, Urmston Cricket Club, Moorside Rd.
Urmston Chess Club 7.30pm on Tuesday night at Flixton Con Club, 193 Flixton Rd, Flixton,

Sailfin Swimming Club for People with Disabilities S3ale1LeisureTCernatrfefoSurnddayC10o-3m0amm unity News

Trafford Councillors
Altrincham Davyhulme East Priory
Geraldine Coggins Linda Blackburn 0161 748 6659 Jane Baugh 0161 912 2644
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Daniel Jerrome 07805 958548 Mark Cawdrey Barry Brotherton 0161 912 2637
Michael Young 0161 941 6067 [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] Jayne Dillon Andrew Western 07896774011
[email protected] [email protected]
Sale Moor
Ashton on Mersey Davyhulme West Joanne Bennett 0161 962 7809
John Lamb 0161 928 3664 John Reilly 0161 912 3847 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] Mike Freeman 07794 092377
Brian Rigby MBE 0161 912 2633 Brian Shaw 0161 747 6310 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] Elizabeth Patel
Michael Whetton 07752 667 442 Graham Whitham [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] St Marys
Daniel Bunting 0161905 2786
Bowdon Flixton [email protected]
Sean Anstee 0161 912 4182 Jonathan Coupe 0161 912 3839 Rob Chilton 0161 905 2507
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Karen M Barclay 0161 980 3462 Paul Lally 0161 747 0291 John Holden 0161 0162 962 1849
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Michael R Hyman 0161 928 0154 Simon Thomas Stretford Ward
[email protected] [email protected] Steve Adshead 0161 912 5218
[email protected]
Broadheath Gorse Hill Ward Tom Ross 07900267339
Stephen Anstee 07422 078 779 David Acton 0161 749 9823 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] Jane Slater 0161 283 3321
Denise Western 07794 080240 Laurence Walsh 0161 912 5208 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] Timperley
Amy Whyte Mike Cordingley 0161 865 9228 Jane E Brophy 0161 962 6494
amywhyte [email protected]
[email protected] Nathan Evans 07843368041
[email protected]
Brooklands Hale Barns Angela Bruer-Morris 07896842408
Chris Boyes 0161 962 2616 Dylan Butt 0161928 8813 angela.bruer-
[email protected] [email protected] morri[email protected]
David Hopps Patrick Myers 0161 9298389 Urmston
[email protected] [email protected] Joanne Harding 0161 7550619
Steven Longden 07443 003721 Bernard Sharp 0161 928 6121 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] Catherin Hynes 07794 092351
[email protected]
Bucklow St Martins Hale Central Kevin A Procter 0161 748 8460
Adele New Louise Haddad [email protected]
Aidan Williams 0161 865 8180 Village
[email protected] Alan Mitchell 0161 928 9220 Ray Bowker MBE 0161 912 3936
James Alexander Wright [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] Patricia Young 0161 928 0207 Thomas Carey 07970 829735
Clifford Ward [email protected] [email protected]
Ejaz Malik 0161 881 0967 or 0161 Longford Ward Laura Evans 07896110508
862 9786 Anne Duffield 0161 864 3873 [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]
Whit Stennett MBE 0161 912 3938 David Jarman 0161 866 8289
[email protected] [email protected]
Sophie Taylor 07900 257 340 Judith Lloyd 0161 865 8946
[email protected] [email protected]

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MP’s Help lCionmemsunity Pages

Kate Green MP Hospitals

Stretford and Urmston, holds a Trafford General Hospital
number of advice surgeries each 0161 748 4022
month. by appointment only. Trafford General has A&E
To book an appointment call the Altrincham Hospital minor injuries dept.
Stretford and Urmston 0161 928 6111
Constituency office on
0161 749 9120. Police
Alternatively you can fax on 0161
749 9121 or e-mail Police Non Emergency 101
(0161 872 5050 still in operation)
Graham Brady MP Stretford Neighbourhood Policing Team
0161 856 7655
Altrincham and Sale West holds email [email protected]
a number of surgeries each Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111
month by appointment only. Anti Social behaviour Helpline
To book an appointment please 0161 912 1111
call the constituency office on
0161 904 8828 Councillors Surgeries
Website: Councillor Cordingley holds a monthly
surgery every month at Lostock Library.
Mike Kane MP (First Saturday of the month, 10-10:30am).
Councillor Walsh holds a monthly surgery at
Wythenshawe and Sale East Gorse Hill Primary School
(Last Friday of month 5pm to 6pm)
Trafford Town Hall Flixton surgery every Friday 6-7pm
Tel 0161 912 2000 146 Flixton Road, Urmston. Cllr Laura Evans Village 2nd & 4th Saturday
10am Timperley Library Except Bank Hols &
Trafford Youth Cabinet August. First Friday of the month Broomwood centre 11 am till noon.
cabinet/ Cll Alex Williams Altrincham by appointment
Or find them on Facebook Cll Rob Chilton 1st Saturday of every month -
3.30 pm - Sale West Community Centre,
3rd Saturday of every month - 3.30 pm -
Coppice Library, Coppice Avenue

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Community Pages

Churches and places of worship

St Matthews C of E Chapel Ln/Chester Rd
Sunday 8am Holy Communion 10am Holy Communion 3rd Sunday 10am Matins, 11am Fresh All Age with
drama & music 6-30pm Evensong, Tue Ecumenical Prayers 9.30 All Saints
Wed Holy Communion 10am (said) Coffee Morning Sat 10-30 –12pm
Contact 0161 865 2535
Methodist Churches in the Stretford & Urmston Methodist Circuit. Contact Rev Stuart Smith 0161 755 3357
Gorse Hill Methodist Chester Rd Service Sun 11am Thurs Open Door 10-30 Tea and Toast
Sevenways Methodist Barton Rd / Derbyshire Ln Service Sun 10-45am Coffee Morning 1st Sat in month.
Brook Rd Methodist Brook Rd Flixton Service Sun 10-45am
Cornerstone Methodist, Hayeswater Rd Davyhulme Service Sun 10-45am Cafe Sat 10am-12noon
St Ann's RC Chester Rd Sunday Masses 9-30am 11-30am 6-30pm
Contact Fr John Hitchen or Fr Pat Greasley 0161 865 2079
St Anthony's Church Centre 3rd Avenue Trafford Park Contact 848 9173
St Hilda's Kings Rd/ Warwick Rd South Sunday Service's 10-30am
Daily Prayer 9-15am Coffee Shop & Drop In Thurs 10-12-30pm
Contact Ross Malkin 0161 865 1802
Manchester German Church. Park Rd/Barton Rd 1 11am & 3rd Sundays 4pm Contact 0161 865 1335
All Saints C of E Barton Road Lostock Sun services 8 am 10am Holy Communion,
Tue 9-30am Ecumenical Prayers, Wed 9-45 Holy Communion alternate weeks prayer and praise.
Contact via website
Trafford Christian Life Centre, 107 Barton Road Sunday Celebration and Kidszone 10-30am Contact 718 5248
Gospel Hall Stretford 10 Derbyshire Lane Sunday 6-30pm Gospel Meeting Tue 8pm Bible Study Contact 748 6036
The Salvation Army Brunswick St Sun 11am Morning Worship 12.15 Sunday School Contact 866 8239

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Davyhulme Rd/Chester Rd Sun 10am

Unitarian Free Church Queens Road, Urmston Sun 10am all ages
Contact Rev Danny Crosby 928 9913
The Avenue Methodist Church & The Living Well Centre, Wincham Road, Sale.
Sunday Worship 10.45am; Holy Communion (2nd Sunday) 9.00am. Breakfast Church (1st & 3rd Sundays )
Activities and Events for all ages: Living Well Centre – Everyday. Stockdales Café: Open every Wednesday 10am-
1.30pm, Lunch 12 noon
Contact: 0161 973 1832.
St John the Devine C of E Brooklands Rd Timperley. Sunday 8.30am Holy Communion 10.30am Parish Eucharist
(2nd Sunday Parade Service) 6.30pm Evensong Brick a brac and Coffee every Thursday 10am –12pm

St Paul C of E Springfield Rd Sale
Sunday 10 am Parish communion third Sunday All Age service Sunday 9 30am Storytime church a20 minute
service for preschool children and their carers 6pm Evensong There are also several church groups
Contact is E-mail [email protected] tel; 01619731042

St Mary the Virgin, C of E Davyhulme Sunday - 9am, Eucharist, 10.30am, Parish Eucharist with Children's church
Wednesday 10am - Eucharist

Flixton Fellowship Church Acre Hall Primary School, Irlam Road, Flixton, M41 6NA Sunday 10am
Contact: 0161 747 5944.

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Youth Groups Community Pages

23rd Stretford St Matthews/Victoria Mon 6.30-8pm Cub Scouts, Tue 6-7pm Beavers,
Thur 7-9pm Scouts Scout Hut Victoria Park Contact
Quest Scout Group /17th Stretford Lostock Barton Rd, Lostock
Wed 6-7pm Beavers, Wed 7-30—9-30pm Explorer's
Thur 7—8-30pm Cubs, Fri 7-15—915pm Scouts
1st Gorse Hill 2nd Stretford Scout Group The Lodge Beresford Rd, Gorse Hill
Tues Scouts 6:.45-9pm, Wed Beavers 6.30-7.30pm, Thurs Cubs 7-8:30pm
To join contact Jane McGrath [email protected]
25th Stretford (Firswood) Beavers and Cubs and Scouts
Contact Roy Fordham for details 881 3661
3rd Davyhulme Scout Group Off Lostock Rd, Davyhulme
Contact Jim Field 0161 291 0473
All Saints Barton Rd Girl Guides Contact Stella Green 0161 748 4727
Rainbows age 5-7yrs 5-6pm, Brownies 7-10yrs 6-7.30pm, Guides 10-14yrs 7.30-9pm
St Matthew’s Brownie Guides Contact Mrs Wellington 0161 972 0911
Guides Laura Wellington 0797497485
8th Trafford Boys’ Brigade Hayeswater Rd Methodist Church
Thurs 6.30-9.30pmAges 5 to 18 welcome Contact Michael Guy 07729882201
3rd Trafford Boys Brigade Sevenways Church contact Brian Taylor 748-8493
1st Stretford Girls’ Brigade Gorse Hill Methodist Church
Wed 6.30-8pm Girls 5-18 Carol Conaghan, 718-3221
Stretford Gospel Hall 10 Derbyshire Lane Wednesday 6-30pm
Children and Young Teenagers Activity Night
Trafford Christian Life Centre Barton Rd, Youth Call
Thurs 10-14yrs 7pm –8-30 14 plus 8-9-30pm
St Hilda's Church Kings Rd
Fridays 7.30-9pm The Edge, Wed After school drop-in 2.30-5.30pm Games, Pool Air Hockey etc
Food available, Chill-Out Relax 11-16s

Frantic, 7-11 year olds Woodsend Scout Hut, Woodsend Crescent Road, Urmston, M41 8AD
Saturdays at 6.45-8.15pm. Contact [email protected]

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SUDOKU Fill in the grid so that every row, every column,
and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9.

Easy Hard

CROSSWORD 37 Trafford Community News

3. Assign (9)
8. Frolic (4)
9. Primness (9)
10. At sea (6)
11. Seraglio (5)
14. Mortal (5)
15. Stable (4)
16. Faith (5)
18. Peel (4)
20. Surmise (5)
21. Vex (5)
24. Gap (6)
25. Mechanical (9)
26. Worry (4)
27. Willingness (9)

1. Treason (9)
2. Salary (9)
4. Jog (4)
5. Dance (5)
6. Credo (6)
7. Carry (4)
9. Swoon (5)
11. Dwelling (5)
12. Tiny (9)
13. Vast size (9)
17. Poisonous (5)
19. Destitute (6)
22. Fish-eggs (5)
23. Dumb (4)
24. Sibilate (4)

Coffee Break Solutions Sudoku solutions Easy
Crossword solutions

Across: Down:
3 Attribute; 1 Treachery;
8 Romp; 2 Emolument;
9 Formality; 4 Trot;
10 Afloat; 5 Rumba;
11 Harem; 6 Belief;
14 Human; 7 Tote;
15 Firm; 9 Faint;
16 Trust; 11 House;
18 Rind; 12 Miniature;
20 Opine; 13 Immensity;
21 Tease; 17 Toxic;
24 Hiatus; 19 Devoid;
25 Automatic; 22 Spawn;
26 Fret; 23 Mute;
27 Readiness. 24 Hiss.


1 jellyfish 2 octopus 3 shipwreck
4 shark 5 seahorse

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Front cover
Stretford's and Charlton's
own Sir Barry Gibb
receives his Knighthood

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In this publication you may find the odd!!!! Spoll-
ing misstock, typing error or where you find the
grammar is not quite as it should be. That is due to
a condition l have called dyspraxia similar to dys-
lexia, people with this tend to spell phonetically
and sometimes l miss the last letters of words due
sometimes to the speed my brain (yes l do have
one) is working basically it means “I am playing
all the right notes but not necessarily in the right
order” to quote Eric Morecambe. If my malaprop-
isms amuse you that’s fine by me we all need a
laugh. The word comes from Mrs Malaprop a
character in Sheridan's play The Rivals who mis-
uses words in this way.

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