New members

Friends of Chadkirk Chapel, Country Estate & Local Nature Reserve

The Friends of Chadkirk Chapel, Country Estate & Local Nature Reserve are a group of people who love the Chapel and the peace and tranquillity of the Vale of Chadkirk. They help in a variety of ways to maintain and develop this beautiful estate which is owned and maintained by Stockport MBC.

The flower arrangements in the chapel are provided by the Friends. We are instrumental in the Well Dressing and Chadkirk Festival held annually in July. The first Saturday and third Thursdays of each month are Task Days, everyone welcome, mainly working in and around the walled garden. Saturday sessions are from 1.30, and Thursdays from 10.00. We also arrange a variety of activities at the Chapel throughout the year including a celebration for St Chads Day, a Carol Service and services for Easter and Harvest

We would welcome anyone who feels they could help or are just interested in what we do. Meetings of The Friends are held bi-monthly in the chapel and all members are very welcome to attend. Minutes can be seen on request.

We ask for an initial joining fee of £5 per household* (cheques payable to ‘Friends of Chadkirk’) towards postage and expenses.

If you would like to help us preserve local amenities and heritage, encourage wildlife and provide a better environment in the locality please fill in the form below

Name(s): ……………………………………………………………………….

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Telephone: ……………………………………………………………………….

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By filling in this form I agree to your holding my personal details for the purposes of the Friends of Chadkirk

Signature(s): date:

Please return to: Mrs Lesley Thompson, 117 Queens Road, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, SK8 5HR

* Voting at meetings is restricted to members over the age of 18 who have signed this form

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One response to “New members

  1. I took a frosty walk around Chadkirk on Sunday Dec. 28th and in the walled garden was surprised to see two little daffodils who must have been confused by the recent mild weather into thinking it was Spring already. A few feet away, a single red rose hung by the wall, a reminder of the summer. A few days ahead of New Year, when we look back over the previous year and forward to the new one, it seems that nature was doing the same thing.

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