Hanging Baskets, Tubs, Bedding Plants, Basket plants, perennial plants, potted plants, ferns, tomato plants, etc
Also compost and fertilisers available.
Please come along and support us, all proceed go towards ground improvements.
This month the Urmston History Society branch into the mechanical world. Ian Mabon is to describe the life and work of Joseph Whitworth the engineer. The program begins at 7-30 pm and is open to non-members £3. Free Parking and licenced bar.
Indoor/Outdoor table top
Sunday 7th May 2017
10am - 2pm
Tables £10 each
Access to stall holders from 9am
Doors open to public 10am
No sales will be made before this time
Music from two of the world’s most outstanding composers will be performed by Urmston Choral Society when they present their annual sacred concerts in May this year.
Featuring Rossini’s “Petite Messe Solennelle” and Haydn’s “Insanae et vanae curae”, the concerts will bring together soloists Margo Campbell (soprano), Jacqueline Jones (alto), Nicholas Buxton (tenor) and Aaron O’Hare (bass) who will join with Urmston Choral’s 70-strong ensemble to perform two of the most magnificent pieces of music ever written.
The first of the concerts will be held at St. Monica’s Church in Irlam Road, Flixton, on Wednesday, May 17, followed by a repeat performance at St. Werburgh’s Church in Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, on Saturday, May 20, both concerts starting at 7.30pm. The Chorlton event coincides with the start of the Chorlton Arts Festival week. Tickets priced at £8, £6 (concessions) and £2 (students/children) are available from Maxine Summers, Tel: 0161 748 0903. Further information about the events is available from the Choir’s website: www.urmstonchoral.org.uk
Said Julie Parker, Musical Director of Urmston Choral: “These particular pieces of music are extremely challenging but the Choir members are very excited at the prospect of performing these wonderful compositions, supported by four extremely professional soloists who are all experts in their own right.”
Hollywood glamour comes to Manchester for charity ball
The glamour of Hollywood is coming to Manchester as BMI The Alexandra Hospital celebrates its 35th anniversary with a ‘La La Land’ themed charity ball, in partnership with Prevent Breast Cancer.
The event, which will take place on Friday 16th June at The Midland Hotel, will see colleagues, patients and staff come together to celebrate the milestone in the hospital’s history and raise money to fund research and treatment to prevent breast cancer.
With a dress code of ‘Hollywood glamour’ and black tie, guests are expected from all over the north west with local celebrities attending to show their support and all money raised will be given to Prevent Breast Cancer. With World Class musicians and dancers bringing La La Land to Life! You will be entertained in true LA style where screen will become reality!
Urmston's Wayne Devlin, who is regarded as one of the finest Rat Pack vocalists in the U.K. will be providing the sounds of swing and jazz with renditions of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Tony Bennett to bring the authentic feel of Hollywood glam.
“The Alex has been delivering the highest standards of care topatients for 35 years and this event is the perfect way to celebrate" says hospital Executive Director, Simon Shepherd.
"Despite the fact that we have the best equipped private hospital outside London, we are in the middle of an £8m investment program to ensure that we continue to offer exceptional facilities. However, it is the people that make The Alex so special – the patients that are at the heart of everything we do, the exceptional clinicians and the clinical teams that run the hospital.”
In addition to individual ticket sales, sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information and to buy tickets, please contact Entertainment Today Events on 0161 484 0876 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More details can be found at www.entertainmenttoday.co.uk/lalaland
80sFest is back! 80sFest 2017 supporting Royal Manchester Children's Hospital sees 80sFest return to Ashton on Mersey RUFC with an even more exciting line up. Headliners David Live, the UK's premier Bowie tribute, are backed up by tributes to The Pretenders, Gary Numan, Bon Jovi, Boy George and Simple Minds with a second appearance by returning legends, 2Rude Ska after they won the people's vote last year. Full beer tent, lots of food and above all fun. Tickets are priced at £25 adult, £60 family (two adults, two children), £9 child and £15 teen. Gates open 12 noon, curfew 10 pm. Tickets now selling via the website. Ticket outlets to be announced shortly.
Not the rolling stones tribute band
Saturday 15th july 2017 plus support & dj
John alker hall flixton road urmston mcr m41 6qy
Tickets £12.50 advance £15 door over 18s
Tickets available from john alker hall (upstairs bar)
Or phone paul 07799 610660 - steve 07941 374965
We are hosting the very first 'Pride of Urmston' awards evening where we want to award those people who have made a difference to the area or the people in it. Any age will be considered so if you know a young fundraiser let us know... if there's someone who has tirelessly given up their time and effort for the good of the area please send us their name and any relevant details and we will make sure those chosen have a lovely evening. I can be contacted at email@example.com and there is also an event page set up on Facebook. I look forward to hearing from anyone with suggested names. Thank you.