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Welcome Readers, Welcome to the April edition of Chadderton Life. Hope you are all well, it’s been a hectic month but just getting back to normal. Don’t forget Easter Sunday 20th April and make sure you get those Easter eggs bought for the kids (and us grown-ups). The weather seems to be improving, Spring is on underway and the evenings are getting lighter. What more could we ask? Keep sending in the feedback and don’t forget to check out our website and pass it on to your friends who may not receive the magazine.. Best Wishes Trevor

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1. “I’ll have what she’s having” is a famous line from which 1989 film? 2. What is the capital city of Afghanistan? 3. What is the name of the household butler in The Addams Family? 4. In which year did Torvill and Dean win gold for their bolero at the Winter Olympics? 5. UK residents are entitled to receive a letter from the Queen, on their 100th birthday and which other occasion? 6. In boating terms, which is word is used for the left side of the boat when facing the bow?

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Who’s Who Can you name what TV/film families these characters are the patriarchs of?

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What’s On Aquacise Every Monday 3pm - 4pm An enjoyable water based work out to music. Excellent workout in the surroundings of the Wellbeing Centre

Chadderton Wellbeing Centre (Price £4.30) 0161 621 3220 (Paul Crossley)

Acting and Devising Every Tuesday 4.30pm - 6.30pm Participants on this course will be encouraged to explore different themes using a wide variety of media and performance techniques and to devise a new and engaging piece of theatre.

Oldham Theatre Workshop, Old Museum, Greaves Street Ages 8 - 12yrs (£26 - £49 per term) 0161 770 3240 (Gaye Lewis)

Arts & Crafts Every Wednesday 4pm - 6pm Take part in arts and crafts activities at this friendly group for young people with additional needs and looked after children.

Union Street Community Centre Ages 7 - 11yrs (FREE) 0161 770 3118 (Bernadette)

Tea Dance Every Thursday 12.30pm - 3.30pm Price includes refreshments.

Middleton Arena, Corporation Street (Price £2.10) 0161 662 4000

Hobson’s Choice 17th April - 10th May (7.30pm + wed/sat matinees)

Hobson’s Bootmakers make a pretty penny and Henry Hobson spends most of those pennies down at the local pub. The bolshie bootmaker forces his three unpaid daughters and overworked apprentice to do all the hard work while he reaps the praise for his respectable and high quality business. But Hobson’s cushy life is threatened when his gutsy oldest daughter resolves to marry the underpaid apprentice. She walks circles around her haughty father with her quick wit and bowls him over with her audacious determination. Oldham Coliseum Theatre (Tickets £5 - £18.50) 0161 624 2829

Holiday Quizzes 5th - 19th April (11am - 3.30pm)

Drop in during normal opening hours. The quiz will take you on a tour of our exhibitions and displays – complete it for your chance to be entered into the free prize draw Touchstones, Rochdale (FREE) No need to book

In the Frame 17th April (11am - 3.30pm)

Thai Chi Every Friday 10am - 12pm Heywood Civic Centre, Church Street (Price £2.10) 01706 368 130

Join us to decorate a hand-crafted frame which will become an interactive in the new Heritage Gallery exhibition Talking Heads. Drop-in session. Touchstones, Rochdale Ages 5 - 12yrs (FREE) No need to book

Oldham School of Musical Theatre Every Sunday 2pm - 4pm Acting, singing and dance. Summer and winter performances. Please call for more info and to book a taster session.

Mills Hill Baptist Church Hall, Mills Hill Rd. Ages 8 - 16yrs 0161 213 0655 (Rebecca Hughes)

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Easter Family Fun 14th - 17th April (1 - 4pm)

Fun arts and crafts activities on each of these days. Face painting on each of these days at a cost of £2. Gallery Oldham, Greaves Street (FREE) 0161 770 4653

Jason Manford - First World Problems 8th - 9th May (7.30pm) This show promises a wealth of comedy anecdotes, misunderstandings and audience banter delivered with Jason's likeable charm and teasingly intelligent wit. Middleton Arena, Corporation Street (Tickets £22.50) 0844 855 4020

Erringden Piano Trio 10th May (7.30pm) This piano trio is one of the most experienced in the country presenting works by Beethoven, Bridge and Mozart. A concert not to be missed! Heywood Civic Centre, Church Street 01706 655 655

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How to nurture seedlings Sowing Your Seeds In all, it will take about four months (16 weeks) for the first blooms to appear. In the first week you should sow your chosen seeds in scrupulously clean plant pots or trays. This is important, because bacteria can affect the fragile seedling, so use a water solution of about 10% bleach to clean them first, to ensure a bacteria-free environment. Before sowing the seeds, be sure to thoroughly read the seed packet for specific details on germination times, as this can vary by several weeks between different seed varieties. For the best results, seeds need a moist, warm soil to germinate (between about 18 and 24C). Using a waterproof heating mat provides heat from beneath the seed, aiding the process. Keep the seeds on an indoor windowsill or in a greenhouse to provide the necessary warmth. Now be patient and wait for the seeds to work their magic. First Shoots In the second to fourth week, you should see the first signs of life slowly emerge from the soil in the form of shoots. If the soil begins to look dry, water the seeds from the bottom, rather than directly into the pot or tray. Place the pot or tray in a larger pan containing water for about 20 minutes, so that water can be absorbed up from the root. Be careful to avoid overwatering.

seedlings; if necessary use a fan. This will prevent a fungal disease known as 'damping off', which will make the seedlings collapse. Snip unwanted seedlings at the base with scissors, rather than pulling them out, as this can damage adjacent seedlings. Thinning out the seeds will encourage those you keep to flourish by giving them plenty of space. Pinching or Pricking-Out This refers to transplanting seedlings to individual pots from the seed tray. Usually this will be in about the fourth week. The seedlings will still be fragile, so handle them by their leaves.

Replant the seedlings into an organic fertilizer at half strength and give them a small amount of Seedlings will need a lot of light in their initial water to encourage the roots. To help make the stages. Keeping them on a window sill or in a seedlings stronger, gently brush your hand across greenhouse maximises light exposure. You can use them each day. fluorescent lights to provide up to 16 hours of light a day, but if you do so, keep the lights very Harden Off Your Seedlings close (about 5cm away from the seedling tops). This refers to gradually getting them used to outdoor life. In week 11 your seedlings will be Ensure that you have good air circulation to the one week away from outdoor life. Withhold

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fertilizer and water them less often. 7 to 10 days before transplanting, put the seedlings outdoors in a shady area, protected from wind, for a few hours each day to acclimatise them to the outdoors. Each day, gradually increase their exposure to full sun and windy conditions. In their penultimate watering before moving them permanently outside, add some transplanting solution to encourage root growth.

afternoon, so the plants can acclimatise overnight before the sun becomes very hot. Water the soil around the seedling immediately and use mulch, as this will help to prevent moisture loss.

The seedlings may suffer a mild shock from the cold ground temperature, so to prevent this plant into raised beds. Make a shallow hole with a trowel and mix a diluted organic liquid fertiliser to help the plants get off to a good start. Now wait Transplanting and watch as your seedlings grow into beautiful Transplant into loose, well-aerated soil, as this will plants. hold moisture, drain well and allow the roots to penetrate easily. If possible, transplant your seedlings on an overcast day or late in the

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Chicken and mushroom pie A wholesome and hearty dish which provides a great way of using up leftover chicken. Using a bread mix is an easy way to produce a delicious crust without making pastry. Serves 8-12.

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10 to see in April Honour ; dir. Shan Khan; 4th April; Cert. 15 Starring: Aiysha Hart, Paddy Considine, Faraz Ayub A tense and hard-hitting British thriller in which an assassin is hired to kill a young Asian woman and boyfriend, who have disgraced her family, leading to a game of cat and mouse set in the urban jungle. Noah, in cinemas 4th April Noah ; dir. Darren Aronofsky; 4th April; Cert. PG Starring: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins Starring: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Thandie Newton, The biblical tale revisited, and re-realised with Joseph Mawle serious investment in CGI, and Russell Crowe Based on the best-selling novel by Chimamanda looking typically intense. A man who has visions Ngozi Adichie, 12 Years a Slave star Ejiofor of apocalyptic floods sets about building an ark helps tell the tale of the newly-formed Nigerian to preserve life on Earth. republic, and the Biafran War that followed

freedom from British rule. Rio 2 ; dir. Carlos Saldanha; 4th April; Cert. U Starring: Rodrigo Santoro, Anne Hathaway, Jesse The Last Days on Mars ; dir. Ruairi Robinson; 11th Eisenberg April; Cert. 15 Children and parents alike are invited back to Starring: Liev Schreiber, Elias Koteas, Romola the animated tropics as Blu, Jewel and their three Garai kids are thrown from the eponymous city to the Alien-esque stuff, where a group of astronauts Amazonian wilds, starting a new chapter in their posted at a Red Planet research station make a lives. startling discovery just hours before their scheduled return to Earth, with tragic and The Double ; dir. Richard Ayoade; 4th April Cert. terrifying consequences. 18 Starring: Sally Hawkins, Jesse Eisenberg, Mia The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ; dir. Marc Webb; Wasikowska 18th April; Cert. 15 Acclaimed young British director Richard Ayoade Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie follows up his stunning Submarine with an Foxx eccentric comedy about a man driven insane by Peter Parker returns to our screens, again played the appearance of his doppelganger. by the sharp-tongued Andrew Garfield, this time alongside a host of super villains created by the evil Oscorp, which threaten our hero and Half of a Yellow Sun ; dir. Biyi Bandele; 11th everyone around him. April; Cert. 15

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Rebel Without a Cause ; dir. Nicholas Ray; 18th genre is dead, three girls set about forming a April; 12A punk band in this wonderful, award-winning Starring: James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo coming-of-age yarn. This familiar classic looks better than ever on the After The Night ; dir. Basil Da Cunha; 24th April; big screen, with the archetypal tale of rebellious Cert. 18 youth originally released in 1955 here restored Starring: Pedro Ferreira, Joao Veiga, Nelson da to its true leather-jacket-wearing glory. Cruz We Are the Best! ; dir. Lukas Moodysson; 18th April; Cert. 15 Starring: Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin, Liv LeMoyne Despite the fact that they don't own any instruments and everyone in their class thinks the

Using local actors and improvised dialogue, this crime story from the streets of Lisbon sees a recently released ex-con wind up on the wrong side of a drug dealer he owes money to within 48 hours of getting out.

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Top Five City Breaks A short break abroad is the perfect way to indulge in inspiring museums and exciting new foods, and to experience different cultures. Choosing one of Europe's most fascinating cities, such as Istanbul or Berlin, can leave the soul refreshed and ready to face the world again.

With this in mind, luxury holiday specialist Cox & Kings have come up with their recommendations for five of Europe's perfect city breaks. Berlin From the Second World War to the division of east and west and the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall, Berlin has played a central part in modern European history. The city has developed into a hugely influential and vibrant hub offering exciting nightlife, superb restaurants and fascinating museums. Key sites to visit include the old Jewish quarter, the area around Hackescher Markt station which dates back to the 19th century, Brandenburg Gate, the old city's entrance and the Reichstag, the historic parliament building transformed by Lord Norman Foster. There are a multitude of bohemian cafes, contemporary bars and galleries that will captivate and keep you coming back for more. St Petersburg Founded by Peter the Great, this city is widely known as the window to the west. Neoclassical and Baroque influenced buildings interweave Russia's second largest city dubbed the Venice of the North for its palace-lined waterways. Fortunately the city escaped the architectural incursions of Stalinism, and its grandiose relics of the tsarist days are still enjoyed today. With more than three million works displayed, the State Hermitage museum is one of the world's largest and is highly recommended when visiting this

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imperial metropolis. Boasting an intriguing collection that ranges from oriental art, Russian culture and western European art, it's a culture vulture's paradise. Istanbul With one of the most famous skylines in the world, Istanbul has enjoyed more than four centuries of imperial patronage. From the Bosphorus strait that divides Asia and Europe, to the mosques and western influenced buildings, the city is the point where east meets west. Smells of shisha and apple tea fill the air, alongside the smell of mouth -watering chargrilled kebabs. Highlights include the magnificent Blue Mosque built during the reign of Ahmed I, the Ottoman sultans' Topkapi Palace and the former Orthodox basilica, Hagia Sophia. After a day of sightseeing visit one of the city's famous hammans for an authentic Turkish spa experience. Shopping is abundant at the Grand Bazaar with its maze of vivacious shops where you can practise your bartering skills and stock up on unusual spices at the nearby Spice Bazaar.

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Venice When Napoleon conquered this seductive city, he looked at the Piazza San Marco and called it the "drawing room of Europe". Whether exploring on foot or by boat, this romantic city is an inspiration with its grand palazzos, piazzas, magnificent courtyards and marbled churches. More than 800 years old, the Basilica di San Marco church is a Byzantine dream with its facade and interior features. A gondolier voyage on the canals is the perfect way to soak up Venice and immerse yourself in this historic city.

cafes, fashionable restaurants, upmarket boutiques and soothing spas. The Buda Castle quarter, a Unesco world heritage site, dates back more than 700 years and is a must-see on any visit. Sitting on the western side of the Danube river, the castle was once the residency of Hungarian royalty. Buda is home to the Banks of the Danube and Andrรกssy Avenue, the iconic Budapest boulevard that boasts a range of luxury boutiques. In addition, the area of Pest is filled with art nouveau buildings including the stunning Central Market Hall.

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Index Accountants TaxAssist..................................................................................17 Aerials Middleton Aerials...................................................43 Bathrooms Complete En-Suites...............................................12 Plumbline 24....................................................................28 Blinds Retail & Cleaning Archer Blinds...................................................................52 Sonic Kleen.........................................................................16 Building & Developments A King Roofing & Building.........................32 Collin Gibbins................................................................16 Mark Hyde Builders............................................46 Carpet/Furniture Cleaning Mr Hygenic.......................................................................33 Carpet Retail & Fitting Carpet Market............................................................11 Car Services & Maintenance Mills MOT Centre......................................................5 S Bolz..........................................................................................51 Swan Mill MOT Centre...............................42 Central Heating Blue Flame...........................................................................19 Kwik Plumb..........................................................................49 Vanguard...............................................................................33 Children’s Play Centre Running Wild....................................................................36 Chiropodists Beverley Calvert......................................................12 Chiropody Services.............................................42 Conservatory Roofs Your Choice...................................................................8+9 Decorators Russ Collier Decorators.................................40 Electricians DMS Electrical.............................................................41 John the Electrician....................................................3 NRG Electrical Engineers..........................21

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Finance Gail Hurst Dummett.............................................21 Fireplaces Hotprice...................................................................................13 Framing The Framing Shop...................................................25 Gardeners MRS Gardening........................................................32 Glass Specialists Cloudy 2 Clear...........................................................47 Middleton Glass.......................................................17 Handyman Sonic Kleen.........................................................................29 Hypnotherapists Emma Newman................................................................4 Jetwashing ADS Multiclean..........................................................43 Kitchens Andrew James Interiors.................................35 Eurostyle.......................................................................................1 Laminate Flooring Carpet Market............................................................11 Landscaping Fairways Landscaping..........................................4 Leather Cleaners Mr Hygenic.......................................................................33 Out of School Club Running Wild....................................................................36 Oven Cleaners The Ovencleaners..................................................28 Photographers Pixel Photography.........................19+26+38 Plasterers C Collins.................................................................................16 Plumbing Kwik Plumb..........................................................................49 Plumbline 24....................................................................28 Vanguard...............................................................................33 Water Under The Bridge............................31

Podiatrists Cosworth Podiatry.................................................33 Property Maintenance Vanguard...............................................................................45 Property Management Let’s Relocate..................................................................29 Pubs & Restaurants Hunt Lane Tavern..........................................................2 Roofing A King Roofing & Building.........................32 Crescent Roofing......................................................17 Security Services Advantage Alarms.................................................45 Solicitors Sedgwick Legal...........................................................18 Upholsterers Fitton Upholstery........................................................32 UPVC Cleaning Bright White......................................................................24 Windows Accurate Windows................................................15 AWC Windows...........................................................20 Crown Windows.......................................................41 Vista................................................................................................37 Your Choice...................................................................8+9 Wood Restoration Pro Polishers.....................................................................23

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