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Welcome to the November issue of Local People Macclesfield, ironically our biggest issue ever!! Anyway, last weekend I bought a camera. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know what all the buttons are for just yet (might have to go to Serendipityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s workshop, see Page 19) - but as I hurried around the town one lunchtime snapping here and there, I realised that one of the many wonderful things about living in Macclesfield is that from practically every place you stop and stare (and what is this life, if full of care, we have no time to stop and stare â&#x20AC;Ś.thank you W H Davies!), you can see the hills. Which personally, I find calming and uplifting whatever the season and indeed each season brings with it its own particular view and inspiration. If you feel the same, I suggest you take a look at the article and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;call to actionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on pages 31 and 32, which we have been asked to publish. It seems that these wonderful unobstructed views, amongst other things, could become a thing of the past if we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;wake upâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and take responsibility for our own surroundings and lovely town. One of our new advertisers this month told me that Local People was recommended to him by a reader - I would just like to say a big thank you to everyone who is so supportive and complimentary about Local People - it makes it all worthwhile!! Loads of community events taking place this month - why not read through our Community Section (itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s free for eligible groups to advertise their events here you know!) and get your diary sorted for November!! Christmas lights switch on will be Saturday 24th - things happening all day heralding the start of Winterfest. See all on offer on Page 11 and get tickets booked in time! What a read this month! All sorts to look at! Get that kettle on! Have a sparkler of a month!

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Seasonal Recipe Venison is a lean and flavoursome red meat which is in season from October through to February. For the best quality, buy from a trusted butcher or farmers’ market. This warming casserole is perfect for a weekend supper served with creamy mashed potato and a glass of full-bodied red wine. Place the venison in a bowl and pour over the wine. Add the juniper berries and bay leaves, cover and marinate in the fridge for 4-5 hours or overnight. Remove from the fridge 1 hour before starting to cook the casserole. Preheat the oven to 150ºC/300ºF/Gas Mark 2. Strain the venison from the red wine (reserving the wine). Heat half the oil and butter in a large flameproof casserole dish and fry the venison in 2-3 batches until browned all over, adding the rest of the oil and butter when necessary. Remove the venison with a slotted spoon and set aside. Add the onions to the casserole and fry for 6-7 minutes until golden, adding the garlic after 3 minutes. Sprinkle over the seasoned flour and fry for a further 1-2 minutes. Gradually stir in the wine and stock and bring to the boil, scraping any sediment from the base of the casserole. Add the venison, parsnips, carrots and half the thyme sprigs to the casserole and season with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Cover and cook in the preheated oven for 1½ – 2 hours until the venison and vegetables are tender. Remove from the oven and stir in the redcurrant jelly. Return the casserole, uncovered, to the oven for a further 20-30 minutes. Serve garnished with the rest of the thyme sprigs and with creamy mashed potato, if liked.

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A Local Resident writes for Local People â&#x20AC;Ś. This month, Debbieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s thoughts on that famous Macclesfield landmark,

108 Steps Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m always transported back into times of old when I walk down the â&#x20AC;&#x153;108 Stepsâ&#x20AC;?, and often wonder whether the cobblestones used for these steps had been taken from the River Bollin or nearby streams in the 15th century when these small rounded lumps of stones, called cobs, first appeared on the streets. I also wonder how women in the 16th century could climb up the steps in their long dresses and farthingales, frames made of whale bone or wood that were worn under dresses, and if they felt cold without any knickers on as 16th century women did not wear them. But then I think the bonnets they wore must have kept them warm instead! I also picture in my mindâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eye men walking proudly up the 108 snug--fitting buttoned Steps wearing flat hats with feathers and snug jackets called doublets which were covered by hiphip-length jackets that had no collars or sleeves and were belted round the waist, making the men look very noble indeed. And then I smile to myself when I imagine these noblemen wearing knee breeches knee--length stockings and think how fashion has worn over knee changed over the years. I can then see myself as a child and recall how I felt when I first looked up at the 108 Steps, and remember thinking how magical and scary they appeared because the steps just didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem to end â&#x20AC;Ś. And I picture myself as a 77-yearyear-old trying to run up the steps really quickly in one breath so my wish would come true, but I never managed to run up in one breath even though I still made my wish! And now as an adult, I am proud of the 108 Steps and love showing them to anyone who visits Macclesfield. Why? Because these wonderful steps have stood the test of time and remind me that Macclesfield has been around for a long time and it plans to be around for many more years to come. 

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The clocks have gone back and it’s time to turn thrifty. Let’s go back to the past and rediscover retro. We’ve selected some of the craftiest craft books that will have you feeling all warm and nostalgic in no time. With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s perfect timing. Remember: homemade gifts are for life, not just for Christmas. Make Do and Mend: Keeping Family and Home Afloat on War Rations Publisher: Michael O’Mara Duck the double-dip recession and take a leaf out of this reproduction 1940s instruction manual. If you’re planning a trip to Primark, think again; there may be some lost treasure in your wardrobe that can be transformed. This book is a lovely stroll down memory lane, with design ideas and simple instructions on making do with the homemade. You’ll certainly give more careful consideration to what pattern curtains you buy in the future.

The Complete Book of Retro Crafts: Collecting, Displaying & Making Crafts of the Past By Suzie Millions Publisher: Lark This book is like eating a FAB lolly while bouncing on a space hopper in a puff-ball skirt. It’s so retro it should be illegal. There are 40 projects with hints and tips on collecting and creating, ‘junking’ and hunting. Every charity shop and flea market will become a veritable treasure-trove. If quirky and old-school is your thing, then this book’s for you.

Kirstie’s Vintage Home Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton When does shabby become chic? Kirstie Allsopp knows. As we continue to embrace vintage pieces, she’s helping us to find inspiration in fabric, crafts and techniques. With tips and hints on how to find, restore and rejuvenate furniture and everyday objects, you’ll have everything you need to make sure you end up with a piece to treasure. The buzz-word of the day is ‘upcycling’, and we’re not talking the Tour de France.

Country Cottage Quilting: 15 Quilt Projects Combining Stitchery with Patchwork By Lynette Anderson Publisher: David and Charles Remember the movie ‘How to Make an American Quilt’? Well, our pick is more Antipodean than American. Australian designer Lynette Anderson has some beautiful ‘country cottage’ designs and shows you all the sewing and appliqué you’ll need to complete your own project. Just snuggling-up with the book and a cuppa will envelope you like…well, a big, fluffy quilt.

Crochet For Children By Claire Montgomerie Publisher: Cico Books The craft that modernity forgot is making a comeback and this book will hook your children. All the basics are covered and there are 35 mini projects for them to tackle, everything from scarves to teddy bears. It’s fun for all the family when you’re drying off in front of the fire on ‘bath night’. If you’re going seventies, then you may as well go the whole hog. Scrapbook Secrets By Kimber McGray Publisher: F and W The art of scrapbooking should not be restricted to French exchange trips and Brownies badge projects. In this digital age we’ve loosened our grip on the tangible. In ‘Scrapbook Secrets’, Kimber McGray shares her tips on how to turn your memories into a masterpiece by rediscovering the art of decoupage, collage and collecting. With step-by-step instructions, you’ll be able to preserve your most cherished memories and family history, incorporated into your own work of art. Throw out the digital camera and buy a glue stick and some glitter. Then…go nuts!


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Saturday November 17th An entertaining exploration of

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7 30pm Heritage Centre Roe Street Macclesfield

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Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a 35 year old Xbox lover, or a 12 year old Nintendo lover, being kept in depth with the latest gaming news is a must. The closure of the biggest game shop in Macclesfield â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; being shut earlier this year due to debt and not paying suppliers, has widened the gaming competition for some of the smaller shops selling games and shops like Argos, Tesco and Blockbuster trying to spread their wings wider to bring the customers to their stores. But with all this chaos of buying games on the high street, as well as price hikes, is it time to try a different approach with buying your games? This year, the gaming event E3 has showed us that in the next few months there are plenty of great titles to last us until the end of this year and far into 2013. And looking at the gaming industry now, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d usually go to your nearest Game specialist shop to pick up your new release title at a price which will leave some dent in your piggy bank, with most titles costing up to ÂŁ40. With money being tight, especially for us teenagers, not working, or earning only minimal money from part-time jobs, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in the need to save as much as we can. Yet we just cannot resist getting our hands on the latest games in Macclesfield. So how can we save money yet still buy games as well?



Online shopping. This is one of the best advantages of having the internet, to find the best deals and offers on the games weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve looked forward to for months. For example, on release day of any big title, you would expect to hand over around ÂŁ40 exactly by walking into Macclesfield town centre, heading to either a game retailer or a supermarket, and making your purchase. But, on the internet, you can search for the cheapest from the comfort of your sofa. Secondly, online shopping has no car usage, so no reason to pester Mum or Dad for a lift into Macclesfield. Just order your game from wherever you find the best deal, which should be shipped to arrive on the day of release. But beware that this will mean having to pester your Mum or Dad (again no doubt) for the use of their credit card, as you cannot pay simply with the cash burning a hole in your pocket! Another plus is the free postage most online stores offer, so youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got a little bit put aside already for that next new release! So, in store or online, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s up to you. Both have advantages and disadvantages, but for me personally there is still the thrill of going into a store and walking away with the new release in my hand. Others may disagree, and say shopping online gives them more gaming time! The choice is yours.

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Burning Desire! Boom! A firework display erupts in a cascade of colour and noise, marking summer in a tourist town. Whoosh! A rocket arcs into the night sky to celebrate a birthday, wedding or special anniversary. Nowadays there is hardly a single event – summer or winter – that doesn’t merit a pyrotechnic show at the end, complete with its crowd of spectators providing the obligatory ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’. So why does November 5th still hold such a special place in our hearts? It’s a fairly safe bet to say that the original reason for Bonfire Night – to commemorate the gory end of Jacobean terrorist Guido Fawkes and his fellow plotters – isn’t really on our minds these days when we celebrate the date. November 5th is one of those important times when young and old can come together – despite the dark and the cold winter weather – to enjoy a shared experience complete with its own traditions. Central to that ritual is the bonfire itself. The attraction of fire is hard-wired into our DNA. Some historians speculate that the activities we associate with Bonfire Night are actually borrowed from much earlier, pagan traditions and the dates certainly seem to fit. The ancient Celtic festival of Samhain began on October 31st (coincidentally our date for Halloween) and extended to the following day. At sunset on October 31st local villagers would assemble in order to build a giant bonfire, which then became the focal point of the event. The word ‘Samhain’ means “summer’s end” and communities came together both to thank the gods for the harvest and to help them face the long, dark months ahead. Ancient people also believed it was a time for contacting – and sometimes appeasing - the spirits of dead ancestors who might

lend a hand from the ‘other side’ to help the community through the challenges of winter. At the end of the celebration, each family would take a torch from the bonfire and bring it back to their home, where all fires had been deliberately extinguished the day before. These fires were then re-lit using the flame of the sacred bonfire: it was believed that if the fire went out, troubles would follow. This summer it has been interesting to observe a shadow of this practice in the rituals surrounding the Olympic torch – particularly the care that has been taken in preserving the flame throughout the national relays building up to the opening ceremony of the 2012 games. We consider that we belong to an enlightened and sophisticated society, so it is fascinating to observe the extraordinary pains taken by officials to ensure that the light originally sourced from the Temple of Hera at Olympia in Greece is not extinguished. Just as our ancient forefathers venerated the fire from the sacred Samhain bonfire, we treat the Olympic flame as a living being that must not be allowed to ‘die’ in case our hopes of success are extinguished with it. So next time you are standing round a November 5th bonfire – or even lying back in the bath, surrounded by a mass of flickering candles – you can reflect on our very human need to use fire as a bringer of hope and cheer. By Claudia Leaf


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Save £1,000 in a day By Martin Lewis

How much do you earn in a day? Is it over £1,000 after tax – if so, don’t bother reading this. For everyone else, taking a day to work through their finances could be the most lucrative day of the year. So here are my top ten things to try.

6. Cut credit card interest to 22 months 0%

To inspire you before we start, here’s a tweet I got from payattentionpls who tried it: “Saved £2,000+ switching card and £370 on internet, phone, TV. Gas and Elec next.”

The longest 0% deals right now are Barclaycard and Halifax, both offering accepted new cardholders 22 months 0%, though Barclaycard’s fee is lower at 2.9% of the amount transferred, compared with Halifax’s 3.5%. More info and options at www.mse.me/bts

1. “I got £338 back because I wash my work uniform”. If you wear a uniform to work, and that means anything from a simple logo’d polo shirt to full nurse’s attire, but have to pay to wash, repair or replace it yourself, you may able to reclaim cash in tax overpaid over the last six years. Often we’re talking about £60, but in some cases it can be much more. For full help on how to do it, see www.mse.me/uniforms 2. Free £100 for switching to top customer service bank Firstdirect.co.uk pays £100 if you switch to it. As it’s been head and shoulders winner in every customer service poll I’ve ever done, that’s a corker. Though it’s only for those with £22,800+ salaries or you’ll pay a fee. It’s also possible to get an extra £25 on top, full info at www.mse.me/bankaccounts Alternatively, the new Santander.co.uk 123 account charges £2 a month (plus you must pay in £500 a month), but pays 1-3% cashback up on bills like council tax, phone and utilities, plus if you have enough in it, gives up to 3% interest. This can add up to a serious whack for many, though, sadly, it regularly comes last in customer service polls. 3. Reclaim PPI for FREE The swamp of adverts on the TV may make you think you need a company to reclaim missold payment protection insurance on current or old credit cards, store cards or loans, but you can do it yourself easily and for free. Sometimes it only takes a phone call – and you may be entitled to £1,000s back.

If you’re racking up interest, get a NEW card balance transfer. It pays off other debts so you owe it instead, at a lower rate.

If you’re doing this, then there are a few rules to obey. Always clear the debt or shift it again before the 0% period ends or the rates jump to 17.9% representative APR. Never spend on these cards, as the spending isn’t at the cheap rate, and never miss a monthly repayment or you’ll likely lose the 0% deal. 7. Get £1,000s council tax rebate Up to 400,000 homes in England and Scotland are in the wrong bands. If you successfully challenge it, you could be due big money. One of my site users did this in February, and cut her bill to £350 year with a £2,470 rebate from when she’d moved in. To check, first compare your band to neighbours’ in identical or similar properties to see if it’s higher. Then work out roughly what your house was worth back in 1991, as that’s what the bands depend on. It’s much easier to do than it sounds – full help & free tools at www.moneysavingexpert.com/council 8. Try the back of the sofa cash challenge Research says over £40 million may be down the back of our sofas alone, never mind car seats, trouser pockets, old handbags, winter coats and more. So have a spring clean rummage and see what you find. If you are really lucky, there could be an old mobile, which you can flog it to the best payer by comparing mobile buying sites. 9. Easy £250 saved on gas & electricity.

Over £440m was paid out in December alone. If you’re not sure whether you had it, have lost the documents, or need help, both my PPI Reclaiming guide at www.moneysavingexpert.com/ppi and www.which.co.uk have free template letters to send off and FAQs.

This is dead easy. A typical home on standard bills pays £1,320 a year, the same on cheapest tariff £1,020 - so switch. Just go onto a Consumerfocus.org.uk approved comparison site to find the cheapest price.

4. Act now to slash the cost of summer spending abroad

10. Reclaim £100s in lost Tesco vouchers

Most credit & debit cards add a hidden 3% load, so spend £100 worth of euros and it’ll cost £103. Though the extra isn’t broken out on your statement.

Many lose or forget ‘em. But it’s now easy to claw back unused vouchers and only takes a couple of minutes. You’ll need to go to Tesco Clubcard online and enter your details to access your account. Click on ‘Your vouchers’ on the left-hand side column and you should see a table listing the vouchers you still have to spend.

There are four load-free credit cards: Halifax Clarity, Post Office, Saga (over 50s) or Select (for Nationwide FlexAccount holders ONLY) that give PERFECT rates worldwide. So pocket one of these for spending abroad, pay it off in full and you get perfect exchange rates. If you fail to repay each month (not worth bothering with if you will), you’ll be charged between 11.9% and 16.9% representative APR depending on the card. 5. Reclaim £1,000s of forgotten savings, investments and premium bonds There are billions of pounds sitting in forgotten accounts – may be yours or a relative’s. For old bank accounts, savings and premium bonds, use the free www.mylostaccount.org.uk . For pensions, it’s The Pension Service, unit trusts the Investment Management Association, and investment trusts The Association of Investment Companies.

These can be printed off for used in-store or online. I’ve come across people who got back hundreds of pounds of vouchers. Free TicketySplit app slashes train fares Train split ticketing gives massive legal savings on scores of routes, even though you travel on the SAME TRAIN at the SAME TIME. Eg, a Solihull to Reading single costs £47. Yet the train stops at Banbury, so instead buy Solihull to Banbury & Banbury to Reading tickets, and it costs just £23, saving £24. The problem’s been finding when this trick works ... until now. Download my new TicketySplit Lite iPhone app in the Apple App store or bookmark the http://splitticket.moneysavingexpert.com/ site on your mobile. Tell it your journey, and it tells you where to split and the saving. This first incarnation doesn’t cover advances or returns, only ‘today tickets’. Always check their prices too, as often they’re cheaper.


Do you know what’s planned for Macclesfield? Plans are well advanced for a huge retail development in Macclesfield town centre. The development would be three times the size of the retail space at Lyme Green. The plan puts both existing town centre businesses and our unique heritage at risk, and make no economic sense at a time when national chains are closing stores all over the country. The plans involve: 

Building on popular town centre car parks and destroying trees and green space, rather than using existing buildings and derelict land.

Creating a new, separate shopping street aimed at national retailers, plus a six-storey department store at the furthest point from the current town centre.

Building a large multi-storey car park that would dominate the historic Park Green Conservation Area, the old Registry Office, the Silk Museum, and the skyline.

The development would turn Macclesfield into a building site for years, with noise, dust, heavy construction traffic and road closures making the town an unpleasant place to be and harming trade. This is NOT just another idea that won’t see the light of day. Councillors are due to decide on the plans in February next year.

Find out more overleaf wakeupmacc.org.uk


The Wilson Bowden scheme is wrong for Macclesfield because: 

It is based on outdated projections that don’t take account of the fact that online shopping and the recession mean fewer people now shop in town centres.

It moves activity and car parking away from the top of the town and puts existing businesses at risk.

National retailers are no longer setting up new stores in small towns; neither are big names enough to bring people to a town. Stockport has plenty, but still has more empty retail space than Macclesfield and struggles to attract footfall. The most likely scenario is that businesses we already have will move into the new street and leave empty premises behind them.

If take up for the new units is low, Macclesfield could become a permanent building site. Similar projects elsewhere have been started and abandoned because not enough retailers have signed up to make the scheme viable. Even if there are enough takers, construction would last for years. Now is not the time to put Macclesfield’s fragile recovery at risk by starting a major construction project that will reduce numbers coming into the town.

It provides for only five new houses, when Cheshire East say we will need 3,500 and are looking to build on the countryside around the town.

It does not fit in any way with Macclesfield’s historic and architectural heritage. The design is cheap and bland, typical of failing clone towns across the UK.

ACT NOW 1. For more information and to find out about actions you can take, go to wakeupmacc.org.uk, or call 07400 816272. Final designs are expected to be made public shortly. If you sign up on the website or let us have your contact details, we will at that point send you a template objection letter with specific wording that will carry weight under planning law. 2. Follow us at www.facebook.com/WakeUpMacc, and @wakeupmacc on Twitter. 3. Register your objection now, using the wording below. Post or hand in your objection to the Chief Planning Officer, Cheshire East , Town Hall, Macclesfield.SK10 1DP ————————————————————————————————————————— Planning Applications 12/1212M & 12/1213M - I the undersigned object to the above planning applications on the grounds they are not in accordance with current Local Plan Policies and the National Planning Policy Framework on Sustainable Communities. Name.................................................................Address........................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................


Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on in our community â&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś. Saturday 3rd November

Macclesfield Library 10am to 12noon

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON

BOOK SIGNING Macclesfield Town Centre by Rhona Marshall MBE, Saturday 24th November who heads up at 4.30pm the Christian Relief Uganda Charity in with visit from Father Christmas. Uganda of her book Entertainment going on all day long â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Call, The Cost, The Choiceâ&#x20AC;?. 10am - 6pm - take a look at ******* www.winterfestmacclesfield.com for all the details HALL AVAILABLE ******* TO HIRE Events at Macclesfield Scout Hall, West Bond Street Conservative & Social Club Macclesfield ÂŁ10 per hour Telephone 01625 612913 or email susanhenderson@hotmail.com *******

MUMS AND TOTS

group for parents/carers and their pre-school aged children. Bosley St Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School Hall Wednesdays in term time 9.30am until 11.30am All welcome - drop in for a coffee, chat and a play! ********

BETTYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;CHRISTMASâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BINGO Friday 7th December Gawsworth Scout Hall Eyes Down at 7.45pm Fun for all the family!

West Bank Road, Macclesfield, SK10 3BT

9th November

Charity Night

in aid of Teenager Cancer Trust Two live bands plus raffle prizes. All proceeds to Christieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Saving Lives of Young People with Cancerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Tickets ÂŁ3 - Doors open 7.30pm Friday 23rd November

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Night of Soul and Motown Doors open 7.30pm Tickets ÂŁ10, including on the night Telephone 01625 422177 Sunday 11th November

Car Boot Sale

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Macclesfield Heritage Centre Roe Street, SK11 6UT

Events in December Saturday 1st December

Christmas Makers Day

Demonstrating crafts and techniques perfect for creating a unique Christmas gift or decorations for the home. Also shopping!! Includes demonstrations by spinners, weavers, knitters, ceramists, wood turners, card makers and many more. £1 entry 10am - 3pm

Saturday 8th December at 2pm

Victorian Wedding Costume historian Gillian Stapleton will be present a ‘Grand

Victorian Wedding’

at the Heritage Centre, creating a unique presentation of how a Victorian Wedding would have looked. Followed by a Festive Tea in the Mulberry Tree Café. £5 per person.

Saturday 22nd December

Victorian Christmas and Christmas Crafts

Come and see Father C in the Christmas Cottage before joining in with Christmas Crafts. Make Christmas Tree decorations, Christmas crackers, moving Father Christmas models and Victorian boxes. Craft Sessions running throughout the day. Free entry. *******

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

by Macclesfield Male Voice Choir at Langley Methodist Church 7.30pm Admission £7 includes tea or coffee

Remember the ‘Piaf’ concert from Barnaby 2011? The same company are giving a local performance at the Audley Theatre, Stoke, on Thursday 15th November. Tickets £10, to book ring 01782 823668 or accordions@northstaffsaccordionclub.co.uk *******

Friday 30th November

CONCERT

by Stockport Accordion Club, Orchestra and Band in aid of EAST CHESHIRE HOSPICE at Broken Cross Club, Macclesfield 7.45pm Admission £8 with special Guest Artiste, international virtuoso accordionist Fawcett-- Adriano. Pearl Fawcett For more information and tickets, contact John Jones on 07871 767708 *******

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Macclesfield Methodist Church Saturday 1st December Requiem - G FaurĂŠ Cantique de Jean Racine - G FaurĂŠ Guest Soprano - Margaret Ferguson Macclesfield Oriana Choir conducted by Keith Yearsley MBE Organist - Andrew Donaldson Tickets ÂŁ10 available from any choir member, or by ringing 01625 424 215. To be followed by mince pies and coffee in the Church Hall ******* Alderley Edge Afternoon Concert 24th November at 14.30 Alderley Edge Methodist Church Chapel Lane Adults ÂŁ6, Children ÂŁ1 To reserve tickets visit, www.aeorchestra.org.uk/ nextconcert.php Chopin - Piano Concerto No 1 Quilter - Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Overture Waldteufel - Skaterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Waltz Handel - Music for Royal Fireworks Britten - SoirĂŠes Musicales *******

QUIZ NIGHT

16th November To celebrate the First Birthday of CAP Macclesfield Proceeds to Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Debt Counselling 7.30pm @ The Silklife Centre George St, Macclesfield Admission ÂŁ5 per person (teams up to six people) Email: macclesfield@capuk.org *******

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Alderley Edge MIND BODY SPIRIT EVENT Sunday 2nd December

10am - 5pm ÂŁ3.50 entrance, ÂŁ3 concessions www.rosemarydouglas.com

Win tickets, see Page 4!! *******

Lions Youth Brass Band present a

Christmas Concert

in aid of St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church featuring

The Kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School Junior Choir

Friday 14th December Admission on door ÂŁ6 adults ÂŁ3 children Refreshments available

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Friends of Macclesfield Silk Heritage

MACCLESFIELD MYSTERY & FOLKLORE

In his talk, Doug Pickford will unfold the secrets and legends which have grown up around Macclesfield.

Wednesday 14th November

at 7.30pm in the Heritage Centre, Roe Street.

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The 38th African Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choir will be performing at Macclesfield Academy Park Lane on 30th November at 7.30pm - 9pm

Admission ÂŁ5 adults, ÂŁ3 children under 12

Free will offering on exit to help support Music for Life. Life.

Tickets available from 01625 425748 or 618263

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Christian Relief Uganda

QUIZ NIGHT

Saturday 24th November

Marlborough Primary, Tytherington 7.30pm for prompt 8pm start Max 6 to a team. Tickets ÂŁ7 each incl entrance fee and light supper from Rhona Marshall 01625 618319 ******* Arabian Nights Gala Dinner Dance Hollin Hall Hotel, Kerridge Saturday 24th November at 7.30pm 3 course dinner, Black Tie Grand Raffle, Dancing â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til midnight, ÂŁ35 per ticket in aid of St Pauls Church, Macclesfield Tables of 8 and 10 available Tel: 01625 572123 ******* RSPB Macclesfield local Group Thursday 8th November 1010 - 12noon COFFEE MORNING Gawsworth Methodist Comm Hall

Tuesday 13th November 7.45pm Senior Citizens Hall, Duke St

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Islay - Queen of the Hebridesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Talk by photographer, Gordon Yates

All welcome www.macclesfieldrspb.org.uk

THIS MONTH, WE HAVE HAD SO MANY LISTINGS REQUESTS THAT WE HAVE HAD TO HOLD SOME GENERAL ONES OVER UNTIL NEXT MONTH â&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś. Now, in short â&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś. Macclesfield Field Club Talk on Mon 26th November â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Underground Manchesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by Keith Warrender Tel: 01625 420364 for details

Macc Historical Society

Talk on 9th November â&#x20AC;&#x153;My Grandmother was a Suffragetteâ&#x20AC;? Macc Library @ 7.45pm More details from Sec on 01625 424045

Macc Guild & Chamber Trade Please ring Local People office

Macc Civic Society

Please ring 01625 424101 for details of next meeting Macclesfield Group Family History Society of Cheshire Next meeting 28th November â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Tudor Fairs & Festivals - a look at how people celebrated high & holy daysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by Tom Hughes 6th December Social evening More details from Dennis Whyte 01625 617557 www.fhsc.org.uk

  

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TECH SPEC

With very few exceptions - major sporting events, the X Factor and so on - the days when we all watched the same programmes at the same time are long gone: increasingly TV is something we record and watch later on. But what happens if you forget to record something, or something went wrong with the recording? Don’t despair, because it’s never been easier to turn back time.

How tech can stop you missing your favourite shows

Ones To Watch

We’re talking, of course, about catch-up TV: the sites and services that enable you to watch programmes that have already been broadcast. The best-known service is the BBC’s excellent iPlayer (www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer), which you can use to ensure you never miss an episode of Newsnight or EastEnders, and which is available not just for computers but for games consoles too. There’s also an app to watch iPlayer programmes on an iPhone or iPad. One of the great things about iPlayer is that it doesn’t just cover BBC One: there’s also the entertainment channel BBC 3, the arts channel BBC 4 and the children’s channels cBBC and cBeebies - which is really handy if the only thing that’ll calm the kids is a quick blast of In The Night Garden. Programmes are usually available immediately after broadcast, and they remain online for a week. The BBC isn’t the only major broadcaster offering catch-up TV. ITV has the ITV player (www.itv.com/ itvplayer), Channel 4 has 4oD (www.channel4.com/

programmes/4oD) and Channel Five has Demand Five (www.channel5. com/demand5). Like the BBC’s iPlayer they enable you to watch the last week of programming and they’re also available as apps for mobile phones and tablets, although unlike BBC iPlayer they include advertising as well as programming. For an easy way to search across all the broadcasters’ catch-up services, check out www.timefortelly. co.uk, a search engine for British catch-up TV. Sky’s catch-up services are subscriber-only: if you’re a Sky customer you can access Sky Go at go.sky. com. Catching up via computers, phones or tablets is very handy, but what about using your TV? If you’re with Virgin Media or Sky you can access catchup TV via your cable or satellite box, although you need a specific kind of box: with Virgin you need a Virgin Media TiVo, which gives you the BBC iPlayer, 4oD and ITV’s Net Player, and with Sky you need a broadband-connected Sky+ box to access its Sky Anytime+ service. It’s

a similar story with BT Vision: customers with a Vision+ box can access catch-up TV as part of their package.

Freeview can do catch-up TV too: most Freeview HD TVs are Smart TVs, which means they can access BBC’s iPlayer if they’re connected to the internet, and many Freeview+ HD recorders can do the same. If you don’t have the hardware, however, you might want to buy something newer and more interesting: the new digital TV service YouView (www.youview.com) offers all the broadcasters, not just the BBC. For example, the Humax DTR-T1000 digital TV recorder gives you Freeview+ HD and YouView for a subscriptionfree of £279.95. Its 500GB hard disk gives you up to 300 hours of recording time. YouView’s on-demand and catch-up services make it one to watch, but if you’re considering it, it’s important to ensure your internet service is up to the job: YouView uses your internet connection to download programmes, so make sure your ISP account doesn’t have a small monthly data transfer limit.


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Corner DISPLAY CABINET in medium oak £100 WRITING DESK/BUREAU in solid medium oak £150 MAGAZINE RACK/OCCASIONAL TABLE in medium oak £75 Quality solid medium oak NEST OF TABLES/COFFEE TABLE £150 MINI HI FI component system £45 3 arm BRASS EFFECT CEILING LIGHT x 2 £15 each Tel: 01625 428 784

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TRAMPOLINE 13 foot with enclosure, good condition £70 Tel: 01625 440 059 KEYBOARD Casio SA-65 37 keys, as new £10 INKJET PRINTER Epson SX115 including almost new cartridges, perfect condition £10 SKIS Rossignol G7 205cm with Salomon 957 bindings, including Blizzard poles and bag £25

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PRIORY DINING ROOM SUITE + 4 chairs £100 2 SEATER SETTEE emerald green Dralon £150 BED SETTEE £50 All in excellent condition

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6ft Fibre optic CHRISTMAS TREE perfect working order £60 Commemorative GEORGE BEST framed with Man U info £ 5 note, great present for Man U fan £ 25 Modern Pine DROP LEAF TABLE with 4 chairs stored inside, great for extra table at Christmas £95 ASUS COMPUTER with 19inch flat screen, wireless keyboard and mouse, also printer ( wired) £ 125 Set of 3 DRAWERS for office use £ 12 Wireless KEYBOARD £ 5 Glass top OVAL COFFEE TABLE - shelf underneath £ 20 SAMSUNG Q1 TABLET - with windows - screen 5 x 6 inch can use as touchscreen or keypad £ 40 Tel: 07766 590 383

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Macpac BABY/CHILD CARRIER £10 Pink SMART TRIKE £10

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2. TRAVEL COT in excellent condition: £15 4. HIGH CHAIR & TRAY (attaches to a chair) £15 Tel: 07963 302 456

FORD FOCUS 5 DOOR HATCHBACK 1.6 LX 1998 S reg. 75,000 miles, 2 careful owners. £650 1. 2. 4.

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Britax Eclipse CAR SEAT, ideal for grandparents car, clean, hardly used. [Mothercare £129] £25 Lindam opening STAIR GATE, hardly used, £10 3. Adjustable DOG GUARD fits most cars, never used. 5 DOG CAGE, used twice, small/medium dog £20 Tel. 07717 176 190

TV / MEDIA UNIT Dark slate grey from Caxton Furniture New Media design range. No flat pack assembly required. Buyer to collect. RRP £199, selling for £45 Tel: 07810 550 982 LEATHER THREE-SEATER SOFA £200 AND TWO SEATER SOFA £150 Dark chocolate brown with light coloured wooden feet. Two-seater measures 140cm W, 87cm D, 85cm H. Three-seater measures 182cm W, 89cm D , 82cm H. Please note that this sofa has a broken spring. Buyer to collect only. Tel: 07525 061540 1. 2.

Large SOLID PINE DINING TABLE with chunky turned legs and 6 chairs, really useful piece of furniture. £100 ono Yew veneer bow fronted hi fi or general storage CABINET, good condition but needs a little tlc £30 ono Tel: 01625 434 069

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1. 2 wicker CONSERVATORY CHAIRS ÂŁ50 2. Phillips 30â&#x20AC;? TV ÂŁ50 3. Single PINE BED ÂŁ30 4. Carl Lewis EXERCISE BIKE ÂŁ10 5. Round TABLE 35â&#x20AC;? diameter with carved base and 3 beech SPINDLE CHAIRS ÂŁ40 6. Square KITCHEN TABLE 26â&#x20AC;? x 26â&#x20AC;? AND 2 RUSH SEATED CHAIRS ÂŁ40 7. Single PINE WARDROBE ÂŁ20 8. 4 drawer PINE UNIT 18â&#x20AC;? x 18â&#x20AC;? x 30â&#x20AC;? ÂŁ15 9. Small PINE DESK - free with the wardrobe! 10. Large 2.7m Collins and Hayes Oberon CREAM SOFA AND CHAIR - offers invited. All items for sale due to house move. Collect only from Macclesfield. Tel: 01625 827 312 1. 2.

Complete set of WIND IN THE WILLOWS PLATES. Individually boxed. ÂŁ60 Childrens FISHING TACKLE outfit. 2 rods, 2 reels, tackle, etc, in a tidy box. ÂŁ8.50

Tel: 01625 433 527

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Kitchen/dining CHAIRS Solid beech, flat back. 4 available ÂŁ10 each. PINE BOOKCASE 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, 2 adjustable shelves ÂŁ30 REEBOK EXERCISE STEP 3 height adjustments ÂŁ25 Buyer collect

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AUTOMATIC BED single size. Paid ÂŁ800, sell for ÂŁ350 ono.

Tel: 01260 273 410

NOSTALGIC MUSIC CENTRE Plays records, radio, CD and tape. Old fashioned wood. Still in box. ÂŁ35 ono. Tel: 01625 266 616 Raleigh â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;FIZZERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BOYS BIKE, green with 16â&#x20AC;? wheel. ÂŁ20

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SILVER TV STAND ÂŁ15 FOOTBALL GAME TABLE on legs ÂŁ10 ROUND CHIPBOARD TABLE ÂŁ6 LARGE SUITCASE on wheels ÂŁ8

BEDROOM FURNITURE SET suitable for boy/teenager Blue and pine colour - reasonable condition - comprised of three sliding door WARDROBE with four drawers at bottom and shelves down one side, CORNER UNIT for TV, games, etc with two side cupboards for CDs, DVDs etc, DESK with two drawers and shelves underneath, DRAWER UNIT with two small ones at top and five underneath. ÂŁ120 for whole lot, will sell separately. Buyer to collect. Tel: 01625 618225 CHRISTMAS TREE 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Slimline, ex Marks and Spencer complete with a box of decorations, tinsel, etc. ÂŁ40 Tel: 01625 428 678 1. 3. 5. 7.

Corona SLOW COOKER ÂŁ10 HALOGEN HEATER ÂŁ10 Pacific BREAD MAKER ÂŁ10 CAR KETTLE ÂŁ5

2. STEAM IRON ÂŁ3 4. Hinari HOME BAKE BREAD MAKER ÂŁ10 6. KENWOOD FROTHY ÂŁ5 Tel: 01625 616 320

FURLA BLACK SMOOTH LEATHER KEYHOLE TOTE BAG Two leather handles and fastens with a zip and additional loop over a large silver metal button. The leather has the Furla logo embossed. 16â&#x20AC;? wide x 9â&#x20AC;? long. Excellent condition. ÂŁ40 ono. Tel: 01625 439 230 1. 2. 3. 4.

MICROWAVE OVEN WITH GRILL 800w. Hardly used. Stainless steel with mirrored door. H10.5" L18.5" D13-14" ÂŁ50 STAINLESS STEEL plant pots, outdoor, three, new & unused, approx 20â&#x20AC;? high, tapered. ÂŁ5 each Wrought iron BLACK CHANDELIER, new in box ÂŁ20 Opera WALLPAPER beige background with black flowers, unopened, changed mind! 9 rolls ÂŁ8 per roll Tel: 07910 134 939

Two door ILLUMINATED DISPLAY CABINET with cupboards beneath. Excellent unmarked condition. ÂŁ50 Tel: 01625 426 274



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EPNS Sheffield Silver CUTLERY, 44 pieces, full set in a wooden canteen, all in very good condition and hardly used. £70 Kenyan sisal woven SHOULDER BAGS, beautiful and well made. Never used, one large with leather trim, (blues and white) £16 and one small one (browns and white) £12. Indian WOVEN RUG, 35”x 57” inches. Beautiful but unused as colours do not match décor. Pale blue, pale aqua green and pale mauve geometric design on a white ecru background. £18 New CURTAINS, £60 for pair, paid more than double! Drop 54 inches x width 80inches, Ecru/white background with pale brown and beige leaf embroidery, beautifully made, sadly wrong for décor so having to sell. Tel: 0752 881 2566 or 01625 500 042

CREAM THREE SEATER SOFA and CHAIR Excellent condition, buyer to collect. £100 Tel: 01625 869 827 or 07950 172 301 1.

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Genuine Vintage American diner style DROP LEAF TABLE. Chrome legs & trim, grey formica top. 36ins x 24 ins open, 20 ins x 24 ins with leaves dropped. Height 30 ins. Ideal for small kitchen. Few little marks but good condition for unique item bought in USA (by my parents) 60 years ago! £50 1980's/1990's METAL HAMMER MAGAZINES - 85 magazines + various supplements & posters. Also 'Heavy Metal' book (1992) & Guns & Roses World Tour 1992 booklet. £15 Tel: 01625 431 182

QUALITY 3 PIECE SUITE AND FOOTSTOOL comprising 3 seater sofa, 2 armchairs and matching storage footstool. Good condition. £180 Tel: 01625 426 274 1. 2. 3. 4.

Carved ebony SIDE TABLE with 2 side pieces £20 Tall brass LAMP STAND with Harvey Nichols silk shade Upholstered FENDER STOOL on castors 38cm high £35 Marble LAMP STAND AND SHADE £15

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MITSUBISHI VIDEO TAPE RECORDER HiFi NTSC Video Tape Recorder/Player Nicam Digital Stereo. Including Remote Control and Instruction Manual. Perfect Working Order. £20 Tel: 01625 420 217 or 07761 546 614 Record bench MORTICER and Makita CORDLESS DRILL £50

Tel: 07925 680 063

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DOLLS PRAM, Cositoes & Carrying Seat £15 Boxed Set 21 RAINBOW MAGIC FAIRY BOOKS As new £12 Morphy Richards Fastbake BREADMAKER, Stainless Steel £20 FAX/PHONE Panasonic UF-V60 £10

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Sturdy SNOOKER/POOL TABLE 2ft 6 x 4ft 10 comes complete with full set of snooker balls and pool balls, two rests, two cues and chalk. Foldaway legs for easier storage. Excellent condition £50 TABLE TENNIS TABLE to suit younger children. 2ft 2 x 4ft 4 when open – folds in half for storage. Sits on table or free standing. Comes complete with two bats, balls and net. Totally portable and self contained. Good condition £20 Tel: 01625 615607

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Zanussi DE4554 SLIMLINE DISHWASHER (silver) £95 Brown Chenille 3 seater SOFA (87cm D X 208cm W X 66cm H) £160 ovno PINE WARDROBE (80cm D X 80cm W X 150cm H)- £20 Sharp HDMI LCD TV (LC-26PSOE) 22" Screen £70 ovno 1 x floor & 1 x table LAMP £10 both Pale blue polka dot, roman blackout BLIND (84cm W X 150cm H) £15 Floral ROMAN BLIND - (76cm W X 100cm H) £15 Tel: 01625 613371 or 07850 279 754 2 x Victorian bedroom CAST IRON FIREPLACES (painted) £40 each

Tel: 01625 428787

SONY TV KDL 40” X2000U TELEVISION with built-in Freeview plus external Freesat HD Decoder. All documentation/ operating/set up instructions available. Only 5 years old, totally excellent condition. £350 Tel: 01625 613 826

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BODY SHOP BAMBOO BRUSH ROLL GIFT SET Black bamboo roll with blue satin lining and internal flaps, containing five natural hair makeup brushes (smudger, lip/concealer, eyeshadow, brow and lash comb, blusher), each brush individually wrapped, plus space for two more brushes. Brand new with tag ÂŁ10 Tel: 01625 616 319 4 - SEATER SOFA Coffee coloured, twin electric recliners (one at each end) with lifetime guarantee on each recliner. Recently professionally cleaned. Viewings welcome. Buyer to collect. ÂŁ250 ono. Tel: 0771 715 2415 WANTED Teak TV and Video Corner Unit 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tel: 01625 423 784

RADLEY HANDBAG Pale blue, small, approx 9"x7". Orange Radley leather dog attached. One zipped compartment. One side compartment with press fastener ÂŁ30 RADLEY SHOULDER BAG Small, cream. Approx 10"x4". Coloured button detail on one side. One zipped compartment. Cream Radley dog attached. ÂŁ15 MISS SIXTY SANDALS. Size 5 unworn, still with price tag. Red kitten heel, red trim. Denim crossover on top. Cost ÂŁ65, will accept ÂŁ30 Dorothy Perkins SHOES Size 5. Black satin, 4" heel, peep toe ÂŁ5 Tel: 01625 426 156

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ARTISTS STUDIO Wooden standing Italian Easel ÂŁ30 ion LP 2 CD - TURNTABLE with built in CD recording, no computer needed. Transfers your records to CDs. Hardly used. ÂŁ130 Tel: 01260 252 218

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Two wooden VENETIAN SLATTED BLINDS by Hillarys. Each measuring 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; wide with a drop of 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. All fixtures and fittings included in excellent condition. ÂŁ60 for both. Epiphone PR7EN ACOUSTIC GUITAR with case. Cut away body, solid spruce top, shadow pickup and preamp. Colour natural. Lovely instrument for a discerning guitarist. ÂŁ250 Tel: 01260 252 237

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10FT CIRCULAR TRAMPOLINE, blue. Good condition, ÂŁ50 Tel: 01625 422 785 CORBY TROUSER PRESS in excellent condition. ÂŁ10

Tel: 07988 933 011

POWER OPERATED EASY CHAIR made by ROYAMS. Relax, lie back and helps you out of a chair. In excellent condition. Richly upholstered in gold cloth. ÂŁ145 Buyer to collect. Tel: 01260 252 680 Basic WINDSURFING HARNESS with lines. ÂŁ10 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2.

Tel: 01625 434 423

VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.8 SXi, 51 plate, 79K miles, silver 5 door hatchback, 11months MOT, 5months tax, reliable runner. ÂŁ1200 ono Ikea FILING DRAWER PEDESTAL birch effect, 2 drawers + filing drawer (60cm H x 50cm D x 40cm W) ÂŁ20 Round GLASS COFFEE TABLE 50cm diameter ÂŁ20 Dell DESKTOP PC + 19inch MONITOR, Pentium 1.86GHz, 80GB hard disk, 2 GB RAM, keyboard, webcam ÂŁ100 Mothercare Beech PLAYBEAD COT ÂŁ25 SONY surround sound DVD PLAYER 5 speakers + sub ÂŁ30 Reclaimed CHESHIRE BRICKS, generally good quality, perfect for garden approx. 1000 ÂŁ50 Tel: 07884 182 618 GENERATIONS FAMILY TREE GRANDE SUITE 8.0 Software to research and create family trees. Contains 20 CDs, user manual and two â&#x20AC;&#x153;How toâ&#x20AC;? books, plus 3 other software products. Windows 98/95/XP. ÂŁ10. SUYAMA MJ7C 17â&#x20AC;? LCD PC MONITOR Internal speakers. Includes power cable, VGA cable, audio cable and manual. Perfect working order. Response time: 8-12 ms; Colours: 16.7 million; Resolution: 1280x1024. ÂŁ10. Tel: 01625 614 664

SOLID WOOD DESK 51â&#x20AC;? long x 24â&#x20AC;? wide x 28â&#x20AC;? high ÂŁ50 Tel: 01625 613 439 (evenings) or 07941 681 904



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Weider XR530 EXERCISE BIKE with built in computer £30 Tschibo Free arm SEWING MACHINE 24 stitch programme. Used once only. Still in original packaging with instructions etc. £40 Collect from Macclesfield. Tel: 01625 511 497 or 07780 660 723

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Carved ebony SIDE TABLE with 2 side pieces £20 Tall brass LAMPSTAND with Harvey Nichols silk shade £30 Upholstered FENDER STOOL on castors 38cm high £35 MARBLE LAMP STAND and shade £15 Tel: 01937 572 714 (items in Tytherington)

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Britax Asis Eclipse SI CAR SEAT 9 mths - 4 years £30 Mothercare framed BACK CARRIER 6 mths - 3 years £40 DOUBLE BUGGY £70 4. SINGLE BUGGY £35 TRAVEL COT £30 Tel: 07717 828 137 or 01625 402 490

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Arighi Bianchi SOLID PINE DRESSING TABLE with 4 drawers on either side L54” H30” D17” Good condition £100 ono Small DINING TABLE with 4 CHAIRS, metallic silver frame. L43” W27.5” £25 ono Girls Cerise PINK BIKE TROJAN AIR FLEX 17” frame £35 ono Tel: 01625 618 311

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Zanussi ELECTRIC COOKER with double oven, ceramic jobs, electronic timer. Stainless steel finish. 500mm wide. Very good condition. £100 Tel: 01625 427 297 1. 2. 3.

Brass LOG BOX £10 Black/brass COAL BUCKET £15 Brass/copper COMPANION SET £10

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Mamas & Papas 3-WHEELER PRAM. Beige and red with foot muff. Immac condition. Hardly used. £80 ono CONSERVATORY FURNITURE 2 seater plus 1 chair. Cream cushions. Exc condition. £150. Tel: 07795 073 719

Tel: 01625 429 205 4. Copper/brass COAL BUCKET £15

One PAIR OF CURTAINS Drop 54”, width 136” each curtain. Colour gold and terracotta. Made at Bubblitex. £30 ono. Tel: 01625 420 986 Days Escape FOLDING WHEELCHAIR. Exc condition, hardly used. Cost £295, will accept £100 ono. Tel: 01625 428 630 New Harveys RECLINING LARGE SOFA in light brown velvet chenille. Can be separated for ease of delivery. Bargain @ £275. Tel: 07951 715 645 1. 2. 3. 4.

Mothercare Rainforest PLAY GYM in good condition. £5 Cream MARBLE HEARTH and BACK £15 Mothercare Precious Bear COT BUMPER £3 4. Baby Bjorn CARRIER in good condition £10 Mamas & Papas BABY SNUG SEAT GREEN in excellent condition. £20 ono Tel: 07834 868 638

Original WATERCOLOUR PAINTINGS 8” x 10” £3.50 each. Mainly country cottages, scenes, seaside etc and more. Tel: 01625 612 772 1. 2.

Mamas & Papas CHILD CAR SAFEty seat Black & Grey Group I, 9kg - 18kg, 9months - 4 years approx. Compelte with instructions, seat insert and car seat protector. No stains. £30. Vax 2400 Performance Pets CYLINDER VACUUM CLEANER Purchased 2007, never used. Still in original packaging. £45 Tel: 01625 610 581

Rectangular GLASS AQUARIUM complete with filter, heater, air pump and fluorescent light. Oak base containing all the electric controls. Oak top with hinged lid containing the light and splash cover. H 53cm, W 47cm, D 26cm. £80 ono Tel: 01625 423 710 1. 2.

Full sized YAMAHA ACOUSTIC GUITAR with soft cvase and 3 tutor books. Exc condition £60 WOODNOTE TENOR RECORDER with soft case. Exc condition. Hardly used. £10 Tel: 01625 829 280

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3 section ALUMINIUM DROP DOWN LOFT LADDER. Shoot bolt fastening for safety use and handrail. Guard rails for the top and spring catch hatch. ÂŁ65 Tel: 01625 421 785 1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

LOUNGE CURTAINS, various patterns. 86â&#x20AC;? drop. ÂŁ35 per pair. CONSERVATORY BLINDS, 50â&#x20AC;? DROP. Various lengths. ORANGE BROADBAND BOX ÂŁ5 4. Wireless BROADBAND ROUTER ÂŁ20 New BIKE (blue) ÂŁ50 6. Brown and gold DOUBLE QUILT COVER and 2 pillow slips ÂŁ8 Various PAVING STONES etc ÂŁ20 the lot Tel: 01625 433 203 or 07852 920 381

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22 NOVELS by Lyn Andrews

2. 7 NOVELS by Rebecca Shaw ÂŁ20 the lot or ÂŁ1.25 each Tel: 01625 422 779

CASIO KEYBOARD JK631 with stand and carrier bag. ÂŁ50

Tel: 01625 431 846

DIMPLEX AIR PURIFIER As new, boxed. ÂŁ40

Tel: 01260 253 868

1. 3 INTERIOR FLUSH DOORS ÂŁ1 each, good condition. 1. 2. 3.

2. EXTENSION LADDER ÂŁ10

Mothercare PRAM & PUSHCHAIR TRAVEL SYSTEM. Includes car seat. ÂŁ90 Mothercare 2-positioned CARRIER Birth - 12 months. ÂŁ10 BOUNCING CRADLE ÂŁ12

Tel: 01625 260 502

Tel: 07717 828 137

10 BROCKLEHURST SILK PICTURES plus a 1985 CALENDAR. Prices range from about ÂŁ40. Please contact Local People office for further details. BEKO REFRIDGERATOR 21â&#x20AC;? x 19â&#x20AC;? x 33â&#x20AC;? Good condition. Buyer to collect. ÂŁ50

Tel: 01625 432 335

HEN HOUSE with run and feed dish suitable for up to 8 hens, just 18 months old, cost ÂŁ330 new. ÂŁ200 ono. Tel: 01625 431 226 or 07880 693 686

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Optician 49 Armchair Opticians Ovens 53 Green Man oven cleaning Hanson oven cleaning 22 Painter & Decorator Craig Brocklehurst 52 KBS 52 Taylor'd 29 Catherine Wiltshire 19 Patios & Driveways John Brierley 50 Pets 50 Andrea's Cat watch Plasterer 48 M&T Maintenance D Moss Plastering Services 29 Plumbing & Drains DG Plumbing & Heating 17 Loggenberg Plumbing 53 Macclesfield Drainage NL Plumbing 12 Gary Wellington 52 Roofing Aquadry Rubber 19 J&A Roofing Contractors R E Armitt 63 Harewood 49 Worth Property Solutions 47 Rubbish Removal 45 JV Services Slimming 41 Lighter Life 41 Solar Power 52 brill energy 38 Solicitor 53 Jobling Gowler Thorneycroft 19 Taxation 19 GMS Bookkeeping Many Happy Returns 15 Taxi 8 Silvertown Taxis 21 Telephone Engineers Tiler M&T Maintenance 19 Dave Wilson Toys 41 Kooky Toy Xchange Travel Agent 49 Bilyana Travel Trees 20 Cheshire Tree Felling 18 Ward & Wagster Windows 41 EcoWindows & Glazing The Window Repair Centre 21 Worktops 17 Black Sheep 17 Miscellaneous Gawsworth Hall 52 Pack Horse Bowling Club 17 Winterfest

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WELCOME TO ASPECTS Your local independent retailer of fabulous, quality furniture. Customers come back to us again and again for our friendly service and genuine quality. Come down and take advantage of our Autumn offers today...

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15-17 Mill Lane, Macclesfield, SK11 7NN Opening times: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm Free parking at rear on Lowe Street. Tel: 01625 611950

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83 King Street

78 Mill Street

Knutsford

Macclesfield

01565 651854

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