November Newsletter

Chorlton Good Neighbours, Wilbraham St Ninians Church, Egerton Rd South, M21 0XJ email              Tel    0161 881 -2925 Dear Good Neighbour Although it may seem some time ago, many thanks to everyone who supported the Annual General Meeting in September; it was a fantastic occasion with about 90 peopleContinue reading November Newsletter

Fundraising raffle

Although the charity gratefully acknowledges the support from the council through an Our Manchester VCS grant , this does mean that we have to continue fundraising throughout the year to make up any shortfall so that all our services and activities can continue. CGN runs regular raffles at Sunday teas and some Thursday coffee mornings,Continue reading Fundraising raffle

History Talks Programme  Sep – Dec 2018

Monthly  History Talks at Good Neighbours Programme  September – December 2018 Meetings held at Wilbraham St Ninians Church, Egerton Rd South, M21 0XJ. 1.30-2.45pm    £2 including refreshments Thursday 6th September:   George McLean – USDAW and Ellen Wilkinson; shops, solidarity and socialism USDAW, based in Fallowfield, is one of Britain’s strongest Trade unions, representing overContinue reading History Talks Programme  Sep – Dec 2018

CGN Drama Workshops start on Sep 19th

Chorlton Good Neighbours Drama Workshops Suitable for all Ages and all abilities. Booking Now! “Getting Older in Manchester Means Getting Bolder & Having More Fulfilling Lives!” Ten weekly subsidised morning sessions starting on Wednesday September 19th 2018 in Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church Hall, Corner of Egerton Road South/Wilbraham Rd, Chorlton. 10-12 noon Make new friends, GainContinue reading CGN Drama Workshops start on Sep 19th

Review of Lovechester1970s by Age Friendly Manchester

“Chorlton Good Neighbours (CGN) put on a fabulous piece of dramatic comedy titled Lovechester 1970, written by local volunteer and playwright Nakib Narat. Over the past ten weeks, volunteers and older members of CGN have worked together to practice and perform this short play, which includes singing, poetry and a tipsy vicar. “