Busy Coffee Morning

Last Thursday, 17th Jan coffee morning was very busy with a new year’s lunch for 50 people and entertainment from the schoolchildren of Oswald Rd School. Later singer/guitarist Dave Taylor also entertained whilst soup and roll was served. Our local PCSO’s bobbed in to chat with folk as well a local councillors Eve Holt and JoannaContinue reading Busy Coffee Morning

Snowed in”- the Performance

On Thursday 22nd Nov 2018 we gave a performance of our comedy play “Snowed in” at Chorlton Good Neighbours coffee morning. 110 people were crammed into the hall to watch the play which was received with great enthusiasm. The Lord Mayor of Manchester was there too

November Newsletter

Chorlton Good Neighbours, Wilbraham St Ninians Church, Egerton Rd South, M21 0XJ email   helen@chorltongoodneighbours.org              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

Chorlton Good Neighbours Launch Free Drama Workshops for over 60s   

Chorlton Good Neighbours Launch Free Drama Workshops for over 60s    Getting Older In Manchester Should Mean Getting Bolder & Having an Even More Fulfilling Life! Chorlton Good Neighbours support Manchester’s Ageing Well initiative with a free Drama Course for people age 60+  Available to anyone in Chorlton, Chorlton Park and Whalley Range; the Workshops are fundedContinue reading Chorlton Good Neighbours Launch Free Drama Workshops for over 60s   

Good Neighbours on  “Holding Back the Years”. Friday 23rd of March, BBC1 9.15am

At the Good Neighbours Coffee Morning on 7th Dec 2017. A BBC team came to film some members for the programme series “Holding Back the Years”. We now know that this series will air on Monday 12th March on BBC 1 at 9.15am it will run Monday – Friday for 2 weeks, the episode Good NeighboursContinue reading Good Neighbours on  “Holding Back the Years”. Friday 23rd of March, BBC1 9.15am