Category Archives: Projects

National Civic Day 17 June 2017

 

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Please join us in making Heaton Norris an area to be recognised as pretty and well loved. Locals will gather on 17th June, after 10am, at the HATTON HILLTOP BIRD SANCTUARY.

We  plan to paint the railings to welcome visitors into the area. Look forward to a good day – just bring yourself. This will be the community effort for our Civic Day

Love Heaton Norris Goes Green!

You said, we listened, we are doing! Since our residents consultation we worked on 7th May 2016 to dig out the area behind the Jubilee Pub. We now need to beautify the land and have diarised 16 July from 9am onward to work together to that goal –  all welcome to attend to work or watch!!Continue Reading

LACE Exibition

Fantastic exhibition last weekend in the Stockport Art Gallery Museum. Our member Sandra Jones worked with others to display these lovely respectful designs. Well Done!!

Unicorn Project

The brainchild of our very own Love Heaton Norris member Jane Cawsey, the idea of an arts installation comprising life size Unicorns throughout Heaton Norris has really caught people’s imagination. Having formed a working party (known as “the Unicorners”), that includes Concetta Banks, Phil Waddington, Roger Lasance and Clare Redfern. They are meeting regularly onContinue Reading

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Heaton Hotpots

Starting on March 21st 2015 at 5:30pm, Christ with All Saints is holding monthly hotpot suppers for anybody who would like a meal! If you are alone and would like company or if you would just like to meet new people locally in an informal setting you are more than welcome. It will run eachContinue Reading

All Saints Church Organ Appeal

THE HIDDEN GEM OF HEATON NORRIS All Saints Church Organ Restoration Appeal All Saints Church Organ Restoration Appeal: A History of the organ and how local people can help In 1888 the church founders commissioned Hardy’s Organ Builders, then based on Penny Lane, Lancashire Hill (a few hundred yards from the church) to design twoContinue Reading