New Horizons' News

Here's the latest news from New Horizons.

Sue Slater runs in support of New Horizons

When local Marple lady, Sue Slater retired from her full time job she decided to take up running to keep her fit and busy. She started at the Marple Park Run every Saturday. Sue enjoyed the running and being outdoors and soon built up her stamina.

Read more: Sue Slater 

A note from the Chairman's Desk

Stockport Canal Boat Trust continue to discuss with the Canal and River Trust (CRT) the future of the mooring berth for New Horizons following any proposed development of old BW site in Marple. It is hoped that current discussion will lead to a satisfactory solution for both parties in due course.

James Dunlop.

Festival Fundraising Report

Reported at January 2015 Open Meeting.

It has been another good year for fundraising activities and events.

It has been good to see even more new volunteers joining us at these events as the more people involved the easier the days run.  The weather has not been as kind to us at festivals as last year and those people who were there on the Saturday at Whaley Bridge will remember getting very wet indeed.  This was the first time for many years that one tombola lasted 2 days.  It has also been good having more support in the preparation of the goods for sale prior to the events and the range of goods and activities available has increased yet again and we now have a regular clientele at many events.

Read more: Fundraising report 2014

Queens Award for Voluntary Services

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