The Marple Website is proud to have been involved in or supported numerous community projects since it began in 1998. The more recent ones are detailed here. Older projects can still be found on the original Marple Website and will gradually be migrated to this section as time allows. Get in touch with The Marple Website to feature your Community Project or Community News here.
Stockport Hydro Ltd is delighted to announce that £5,832, raised through the sale of renewable energy and donations by members, has been donated to 16 diverse environmental and educational projects locally.
An Extraordinary, Marple Area Committee meeting has been called for Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020 6.00pm. regarding the Temporary Withdrawal of the rail service on the on the Rose Hill Line. This will be a webcast remote meeting that can be watched live or on catch-up.
Like most people in Marple, we received a Marple Mutual Aid leaflet through our door and we saw the article on the cover of the Marple Review that was distributed just before lock-down. Learn more about the incredible local volunteers who drove this initiative to success.
Sadly, following an unbroken run since it was resurrected in 1962, the Coronavirus pandemic has called a temporary halt to Marple Carnival after 57 years of continuous annual fun.
Over all those years many people have contributed a great deal of time and effort to make Marple Carnival the success story it has become. Some families like the Burtons, Arderns, Bluffs and Armitts have dedicated 20 years or more to that amazing success story.
A version of this article first appeared in the June 2002 issue of local free paper the "Community News". A shorter version was included in the 2002 Carnival programme to commemorate 40 years of celebrations, when I was also honoured to design the programme cover.
The Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership has announced a children’s art competition called the MY CHESHIRE POSTER AWARDS to provide a teaching resource for children who are unable to go to school due to the Coronavirus. They have teamed up with Chester artist Nicky Thompson to design the awards which are open to Marple children aged 4-11.