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The Community Group Pages are special pages produced in support of local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities who wish to be part of the Marple Website Community.

Way back in 1998 this was originally aimed at organisations who didn't have the means to create their own web sites. Times have changed greatly since then and even if your group does have its own web site, Facebook page, or uses another Social Media platform, you may still benefit greatly from becoming part of this community to raise your profile and help people find you. It should even improve your web site's rankings in the search engines.

Get in touch if you would like to feature your group's activities here.

This is a free service with no charges and is open to local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities in Marple and District only.

A voluntary group who are proud of Marple and want to see it thrive. We believe that everyone in our community should have a voice in helping to shape the future of Marple.
Marple Community Council.
Marple's Fire Station is at the Heart of the Local Community!
Marple District Rambling Club is a very friendly walking club. It was founded in 1967 and now has over 350 members.
A small and informal group who meet in the Ring o' Bells pub on the last Wednesday of every month from 8 o'clock.
The Gang Show "Three Cheers" is a fixed feature in the Marple Calendar (mid-end March). It brings together the talents of the Scouts and Guides within the eight senior Marple Units.
Marple Local History Society is dedicated to recording the past and present of Marple and District, including Mellor, Compstall, Marple Bridge, Strines, Rose Hill, Hawk Green and High Lane.
An off-shoot of the original Marple Locks Heritage Society, Marple Locks Group are a bunch of volunteers who care for Marple's Historic Flight of 16 Locks.
Now disbanded: former organisers of the Biannual Marple Locks Festival from 2004 to 2015 - A group that worked together to help preserve & protect Marple’s Historic Flight of Locks.
After many years without a musical society, Marple now has a brand-new home-grown company.
Marple Places