Diary updated on 15/11/2018
Updated on 15/11/2018

 

Success of the village web site depends on the input from all the local groups, societies, businesses, services and venues. To be featured on the site please email the with all the relevant details, together with photographs (if applicable).

Development of the web site will continue over the next few months, so if you have any comments, suggestions, requests or questions please email the Photographs of the local area or events are especially welcome.

• Upcoming Events •

Coffee & Cake Morning

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Coffee & Cake Morning

Kelsall Methodist Church - Barney's Buddies

Invite you to a...

Coffee & Cake Morning

In aid of - Kelsall Wellbeing Hub
Saturday 24th November 2018
Kelsall Methodist Hall - 10am to 12noon

Fabulous Raffle Prizes - Bring & Buy stalls.

Play area for children.

 

Grand Christmas Fair

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Grand Christmas Fair

Grand Christmas Fair

In aid of - Kelsall Wellbeing Hub

Saturday 1st December 2018
Kelsall Methodist Hall - 2pm to 5pm

Arts & Crafts - Cakes - Children's Toys & Books - Christmas Cards

Refreshments - Tombola - White Elephant - Face Painting

Raffle - Name the Teddy - Pyrography - Floral Decorations

Mystery Parcels - ...and much more!

 

Rebecca Perry - From Judy to Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood
Saturday 1st December 2018 - Community Centre, Kelsall
Doors open at 7pm for 7:30pm start.
Please bring your own drinks, glasses and nibbles.

It's the 1930s and the movies are being made faster than you can MGM, and being made to make you feel good. Budgets are increasing and the studios are making pictures bigger and bigger. Within the industry, four women emerge who refuse to be "just another ingénue".

Judy Garland, Betty Hutton, Lucille Ball and Bette Davis each made their own strides to make women a more prominent and powerful force in Hollywood.

Join Rebecca Perry for a night of marvellous melodies and scandalous headlines from the Golden Age of Hollywood.

"A welcome return from this Canadian performer with the gorgeous jazz voice who previously performed the award winning Confessions of a Redheaded Coffee Shop Girl."

Tickets £10 from Jim Struthers on 01829 751031 or Richard Hancock on 01829 752897

Email: jim.struthers2@gmail.com

Flicks in the Sticks - Christopher Robin (TBC)

Flicks in the Sticks

"Christopher Robin (TBC)"

Friday 7th December 2018 - Kelsall Methodist Hall - 7:30pm

An adult Christopher Robin, who is now focused on his new life, work, and family, suddenly meets his old friend Winnie the Pooh, who returns to his unforgotten childhood past to help him return to the Hundred Acre Wood and help find Pooh's lost friends.

Starring Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Bronte Carmichael

Admission: Adults: £5.00 Enquiries: 01829 752931.

Pay on the door only. Doors open at 7.00pm. Refreshments available.

• Notices •

D&G Bus

82 Bus Service

now provided by D&G Bus

The 82 bus service has been taken over by D&G Bus. The timetable for the new service can be seen on their website here: 82 Bus Timetable. The terminus in Chester is now the new Bus Interchange, it does also now stop at Stand DD in Foregate Street.

 

Posted 7th November 2018
Cheshire Core Pilates

Cheshire Core Pilates

Due to popular demand new Physiotherapy Led Pilates classes will be starting on Wednesdays from 9th January 2019 at the Lounge, St Philips Church, Kelsall. A beginners class will be held at 6:30pm and an intermediate class at 7:30pm. This is in addition to Monday classes which are currently held in Kelsall Methodist Church. Beginners at 6:15pm and Intermediates at 7:15pm.

To book your £5 taster session please contact Sarah Lloyd, Physiotherapist Bsc, MCSP, HCPC. Mobile: 07813 297757, email: sarah.lloyd-pilates@hotmail.com or Facebook/Cheshirecorepilates.

All levels catered for from beginners to advanced. No previous experience of pilates required.

Posted 7th November 2018
Kelsall Village Calendar Poster

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Kelsall Village Calendar Poster
Kelsall Village Calendar

Kelsall Village Calendar 2019

Available Now

The 2019 Village Calendar is now available! A4 size in full colour.

Only £5 per calendar

Available from: The Firs Vets, The Boot Inn, Andrea Gray - tel 752833 or Kath Roberts - tel 752209. They are also being sold at the Beer Festival from about 6-8pm. Cheques payable to ‘St. Philip’s Kelsall PCC’

Winning photos by Karen Elliott, John Diggle, Jeff Mulholland, Ian Littler, Anne O’Donnell, Elaine Shakspeare, Dave Shakspeare, David Evans.

Posted 7th November 2018
Print Hub

New Entry on the Business Pages

Print Hub

Print Hub offers full printing services including banners, posters, brochures, flyers etc. They also offer higher end signage solutions including A Boards, acrylic signs, flags etc. Finally, they offer in-house graphic design services.

For further details see the entry here: Print Hub

Contact: 07492 680 999 Email: Sales@PrintHubServices.com or visit the website at: Print Hub

Posted 7th November 2018
Kelsall Pink Charity Walk 2018 Visit my fundraising page on BT MyDonate

Kelsall Pink Charity Walk

Sending out a big, BIG "thank you"! to all you wonderful people who made this Pink Charity Sponsored Walk such an outstanding success. To date we have helped to raise over £3400 for our two special charities NW Cancer Research and Pool of Life (breast cancer survivors charity). This smashes our target of £2500. And donations are still coming in!!

This could not have been possible without all the 100+ walkers who turned up and all your supporters and sponsors. In addition the event would have not been so enjoyable for everyone without the skills and commitment of my co-organisers John, Angela and Lindsey and of course all the wonderful helpers inc. marshals, catering team, registration team, Ian for his superb IT support, the raffle team and the farmers who supported us and whose land we walked over.

We all did our bit - and we should all feel proud!
Thank you all so much - here's to next year!!
Updated 27th October 2018
Wellbeing Hub Survey

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Wellbeing Hub Survey

SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE

The survey questionnaire is out there!

WE NEED YOUR INPUT!

Get the questionnaire - fill it in - drop it in the box - Job Done! Boxes are located at the Co-op, Surgery, Chemist and Butchers.

Alternatively complete the online version at www.kelsallppg.com/wellbeing-hub-survey

This is your opportunity to get involved in a milestone development in your village affecting everyone. Don't miss your opportunity to have your say. Let us know we're on the right track. We really thank you for taking the time to tell us what you think.

We need a big response to help secure our funding.
Updated 30th September 2018
OUI Creative

New Entry on the Business Pages

OUI Creative

Oui Creative is run by Ceri Holmes. Her work can involve basic stationery creation, posters, booklets to full, interactive presentations, Photography, Video Production and Editing.

For further details see the entry here: OUI Creative

Contact: Ceri Holmes 07951 697479

Posted 30th September 2018
Will Consult You Ltd

New Entry on the Business Pages

Will Consult You Ltd

A husband and wife team who established Will Consult You Limited in 2013. They provide advice on estate planning in a relaxed and ethical manner for families nationwide.

Helping people with later life planning including;

  • Wills
  • Lasting Power of Attorney
  • Trusts
  • Inheritance Tax Planning
  • Funeral Planning
  • Probate

For further details see the entry here: Will Consult You Ltd

Contact James or Sarah on 01829 309103 or visit the website: www.willconsultyou.co.uk

Posted 7th September 2018
OPAL - Older People Active Lives

OPAL GoOnLine sessions in Kelsall

Starting Tuesday 11th September at The Royal Oak, Chester Road CW6 ORR, 10am to 12noon

Free GoOnLine service for Volunteers, Carers and the over 60’s continues to run in Kelsall.

So if you lack confidence or just need extra help in using computers, tablets or your mobile phone and would like individual support in a friendly and relaxed environment join us.

The sessions will run on alternate Tuesdays 10am to 12 mid-day on September 11th & 25th, October 9th & 23rd and November 6th & 20th.

For further details see the OPAL GoOnLine website here: www.opalservices.org.uk

Posted 7th September 2018
St Philip's Church Lounge St Philip's Church Lounge

The Lounge

The lounge at St Philips Church has had a complete refurbishment and is now available for hire to organisations, groups, families or individuals. An ideal location and venue for meetings, coffee mornings, presentations, small family gatherings or parties, children's parties or whatever you require your ideal space for.

A small but well equipped kitchen with serving hatch to main room. Kitchen is equipped with oven, microwave, kettles, crockery and cutlery.

The main room has been decorated in a pleasant colour scheme and easily moveable tables and chairs mean that you can set the room to meet your needs.

For further details or to make a booking, please contact Heather Leather on 01829 752558 or email hleather16@gmail.com

Updated 20th July 2018
Sandstone Ridge

A Pictorial History of the Sandstone Ridge

The Sandstone Ridge Trust would like people’s help to compile a pictorial history of the wonderful Sandstone Ridge.

The Sandstone Ridge is one of Cheshire’s most distinctive landscapes, covering 230 sq kms (88 sq miles) of rolling hills and escarpments that stretch from Frodsham and Helsby in the north, through Delamere, Tarporley, Beeston, Peckforton and Bickerton, to Malpas in the south. This is rural Cheshire at its finest, linked by the Sandstone Trail.

The Ridge has a long and rich history that ranges from pre-historic landscapes through the Roman, Saxon and Medieval periods to the present day. Its appearance has been shaped by centuries of farming, forestry and use of natural resources, including water sources like ancient springs and wells, as well as sandstone, sand and gravel, copper, marl and other minerals.

Old photographs and postcards can provide a revealing snapshot into how people have interacted with the landscape over the decades and centuries. By comparing them with present day views it becomes possible to understand how the countryside, villages and buildings in the area have changed over time.

The Trust would like to hear from anyone who has old photographs and postcards of the Sandstone Ridge area. These can be either in their original (photograph/postcard), or scanned (digital) forms. If enough images can be found, it is hoped that they could be published in a small book for everyone’s enjoyment.

You can contact the Trust by emailing info@sandstoneridge.org.uk.

Posted 15th April 2018
'The Story of Kelsall by Elspeth Thomas' image

The Story of Kelsall by Elspeth Thomas

Kadras has kindly allowed the full text of the book 'The Story of Kelsall' by Elspeth Thomas (with illustrations by Anne Saul) to be made available on the website. The book is in a text searchable pdf format. Click the link below to have a read of this fabulous resource.


The Story of Kelsall by Elspeth Thomas