Are you in your 20s or 30s?
Would you like to meet others of a similar age and make new friends and contacts in the parish? We would love to meet you! Everyone is welcome including partners and family! We have evening meetings in the Parish Centre at 7.30pm every few weeks and many other activities and events, arranged through our WhatsApp Group. Join the WhatsApp group to share and join social events or contact Jane.
Dates for your diary:
Friday December 16th : 7 – 10 pm Christmas themed Social evening in the Parish Centre
Saturday December 17th : 2-5pm Christmas Themed Social afternoon in the Parish Centre
Do come along – we’d love to meet you!
Click here for the school’s PTA information.
This fund-raising event is held in November. Anyone willing to help is most welcome. Dates of meetings to organise the Fayre are published in the Newsletter.
Macclesfeld and District of the Catenian Association
The Catenian Association provides practising Catholic laymen and their families with friendship, social activities and support. Meeting monthly it aims to strengthen family life through friendship and faith.
Click here for the St Alban’s Catenians Website (page updated by group organiser).
The Monday Club is a social group aimed at bringing together anyone over the age of 50 to share interests, activities and the obligatory brew and biscuit. The group usually meets on alternate Mondays in the Parish Centre at 2pm, however, it has not been possible to meet during the pandemic. We hope to have this group up and running again as soon as it is safe to do so.
Watch this space for announcements of when the packed programme of talks, activities, trips, quizzes and more will begin again.
Parents and Toddlers (0-5 year olds) meet every Tuesday afternoon in Term time from 1.15pm – 2.45pm in the Parish Centre. All mums, dads and grans etc. are welcome. There will be painting, playdough, creative fun and lots of toys to play with. There are no meetings during school holidays.
Parents and Tots is restarting on the 28th September!
If you want to get some fresh air and exercise, and enjoy walks in the beautiful countryside that surrounds us in the company of other parishioners, come on one of our walks.
Parish Rambles are on the 3rd Sunday of the month and usually start about 11 and finish about 4. Saturday Strolls will be on Saturday afternoons – the 9th October, 27th November and 11th December this Autumn – and are shorter local walks for all the family!
Click here for the latest Parish Ramble Details.
Contact Jane on firstname.lastname@example.org or Helen on email@example.com for Saturday strollers
Contact Jerome on firstname.lastname@example.org for rambles;
The Parish Social Committee facilitates social activities for parishioners of all ages, which reflect the wonderful range of ethnic groups, cultures and nationalities within our Parish. We host events such as International Evenings, Quiz Nights, Ceilidhs and a Summer Hog Roast. Some of the events are fundraising activities.
Future events will be posted on this website and advertised in the Newsletters.
New ideas for future events and new members to the committee are always very welcome.
The purpose of this group is to foster parental interest in the school and to raise money for those activities which fall outside the school budget.
All parents are automatically members of this association and will receive regular communications from the Chair of the PTA and the Headteacher of the school.
Click here for the school’s PTA information.
This has been a valuable source of income for the parish. Previously it has funded various projects such as:
- New Altar cloths and protector;
- Garden equipment;
- Outbuilding repairs;
- And parish social events.
For £24 you are eligible to take part in four draws a year. (You can also have more than one ticket.) 1st prize is £250, 2nd prize £100, 3rd prize £50, 4th and 5th prizes are £25. The renewal date is May/June each year.
A registration form and standing order are available to download:
If you would like further information please contact:
The Ladies Group have been unable to meet up during the pandemic, but we hope to restart it as soon as it is safe to do so.
Under normal circumstances, the Ladies Group is a lively bunch of women of all ages who meet in the parish centre on alternate Wednesdays at 2pm (no meetings during August), for discussion, talks on items of mutual interest, slide shows, fund raising and to exchange experiences. Interests are both spiritual and social and include Days of Recollection, Pilgrimages and social outings. Tea and biscuits provided, of course!