Ladybridge Park Newsletters

Feb / March 2018
Posted on 9th February 2018

LADYBRIDGE PARK RESIDENTS CLUB

February/March 2018 Newsletter

 

Club News

Management Charges April 2018

The Trustees are pleased to announce that there will be no increase in the charges for the next financial year.

We thank you for your prompt and regular payments and hope that you appreciate the appearance of the Club which shows how some of that money has been spent this year.  We have plans for further improvements over the coming year, but believe these can be accomplished without any increase.

When you receive this year’s statement, would you please read the Terms and Conditions printed on the reverse and ensure that you comply with the dates stipulated and, if paying by standing order, use your house reference number (shown in the top right hand side of the statement and in the form at the bottom) to identify yourself.

Please note that the Club office will be closed on Easter Monday, 2 April.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS 2018

 

Saturday, 24 February

 

Spartacus Band

Returning by request

Saturday, 10 March

Three up and coming young groups.  Monthly feature.  

Why not come in a support them.

Should be a great night. 

Friday, 16 March

Celebrating

St Patrick's night

 

Ryan Ireland

 

Fantastic entertainer in the Lounge

 

Saturday, 14 April

Twisted Soul Duo

 

Aka - "The Blues Brothers"

Saturday, 5 May

Katie Jo Green

Excellent Personality Vocalist

"Not to be missed"

 

Saturday, 19 May

 

The Uplifters

 

Manchester's Premier SKA Band

Saturday, 9 June

Daniel Winters -

Bee Gees - Barry Gibb

 

One man tribute to Barry Gibb

and the "Bee Gees"

Saturday, 30 June

Gavin James

Fantastic Male Vocalist

 

We will let you know when more entertainment is booked and you can also view the Ladybridge Park Residents Club Website for any forthcoming news and further entertainment.

 

Yoga class held every Tuesday night from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in the small hall.

 

Bingo every Monday at 9.00pm in the lounge, all are welcome.

 

Rodney's meat raffle every Monday at 9.00pm- raffle tickets are also available for sale behind the bar at opening times.  Only the best, Rodney buys his meat from Pimlotts the Butchers!

 

Quiz night every Thursday in the lounge from 9.00pm, all teams welcome.

 

Lauren Jones is taking HIIT exercise classes - twice a week on a Monday and Thursday - 7.00pm in the small hall. You can make a booking by logging on to www.bookwhen.com/laurenjones

Indoor Carpet Bowls - everyone welcome, join the other residents (who are no experts), but have a bit of fun, every Tuesday afternoon at 2.00pm.

Slimming World is now an ongoing feature, held in the Club every Wednesday at 9.30am and 11.30am, also 5.15pm and 7.15pm.

Calling all Keyboard players

Come and join us on a Monday afternoon between 1.00pm and 4.00pm.  We have different standards of players so don't be shy.  We have a coffee and a natter half way through and help with any technicalities of the keyboard, if needed.  If you would like more information please call me - Alf Hampson on 0161 428 5644.

Sportsman's Dinner

Volunteer residents are planning to hold a Sportsman's Dinner on Friday 12 October.  Still at the planning stage, but we will keep you posted in the next Newsletter.

Remember!  Friday Teas available in the Club every week from 6.00pm, with a great menu provided by our Manager Jakki and her Husband - Harry.  They are very reasonably priced and the menu always includes fish and chips with a variety of other lovely meals, which is a nice start to the weekend.

 

Estate News

 

Once again !!!!!!!!!!!!! we have had numerous requests from residents throughout the estate complaining about the dog fouling.  We have to bring to the attention of all irresponsible dog owners the need to pick up your dog fouling and dispose of it in your own black bins at home, it is especially noted that this is happening down all the passageways around the estate. 

 

Our advice is that if any individual comes across anybody whose dog is doing this, if they could take a picture of the individual and their dog, on their mobile, so that it can be presented to the Council for them to deal with. 

 

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