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Kingsley Gardening Club - Programme of talks 2017/18

11th Sept 2017 The Herbaceous Border - Jane Allison, Mayfields Garden
9th Oct 2017  Marbury Hall & Gardens - Mary Jeeves, Friends of Marbury
13th Nov 2017  Bees and Forage - Chris Pownall, Bee Keeper
December 2017 No meeting
8th Jan 2018 Growing and Arranging Seasonal Flowers - Alice & Andrea, Delamere Flowers
12th Feb 2018 Norton Priory Garden - Paul Quigley, Norton Priory
12th Mar 2018 Sizergh Castle Gardens - Steve Halliwell
9th Apr 2018 The Bulb Year - Kevin Pratt, Village Plants
14th May 2018

Pests & Diseases - Anne Harrison, Reaseheath College


Welcome Letter

I am pleased to give you details of our forthcoming programme for the 2017/18 season.

We have kept the fees to £8 per year or £2 per meeting, we hope to see you again.I do hope you will be able to join us. Please make yourself known to either myself or another committee member in order that we can ensure you are welcomed to the club.


Download the form here.

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The Kingsley Youth Group (KYG) club is a group of young people who meet at Kingsley Community Centre to socialise with friends in a safe environment, supervised by adult youth workers. Meeting Times

Meeting Times

Meetings are generally on Thursday evenings, and start at:

School years 4 to 6: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
School years 7 to 6th form: 7.30pm - 9.30pm


Activities at the centre include (in the Social Room) young people meeting & chatting with their friends, Tuck Shop, Pool Table, bringing & listening to music (there is a Music Centre, DVD Player, & TV), cards & games... and physical activities in the main hall.


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Every year a village collection has been made to help support the Kingsley Community Association and Kingsley News, which is delivered, free of charge, to homes in Kingsley. Last year this raised approximately £850- for which we would like to say thank you. The suggested donation is £5 per household, and £3 for pensioners or those on low income. Although we would very much appreciate it if anyone were able and willing to donate more than this.

In previous years we have made door to door visits in order to pick up donations. However this is a major burden on our volunteers and we would therefore like to change our collection process.

Also a number of people have asked whether it would be possible to donate online, or pay directly into the bank.

This year we would like to offer a number of ways to donate:
1. To pay directly into the KCA bank account, our details are;
Bank :- Natwest;
Account name :- Kingsley Community Association
Sort code :- 53-70-21
Account no. :- 60177683
Payment Reference :- KCA donation
Payment can be via a single payment or, if you prefer, you can set up an annual standing order with your bank.

2. Donations can also be placed in the collection box at the community centre or handed in at Holland's Pharmacy, who I would like to thank for offering to do this.

3. They can also be posted to 58 Beechview Road, Kingsley WA6 8DG - Please make cheques payable to "Kingsley Community Association".

GIFT AID - Please note that due administrative requirements of the Gift Aid scheme and the small size of most of the donations, we will NOT be claiming gift aid on these donations. Should however anyone wish to donate more than £100, then arrangements can be made for gift aid to apply. Please contact Paul Atkinson (our Treasurer) on 01928 787971 for details.

Please note that on behalf of the KCA, I would like to thank everyone for any donations.

Mike Butler KCA Chairman

In 1976, while thinking of ways of raising the money to build a Community Centre, the idea of putting on a fund raising show came about.

So a cabaret, Kingsley style, sort of medieval, home grown and devised with the help of an odd professional (to help give a bit of class) was written as the first show.

It was such a success that more shows followed, the money was raised and the Community Centre was built.

Plus, an amateur dramatic society was born!

The first meeting of the group was in December 1976, the name was chosen and a draft constitution agreed. It was decided that two plays and a pantomime would be performed each year.

The first performance by the group was in April 1977 when two one-act plays were performed. History of the drama group has even been written about by John Birtles.

Tickets for performances can be purchased online at:

To find out more about Kingsley Players visit their web site at

Why not join our Facebook page where you can take part in discussions and more easily keep up to date with what is happening?

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Mid-Cheshire Astronomical Group

Mid-Cheshire Astronomical Group was founded in February 2013. Set up by a group of keen amateur astronomers, its goal is to provide a platform for everybody in the Mid-Cheshire area with an interest in astronomy to go out observing and enjoy the incredible things the universe has to offer. 

You do NOT need  any prior knowledge or equipment – just an interest in the cosmos and enthusiasm to learn about it!

In March 2015 the club relocated its base to Delamere Forest in order to take advantage of some of the darkest skies in Cheshire. 


Catering for astronomers of any age, interest or experience the club meets on the last Friday of every month in the Forest Explorers classroom (behind the visitors centre).

Meetings start at 7.30pm and finish at 9.30pm, with group observing in the Old Pale car park afterwards if it’s clear.


Further information on the club and what it does can be found on the following: 

  • Web:
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  • Twitter: @midcheshastro
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The WI meet at Kingsley Community Centre on the first Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm. We have a diverse range of speakers and demonstrations in a friendly atmosphere.

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