We aim to take photographs of all the local events and activities in our community. Some readers have kindly sent in pictures of their holidays which you may enjoy viewing as well.
The Altrincham Festival took place in July and our photographer was there to capture the days festivities.
All of the pictures have been uploaded onto our website www.haahandbook.co.uk and are available to download free of charge.
All of our pictures are available to download for free.
“Don’t knock the weather: nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while.” quote from Kin Hubbard
Happy May Day! I can’t believe we are already in a new month with holidays to plan and high expectations for a warm and sunny spring.
When the May Day Bank Holiday was first introduced in 1978 it was the first bank holiday to affect the state school calendar. Celebrated on the first Monday of the month, typical English rites and celebrations include Morris Dancing, crowning a May Queen and dancing round a Maypole. Is this how you celebrate May Day? Or do you perhaps prefer a more relaxed celebration? However you may spend your Bank Holidays, I hope you have a lovely day!
Congratulations to all those that took part in the Manchester Marathon in April and to the hundreds of spectators that cheered the runners and walkers from start to finish through the streets of Sale, Timperley and Altrincham. Thousands of pounds were raised for local and national charities and photo’s of some of the runners can be seen on page 18.
Congratulations to Pat Swindley of Altrincham who won the Meal for 2 at Il Gusto. On page 26 you can read their review and see if they enjoyed their meal or not!!
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