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.
“Corn and grain, corn and grain, All that falls shall rise again.”
– Wiccan Harvest Chant
Well October is upon us, and I am sure you will agree that there is a distinct chill in the air first thing in the morning. I think we can safely say Autumn is definitely here. Do you, like me, feel that the nights are already drawing in, despite the fact that the clocks are not due to go back until later this month? On the plus side, it is a great time of year to wrap up warm and take a walk in some of our beautiful parks and surrounding countryside. The leaves on the trees are turning to wonderful shades of red and gold but unfortunately they will soon be falling to the ground leaving the branches bare.
Timperley County Fair took place last month, which despite the rain doing its best to keep people at home, had yet another successful turnout. Were you there? Our photographer was! You can visit our website for more pictures and download them, free of charge.
Tuesday 31st October is “Halloween” so don’t forget to stock up on those treats to avoid any tricks being played on you.
Also remember that on Saturday 29th October British Summertime ends and all clocks needs to go back one hour. You’ll notice that whilst mornings will be brighter, the
afternoons will get darker. The good news is we get one hour’s extra sleep. I’m sure this will please everyone.
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