Nether Alderley Parish Hall is an iconic building at the heart of our village and our community.

It’s been here since the 17th century and has evolved from a school into the village centre that we now know and love. Over the years little has changed in this charming, historic building except for the odd modernisation to keep up with the times. Now though, it is in need of more than a little TLC. The good news is that long overdue work to the fabric of the building itself is now in motion and plans are soon to be submitted to Cheshire East Planning and Historic England. Nether Alderley Parish Council will also take this opportunity to upgrade most of the facilities to a modern standard, including heating, toilets and storage – so watch out for more news!

What’s great about all of this activity is that it has renewed community interest and involvement. Recent months have seen a marked increase of events at the Parish Hall which have been a huge success.

In May we set the ball rolling with a Table Top Sale, and building on the positive response and patronage, a series of “Golden Triangle” afternoon teas was launched throughout June. This triangle consists of our beautiful 14th Century St Mary’s Church, our Parish Hall and the National Trust’s fascinating Nether Alderley Mill. All of these are virtually adjacent to each other, which all adds up to a relaxed and fulfilling way to spend a Sunday afternoon which the many, many visitors tend to agree!

More events are planned throughout the year. We intend to extend the scope for more parishioners to get directly involved in a wider variety of interesting and exciting initiatives that will help to bring our community closer together. Keep your eyes and ears open for further announcements!



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