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The Marple Directory

The Community Group Pages are special pages produced in support of local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities who wish to be part of the Marple Website Community.

Way back in 1998 this was originally aimed at organisations who didn't have the means to create their own web sites. Times have changed greatly since then and even if your group does have its own web site, Facebook page, or uses another Social Media platform, you may still benefit greatly from becoming part of this community to raise your profile and help people find you. It should even improve your web site's rankings in the search engines.

Get in touch if you would like to feature your group's activities here.

This is a free service with no charges and is open to local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities in Marple and District only.

Friends of Our Valley look after the Goyt Valley between Strines and Marple Bridge.
Friends of Rose Hill Station are a local community group dedicated to improving Rose Hill Station and its rail services.
Friends of Strines Station represents individuals and businesses within the local area who have a genuine interest in ensuring that the station remains both operational and effective.
Fun Families Marple is a closed Facebook group set up to help families with young children get to know each other and to post days out and fun things to do together.
An independent voluntary body listed in the Rail Regulator's Directory of User Groups.
The Hare and Hounds Classic Vehicle Club is open to enthusiasts of all Classic Vehicles.
Folk Dancing Club meeting at Hawk Green Reading Room every Friday night from 8pm.
H.G.R.A. is a community group formed by local residents with the objective of maintaining and improving Hawk Green as a great place to live.
Jubilee is a small Methodist church located on Cote Green Lane, Marple Bridge, Stockport.
A group of over 70 women who meet on the first Thursday of each month at their institute building on Lower Fold, Marple Bridge.

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