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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.

Marple, Mellor & Marple Bridge Energy Saving Strategy.
The Macnair Trust is a local charity created in 1973 by Mrs. Iris Macnair, the widow of Alan Macnair, a prominent member of the Marple community.
Marple Chess club was established in 1946 as the Marple Bridge and District Chess Club.
Meetings are held each Thursday afternoon at 2-30 p.m. in the Methodist Centre, Church Lane.
Marple and District Allotment Association allotments are split across two sites within Marple.
Marple and District Probus Club meet at Marple Senior Citizens Hall on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Knitting together the women of Marple and around, one stitch at a time - meeting at Hawk Green Cricket Club.
Marple Bell-Ringers operate the bells at All Saints' Marple.
An association of retired people with a common interest in continued creativity and enquiry.
A community body of like minded individuals committed to maintaining and enhancing the environment of Marple Bridge.

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