All meetings are at Chapel Frith Golf Club, Manchester Road, Chapel en le Frith, SK23 9UH unless otherwise signified.
Coffee, pastries, fruit, juice and networking from 07.30am, speaker with questions 08.00-09.00am, more networking over the bacon baps 09.00 to finish 09.30am.
You may wear a mask indoors if you wish. Please observe social distancing as far as possible.
Friday October 8th 2021
CHANGE OF SPEAKER, SAME TOPIC: Sales Director, Michaela Lancaster and Construction Director, John McNulty of BARRATT HOMES, MANCHESTER will both be coming.
The housing market has been booming; Barratt have built a lot in Chapel en le Frith, and now their Midshire Meadows site in Whaley Bridge has a waiting list. Their recent annual figures were stellar to say the least.
But there’s fierce competition for land, and worries about rising costs. How will Britain’s leading housebuilder cope? Come, listen, put your questions.
Friday 5 Nov: Lorna Pimlott, Sponsorship & Policy Director HS2 Phase 2
(West Midlands to Crewe, Manchester and Wigan). Down south, HS2 is under way with the construction of the Amersham tunnel starting just as that by-election took place. Not great timing, perhaps. The Act for Phase 2A received Royal Assent in February this year; routes were confirmed as long ago as July 2017. Yet there are fears that the whole of this section might be cancelled. Let’s find out what’s happening.
Friday 3 Dec: Derbyshire Whisky at the Cat and Fiddle.
We are invited to breakfast at the famous Cat & Fiddle Inn (starting half an hour later, coffee from 8am, speaker 8.30am). Karl Bond, of the global award-winning Forest Distillery in Macclesfield, has taken over this iconic pub and is distilling whisky from its peaty waters. A wonderful opportunity to hear about a local success story, see the operation, and buy your special Christmas presents.
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AND… SHARE CLUB for those interested in testing their skills on the stock market – our virtual portfolio has been doing all right! No real money, just a pub lunch.