Echo June 2017 Newsletter
Welcome to our second newsletter, which we hope will keep you informed with what is happening at Eccles Town Hall. Well here we are in the middle of the year and what a lot has happened since January.
Since the previous newsletter we have hosted a café with art show and Eccles Community Choir concert, and in May Lymm concert band who were tremendous, café with our first craft fair which was great, and Forever friends evening by the Salford Royal Chaplaincy, and The annual Scottish dance evening. The Health improvement team held a successful event entitled ‘Dying matters’ as an afternoon tea dance.
The new lights are fitted and fully working both in the ballroom and on the stage and they are receiving boundless wonderful compliments.
Well, we haven’t finished yet, the stage is due a facelift with the back walls and the cladding in the front being upgraded. We also need a few more tables when we hold events such as craft fairs. The loop system is still under investigation watch this space, and listen of course!
What’s Coming Up
We have the Café on the 10th June 10am to 2pm, and on Saturday 24th June Easy Street Big Band return with the usual terrific swing sounds 7.30pm with bar, raffle tea coffee available. Tickets £5 pay on the door.
Salford Royal Hospital choir 7.30pm
Tickets £ 8. details from 0161 707 3286
Eccles Community Choir 7.30 pm
Admission £ 5.00 pay on the door.
BAR, RAFFLE , CAKE STALL, FUN
- ECHO Café, Saturday,10am to 2pm
- Puttin’ on the Glitz, with Sarah Dennis, Saturday, 7,30pm – Tickets £7 available online (with booking fee), or on the door.
Our regular events will also be running
- Mondays: Tae Kwondo (not june 12th)
- Juniors 6.15pm – 7.15pm
- Adults 7.30pm – 8.30pm
- Wednesdays: Ceroc dancing 8pm – 11pm
- Thursdays: Slimming World
We hope you have found this newsletter informative.
We are always interested to hear from you all on any subject connected with the Town Hall. Please do get in touch if you have any queries:- firstname.lastname@example.org
With very best wishes,