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Stretford Public Hall was built for the local community by John Rylands in 1878. Since then it has had over 100 years of community use.

In 2015, the Friends of Stretford Public Hall took over the running of the Hall. Our aim is to restore the Hall into a fantastic multi-purpose community venue.

 


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    Pop-Up Cycle Project held at Stretford Mall

    This project offers free minor repairs, advice on bigger repairs and on keeping your bike in a safe condition (particularly in these winter months), as well as friendly social bike rides. As you can see on the flyer below the Trafford Volunteer Pop-Up Cycle Project will be held every Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm throughout November. A recent extension to the project means that it will now also be running in early December from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm on Sat 5th / Sun 6th and Sat 12th / Sun 13th. You can find it in Stretford Mall (where Love Coffee used to be).  If you are interested in volunteering for this exciting new project and/or would like more information you can contact Mark on 07528130349 or mark@blandcentre.co.uk     Print Flyer Here
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    November at the Hall: supporting the community during lockdown.

     Remembrance Sunday at the Hall. During November the Hall is continuing to work hard to deliver classes, services and events in line with current government guidelines. Throughout the winter, we are continuing to operate Stretford Community Hub, providing our local community with ongoing practical and emotional support. We have already supported local residents with enquiries about food deliveries, prescriptions, personal safety and other relevant services they can access. Our activities are delivered in partnership with Trafford Citizens Advice, who can also offer support on a number of issues including employment issues (eg redundancy), housing rights and welfare support. For further information about this service or support from our Hub please contact the main Trafford Community Response phoneline on 0300 330 1553. During November our exercise classes have continued online and currently include a free online mindfulness class. Further, we have supported the Pink Purse Cabaret, which took place online; the event bought together the LGBTQ+ community in a celebration of creativity through comedy, singing, dance, poetry and lots of laughs! And throughout November you may have seen our new colourful flags flying outside the Hall. These were designed by the winners of last month’s flag completion. We hope they made you smile!   As we will not be able to hold our usual Christmas Fair in December because of the ongoing Ballroom renovations (and likely government restrictions), we have been working towards celebrating Christmas with you in other ways. Look out for more details coming soon! 
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