Every year at our Christmas Fair we have run a very popular raffle and tombola stand that has raised money towards our mission to upkeep and renovate Stretford Public Hall for the use of the local community. This year we have extended our raffle ticket sales and have worked with sponsors to have some great prizes available to win! We would like to take a moment to thank these sponsors and to let you know what prizes are available.
A big thanks goes to :
The Barking Dog Urmston- 2-4-1 meal vouchers
Bricktop Hairdressers: Free Cut and Blow Dry
Cheeky Cherubs- Free Play Sessions
Croma Chorlton- Free meal for two
The Lloyds- Free meal for two with a bottle of wine included
Morrissons - £10 Vouchers
Pond Quay Urmston- Vouchers
Sainsbury’s- £10 gift card
Unicorn Grocery- Hamper
Our Grand prize will be a hamper of treats carefully selected by our volunteers and including Friends of Stretford Public Hall Merchandise.
We will have lots more prizes to win on our tombola stand at the Christmas fair on Saturday the 8th December
Purchase your Raffle tickets this weekend at our Christmas Lights Switch on, on Friday 7th December, at our Christmas Fair on the 8th December from 12pm-4pm, during our Community Cinema Screening of ‘Home Alone’ on Sunday 9th December (doors open 1.30pm). You can also ask to purchase a ticket when you visit the hall for any Wellbeing or Creative Classes.
The Draw will take place on 17th December
We would also like to thank another sponsor who has supported the hall for three years running now by donating our wonderful Christmas Trees that decorate the front of the building. A big Thank you to Newcroft Garden Nursery for their support over the years.
Start 2018 in style at Stretford Public Hall as we launch new programmes for Wellbeing Tuesdays and Creative Thursdays - filling the week with a host of fantastic wellbeing and cultural activities.Read more
Join us at Stretford Public Hall’s Christmas Festival for a weekend of seasonal attractions. From 8th to the 10th December, we will be hosting a series of family friendly events and activities, kicking off with a Christmas Lights Switch On and culminating with a festive edition of our Community Cinema.
Upwards of 200 residents gathered at the Public Hall on Sunday (24 Sept) to discuss the recent plans released by Trafford Council to develop a new university and a student village in Stretford.
In particular, the refreshed masterplan proposes accomodation for 1,700 people for the Lacy Street car park as a well as a "student hub" in the Essoldo cinema - just over the road from the Hall.Read more
Stretford Singers, the Hall's community choir, held its first ever performance this month to a packed-out crowd.
The choir launched back in January this year as an open and inclusive activity for anyone to join. They come together every Wednesday evening to learn and perform a new song.Read more
Our third term of Wellbeing Tuesdays is now up and running. It is running for 8 weeks - from the 6th June until the 28th July. Please share and let your friends know about our great line up. All classes are led by experienced trainers and each class is donation-based with a suggested minimum donation of £3 waged and £1.50 unwaged.Read more
In little over two months, the community of Stretford raised over £250k to help transform the historic ballroom within Stretford Public Hall.
We launched a community share offer at the beginning of February, seeking to raise a minimum of £200,000 to restore the Victorian ballroom so it can host a range of community and cultural activities.Read more
We launched a major fundraising scheme to bring our historic ballroom back into use, with a "sell-out event" on Saturday night.
The evening celebration, hosted in the ballroom itself, kicked off a two-month campaign to raise £250,000 from the community to fund a series of essential refurbishment works which will transform the space so it can host events accommodating up to 400 people.Read more
Lofthouse, Stretford Public Hall's new creative workspace, is to launch with an open day on Saturday 29th October.
Overseen by a Creative Hub Manager, it is a space for creatives and startups to set up shop and call home. It will offer opportunities to grow as individual businesses, but also seek to create collaborative projects for both Lofthouse members and the wider community.
Whether you're currently looking for desk space or not, Lofthouse would like to invite you to come and see our amazing co-working space and hopefully join us.
More details of the open day to follow. Details of the desk space offering can be found here.
Friends of Stretford Public Hall are looking for a number of volunteers to support activities in the Hall as it moves forwards with transforming the space into a multi-use arts and cultural centre. We are particularly looking for people who would be interested in building services and receptionist roles with more information on the roles and how to apply below.
We are always interested in people joining our wider volunteer team too, to support on areas such as events, communications, fundraising and heritage and education. Sign-up here now.Read more