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There is a high standard of performance from a multi-age cast. It also has a research group and produces publications. The meet every last Friday in the month at members houses. This is an amateur group which produces 4 plays per year including a pantomime. A wide variety of productions is performed, often three-quarters in the round. Tricks classes - teach your dog some fun moves and create a better relationship. One to one training and advice on behaviour problems. Situated in a rural setting on the edge of Wilmslow , the club welcomes new members. The group is run on a voluntary basis and is affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
Contact by telephone or E-Mail for details of forthcoming productions and other information. They have 3 bigger events in the year including a family BBQ and a meal with partners . 01565 526822 or e-mail: [email protected] Norwegian Club is an informal lunchtime club. 01625 520855 e-mail: [email protected] There are many Norwegians living in the Wilmslow area, for those who are not free at lunchtime the best way to meet other Norwegians/Scandinavians is to contact The Scandinavian Seamen's Church in Liverpool. Wilmslow Decorative & Fine Arts Society (NADFAS) This is a member of the National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies. An entertaining indoor programme of slide shows and guest speakers is held at Wilmslow Guild on the last Friday of each month from September to April, starting at 7.45 p.m. The group was set up with the objective of promoting higher standards of driving, therefore increasing road safety among members of the public within Wilmslow and surrounding areas. 01625 548418 e-mail [email protected], Wilmslow Albion FC Oakwood Farm, Styal Road, Styal, Wilmslow Tel: 01625 535823 Wilmslow Albion, formed in 1919, is one of the longest established clubs in Cheshire.
RMC provides programs and courses of higher education and professional development to meet the needs of the Canadian Forces and the Department of National Defence.
RMC is responsible to: The RMC mission is to educate, train and develop Officer Cadets for leadership careers of effective service in the Canadian Forces-Canadian Forces Air Command, Canadian Forces Maritime Command and Canadian Forces Land Force Command.
The Royal Military College of Canada, Canada's Military University, prepares officer-cadets for a career in the profession of arms and continues the development of other Canadian Forces members and civilians with interest in defence issues.
Monday: 7.00 - 8.00pm Vernon Vamps club This is a friendly, relaxed non league ladies club. 07909531505The club is a member of the Warrington League . We have a very successful 2nd XV in the North West Intermediate Rugby Union League as well as a 3rd XV and Veterans XV.