13 February – Manchester Weekly News

13 February – Manchester Weekly News

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This weeks Manchester weekly news column

Happy valentines weekend to all those that have love in their hearts this weekend.

We will be spending some time together as a family and taking Isaac to watch a movie. Nothing romantic, it’s called “goosebumps” and I am sure he will love it.

Another busy week at the retreat, we have just completed our asbestos survey and our next stop is to tender for the roof. Our support is on the increase and our lodge is well and truly open.
Whilst visitors are very welcome to both sites, where possible, if you could call us first to check that there is someone to receive you on; 01457 680023 ( Ashton and Glossop) – this also gives us the option to protect our beneficiaries privacy too.

We are just in the process of booking up “Reu the Gnu” for world book day. We very much look forward to sharing him with some local schools. Giving our mascot a chance to bring some sunshine to assemblies and also the opportunity to meet his creator and Author Victoria.
Reu the Gnu has a very busy social calendar and you too can run with him this May at the mini or junior run on the 21st of May or the Manchester 10k on the 22nd of may – mail; run@reubensretreat.org for more details.

Thanks this week to the pubs that hosted pub aid last Sunday and raised for our cause, the Hadfield conservative club and Tracey, the Hare and Hounds at Simmondley – great effort teams! Also thank you’s this week to Alison Evans and Bingley Grammar school, Elizabeth and Dorothy from Thirsk, Carrier Travel, Mottram hall hotel and all that supporter their evening around the world, Bridgetots, Roe cross Green and customers, and Alan Massey for his incredible boxing efforts in December. Also birthday greetings and thank you’s to Francis Day too.

I hope that wherever you are this weekend, that someone shows you some kindness and I hope that all those looking for love find a little love too.

Happy valentine’s !

Please SHARE the love x

Mummy

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