Mayor of Knutsford Cllr Andrew Malloy hosted a fundraising
BBQ on Friday night to raise money to support the Mayor’s fundraising and 2nd
Knutsford Scouts. The Mayor’s fundraising this year is raising money for a
Skate Park project in Knutsford and supporting local charitable community
sports groups promoting youth activity.
Over 60 guests and families braved the rain for the BBQ
kindly prepared and served by 2nd Knutsford Scouts. All the meat, fruit and vegetables came from
Edwards and Emmess Butchers and Jonty’s Fruit & Veg in Knutsford Market
Hall. The beer from Tatton Brewery went
down well on the bar and the guests still drank Pimms despite the grey skies!
Cllr Andrew Malloy said: “I am delighted to have been able
to raise over £540 at my first fundraising event. A big thank you to 2nd
Knutsford Scouts who manned the BBQ with a team of fantastic volunteers (both
young and old!). Thank you also to the
Deputy Mayor of Cheshire East and the Mayor of Crewe for attending and to my
Deputy Cllr Stewart Gardiner for your help on the night.”
The Mayor’s next fundraising event is a Spanish night at
Evuna, taking place on Tuesday 10th September. Tickets are £23 and
available from Mayor’s PA Annabel Irvine (01565 653 929).
already blooming with the RHS Tatton Flower Show in town, floral shop window
displays plus an upcoming visit from the Northwest In Bloom Competition judges,
and now Knutsford Town Council is inviting residents to get involved by nominating
gardens for the 2019 Knutsford Front Garden Competition.
competition, organised by the council in 2019, encourages residents to get
involved with the In Bloom campaign and either show off their own
beautiful front gardens or maybe nominate a neighbour.
competition is open to any garden which is on view to members of the public,
and anything can be nominated from window boxes to large landscaped gardens.
Residents are encouraged to snap a photo of their favourite Knutsford front
gardens and enter them into the competition by emailing the picture to the
council. Residents can nominate their own gardens, a neighbour’s garden or a
garden that they have passed on their travels.
competition has once again been sponsored by Fryers Garden Centre on Manchester
Road who will be providing prizes for the three winners. The competition will
be judged by the Town Mayor with representatives from Knutsford in Bloom and
you’re proud of your own garden or think your neighbour’s efforts have been
paying off all you need to do is send us a picture to enter it – it’s a fun,
local competition focused on recognising the spaces that brighten people’s days”
said Town Clerk, Adam Keppel-Green.
competition opened on Monday 15th July and will be open for one
month until Friday 16th August. To enter just send a photograph and
the address of the garden to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can enter as many gardens as you’d like, and can also submit entries
in person to the Council Offices on Toft Road.
Cllr Andrew Malloy, Mayor of Knutsford has today launched
the first of his fundraising events a Summer BBQ which will take place in the
evening of Friday 19th July. 2nd
Knutsford Scouts will be running the BBQ which will be held in the library
gardens, next door to the council offices next to the Council Offices on Toft
Tickets are priced at just £10 per person (£5 for children
aged 12 and under) and a cash bar will be available on the night. All proceeds raised will support the Mayor’s Charitable
Fund and 2nd Knutsford Scouts. The Mayor’s Charitable fund this
year is raising money for a Skate Park for
Knutsford and supporting local charitable community sports groups promoting
said: “Please join me and my family for this family friendly event and help raise
money for a skate park and local youth sports clubs. Come and chat to me
about my activities during the year, and perhaps your kids can speak to me
about mine and their hopes for the town too.”
For more information visit: http://www.knutsfordtowncouncil.gov.uk/council/town-mayor/fundraising or contact the Mayor’s PA Annabel Irvine: 01565 653 929; Annabel.email@example.com.
Photo: Cllr Andrew Malloy, Mayor of Knutsford (back) with members of 2nd Knutsford Scouts, Cubs and Beavers: