St Martin's Low Marple Heritage Trust Archive
This section of the web site is for older news, reports and articles we don't want to loose.
Archived articles and older news:
Friday 29 April 2022
Illustrated lecture in church at 7.30pm
The Arts and Crafts Movement, which inspired St Martin’s church, encouraged a wave of creativity and self-expression which remains powerful to this day, as Ann Hyde explains.
Friday 12 November 2021
Illustrated Zoom presentation at 7.30pm.
The Trust describes how it has researched the stained glass at St Martin’s, including preservation and restoration methods, and explains its hopes for further work on the stained glass.
Friday 10 December 2021
Illustrated Zoom lecture at 7.30pm
St Martin’s Christmas Tree Festival returns this year (after absence due to the pandemic), and our Christmas crib will appear in church as usual. In this talk Anthony Burton considers the origins of these customs.
Friday 10 September, 2 - 6pm;
Saturday 11 September, 10 - 3pm.
The church will be open with plentiful information. Any Covid restrictions in place at the time will be observed. At present it looks as if free-flow visiting will be possible. In the Church Hall there will be a small exhibition on ‘Edible Marple’, surveying suppliers of food and hospitality in Marple from Oldknow’s day to recent times.