On Sunday 15th July from 1pm – 3pm we had a fantastic afternoon with picnics and the musical talents of St Johns Castle Brass Band. We hope to put on more of these events in the future so keep watching
Ryecroft Hall was first listed as a grade II listed building on 31st May 1966 and has recently become Audenshaw’s civic building. This has then inspired further interest in ensuring the preservation of this beautiful building. Historic England are due to
With the support of Tameside Councillors and in particular Councillor Teresa Smith there has been a new memorial stone placed at Ryecroft Hall to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice and in thanks for those who have returned safely. This
Very proud to have the Polling Station here for local Audenshaw residents to elect Manchester new Mayor. Ryecroft Hall is a very accessible building with plenty of parking and is open until 10.00pm this evening.
We have a fantastic night coming up for you all this summer. On Friday 7th July Ryecroft Hall presents a Rock and Roll night with Steve Weston. There’ll be a raffle and bar with hot roast beef muffins and onions.
Cardiac Arrest can affect anyone and as you probably know, defibrillators save lives. Lives of all ages, every single week. Survival rates fall by 10% every minute without action, yet using a defibrillator within three minutes of a cardiac arrest
John Ousey (1799 -1875) was considered to be leading person in the establishment of the Audenshaw government board. He was the local registrar and was well known and respected in the area for his work to support the people of Audenshaw. The
In May 2016 we heard the fantastic news that we had won a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service which is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK. Any group of two or more people doing volunteering work can be
We are very proud that Ryecroft Hall has been recognised at Audenshaw’s civic building. A civic building is often in a central landmark in the geographical or business centre of a town or city. They are frequently the pride