On this page we list events and news relating to Ainsworth, Bradley Fold and nearby:
12th Radcliffe Brownies:
The group has now restarted and girls who were in the 12th Radcliffe Brownies should have had notification of this - if not then they can contact the group by emailing Radcliffe12th.Brownies@outlook.com
There may be vacancies. Anyone who wishes to put their daughter's name on the waiting list should also email and they will be given instructions as to how to register their interest
Rainbow Leader urgently needed – Amy, the current leader of 12th Radcliffe Rainbows (based here in Ainsworth), has stepped down and unless a new leader can be found (to work with the other leaders) then, sadly, the unit will not re-open in January. If you feel you may be able to volunteer to help and want further details, then, on a no commitment basis, email the Division Commissioners at email@example.com
Ainsworth History Society meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:00pm in the White Horse. All welcome. (NB There are no meetings in July and August 2018).
'Every child deserves a happy home ...' the Bury Adoption and Fostering Unit are looking for new foster carers. Interested, follow this link.
Local Link For several years, Ainsworth Community Association has been trying to get a bus link between Ainsworth and Tottington for residents wishing to visit the Tottington Medical Practice. The good news is, Transport for Greater Manchester have now extended their door to door 'Local Link' minibus service to facilitate this.
Users must first register here. Thereafter you book a pickup time (minimum 30 mins notice and subject to availability) on 0161 200 6012.
The cost is:
Adult single or concessionary before 9.30 am, £2.60
60+ yrs after 9.30 am, or child /disabled, £1.25
Please make use of this service or we will lose it!
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