We are a club founded in 1948 that aims to stimulate interest in local history, archaeology, nature study and the countryside in general.
Meetings are at 7.30 p.m. on the 4th Monday of the month from September to April, in The Salvation Army Hall, Roe Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6PH.
There are coach trips from May to October to locations such as Elsecar Museum, Barnsley and Chirk Castle, Wales.
President Mr Alan Whitehurst
Chairwoman Mrs Gill Barber
Secretary Mr Roy Gilmartin
Mrs Susan Titford
Monday September 24th
Ashbourne, Gateway to Dovedale
Discover Ashbourne's history through the ages, its famous names and local traditions
Monday 8th October
70th Anniversary Tea
Waterside Restaurant, Tittesworth
Further details from Gill Barber
Monday 22nd October
One Man and His Dogs
From the school-leaver who was given a pup, to the man who achieved his dream of competing in 'One Man & His Dog'
Monday 26th November
The History & Work of the Peak District from Friends of the Peak
How the friends challenge and campaign to maintain the beauty and tranquillity of the area
Monday January 28th
Concorde with an 'e'
A journey of a lifetime with Concorde, one of the technical marvels of the age!
Monday February 25th
The Bollin Valley, Pt 3. Ringway to Dunham Massey
Keith continues his journey along the River Bollin looking at people & places along the way
Monday March 25th
The Wild Orchids of the Peak District
A mixture of ecology, social history and fascinating insights into these amazing plants
Monday April 29th
Please note that the date has been changed from April 22nd in order to avoid coinciding with bank holiday.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust
Reserves Manager from CWT
The work done by the Trust in our area e.g. Danes Moss
Field Club Annual Membership Fee: £12.00
Visitors: £2.00 per evening