Mothers' Union - what we are doing


We extend a welcome to everyone at our branch meetings (7.30pm in the Church Hall unless otherwise stated) so please consider joining us for an evening or two! We are delighted that meetings resumed in August after the pandemic.

Bob Taylor  
Branch Leader



Dates for your diary

Oct 6   Knit and Natter

Manchester Mothers' Union (along with several other dioceses) are asking our members to take out their knitting needles to raise awareness of Modern Day Slavery.

A chain of 1129 knitted links will be made to represent the possible number of those trapped in Modern Day Slavery in Manchester. The chain will be completed and displayed in Manchester Cathedral for Anti-Slavery Day 18th October and will remain there until the end of the month.

For further information on Modern Day Slavery see The Clewer Initiative.

So we need knitters (size 3.25mm/10 needles and DK wool), stitchers (to join our links), and natterers. We shall have information available on this issue, which is present in our own communities.


Oct 20 A visit by Frances Brough who will bring a selection from the Mothers' Union shop. An opportunity to buy Christmas cards, Advent calendars, 2022 diaries and calendars,  and a selection of greetings cards. 


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