Enjoying companionship and doing things together

Marple Senior Citizen Association - MSCA -www.marplesca.org.uk

MSCA supported Activities:

Sequence Dancing



Every Monday in the Hall:


In the Hall.





Thursday: 10.00-12.00

Every Thursday morning

In the Committee Room.


Singalong Group:


Tuesday’s & Thursday’s

12.00-1.00pm in the Hall.

Click on “Luncheon Club” above to see details of membership and price of all meals.


The last Tuesday of the month.

At 14.00-16.00

In the Hall.Don’t worry if you think you can’t sing it’s for pleasure only, so come and join the fun !!!


          MSCA Membership required


Alternate Wednesday’s:


In the Hall.




Alternate Wednesday’s:


In the Hall.


We also have a games room, recently refurbished, where members can play:





Table Tennis,



Tea making facilities are also available  In the games room.

Games Room:


Every 2nd and 4th. Thursday

14.00-16.00 in the Hall.

Contact: Marie on 427 3632



Carers Group and exercise

Available during normal opening times, subject to existing use.

         A small charge is made when attending the above groups

                                        to fund tea and coffee.


Please note that Ma Jong and Scrabble plus Guitar lessons etc. take place in the Committee Room which is accessed by a stairway which is sadly not suitable for those with a physical disability.


Contact the Club on 427 3632 for more details of these activities :

Bridge Group (Games Room)

MA JONG Group (Committee Room)

Every Wednesday at 2.00pm until 4.00pm.


To join in enquire on the day.

 Every fortnight on Tuesday’s.


Membership of the Marple U3A is required to join this group.

       Enquire on the day.

Text Box: Owing to lack of use by members, the GAMES ROOM is under revue and the facility may well be withdrawn.

Come and join us every Wednesday morning in the lounge, 10.00am until midday, for our new Knit, a Natter and Craft Groupand have some refreshments while you’re enjoying the company and being creative.

                MSCA Membership NOT required.

                       55yrs plus age group

              It is hoped that non members will

                    become members of MSCA.


Items made are sold for local charity groups and raising money for cancer charities.

MSCA supports the Raising Hope Charity Shop on Hollins Lane.

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“Knit and Natter Group” in the lounge

Recently the group raised £61.00 for MacMillan Nurses by selling products they had made.