We meet every Wednesday morning from 10.00am to 12 noon in Disley Community Centre. Entry is £1 and for this you can have as many cups of tea/coffee, home made cake and biscuits as you wish. We also go on various outings. Everyone is welcome and we like to meet new people because strangers are just friends we have yet to meet.
We meet on the second Wednesday of each month (except August) in High Lane Village Hall at 7.30pm. If you enjoy looking at beautiful flowers and want an evening out in a friendly atmosphere then come and join us.
Established in the 1930’s, the Disley and New Mills Angling Club operates in the High Peak, Peak District National Park and Cheshire. The club lease Disley Dam, off Red Lane, from Disley Parish Council and this is one of the most popular of club waters.For more information, please see contact details above or visit our website.
Disley Amalgamated Sports Club is a multi-sports club run by its members for its members and membership is open to all. At the club we strive to offer a friendly, affordable sports facilities with unrivalled views over Lyme Park. A comfortable lounge bar with viewing balcony provides essential after sport relaxation and is also available for private functions.
Founded in 1973, the society is a friendly welcoming group which meets every Monday from 9.00am to 12.30pm at the Quaker Meeting House on Ring O’ Bells Lane.We have members with a wide range of experience and, in addition to working on our own projects, we have a number of workshops and demonstrations during the year.
This guided walk is open to all without charge – but walkers & guests are expected to take full responsibility for their own well being, appropriate clothing, footwear and water supply, especially as the hot, dry weather is likely to continue.
Shutlingsloe – the Cheshire Matterhorn
Wednesday 18th July
Meet in Disley Station Approach at 9.30 am to share
cars to Wildboarclough.
From the car park at Clough House Farm
(GR. SJ9874069877, postcode SK11 0BD) the route goes
to Banktop and then up to Shutlingsloe coming down via
Macclesfield Forest, Standing Stone and Broughspace.
It is possible to drop out between Standing Stone and
Broughsplace and walk back down the valley by road to
Clough House. Otherwise carry on to Torgate Farm,
Chest Hollow and the Cat and Fiddle. From there the
route goes back to Clough House Farm via Cumberland
In total the walk is 6.8 miles with two long climbs.
Please wear suitable clothing and footwear and bring a
If the current hot weather continues, a hat, sun cream
and water are essential.
Leader: Steve Brown tel. 765043
Did you know that Disley is an ancient village and was originally called Dystelegh? There is evidence for its existence from the 13th Century and possibly as far back as Anglo-Saxon Times. If you are interested to know more about the history of our village then why not come along to one of our meetings at Disley Community Centre where you will receive a very warm welcome.