Macclesfield Community History

Free Little Book Exchange

Thanks to the MCA (Macclesfield Community Association) Macclesfield now has it's own Little Free Library in front of the Institute on Venables Street, built by George Reeves and appearing in late 2018. In general they are the size of a dollhouse, the idea being that locals browse, take one, and leave a replacement.

Besides inviting people to read, no doubt it provides an opportunity for people to meet each other, and helps Macclesfield become a community rather than a neighbourhood.

Free Little Book Exchange

Free Little Book Exchange

Free Little Book Exchange

Free Little Book Exchange


Craftsman George Reeves



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Bridging the History

the First Nation people's
living history in our region.


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Visit the new Macclesfield Community History online store and share our passion for local history. Also available in our local Post Office in the main street.

- "At Work, The Macclesfield Cheese Factory 1937-1975 (New Release)" and
- "Macclesfield - Reflections along the Angas" edited by Jim Faull.

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The Institute is OPEN
on the 2nd Wednesday
of each month
from 2 – 4 pm.
Everyone welcome!

Macclesfield Market

Monthly Sunday,
except January
starting 3rd May

Visit the Facebook page for more information from the Maccy Community Association.

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