September has already seen successful community events held at Crescent Park and Manchester Road Park – still to come this month is the Scarecrow Festival & Artisan Market being held around St John’s church in Heaton Mersey and, if you like to get out & about on your bike, then Sustainable Living in the Heatons have their monthly bike ride. In October, a wide range of music, art & cultural events will be taking place as part of Heart of the Heatons. For businesses, weekly drop-in session are now underway – do take advantage of the opportunity to come see me to discuss any issues/ideas/projects.



Saturday, 22 September:

  • SLH monthly bike ride – Wythenshawe Park – meet 10:15am at The Moor Top pub
  • Heaton Mersey Collective Scarecrow Festival & Artisan Market – St John’s Road & St John’s Church – 11am-3pm


  • 05-14 October: Heart of the Heatons – music, arts & culture festival throughout the Heatons
  • Sunday, 07 October: Heaton Moor Market, Shaw Road, 11am-3pm
  • Saturday, 13 October: SLH monthly bike ride – Dunham Massey – meet 10:15am at The Moor Top

Business Drop-in Sessions:

  • Thursday, 20 September: Juno Cafe, Heaton Moor Top, 10am-11am
  • Thursday, 27 September: Pokusevski’s, Shaw Road, 10am-11am
  • Thursday, 04 October: Feed, Heaton Chapel, 10-11am
  • Thursday, 11 October: The Heaton, 1:30-2:30pm

Non-shop front business meeting:

  • Tuesday, 06 November: 10-11am (venue tbc)








Four Heatons Traders Association

Four Heatons Traders Association

Making the Heatons a better place to live, work and prosper