Other Events

Expanding our horizons

As a part of our chartered constitution, we endeavour to provide an eclectic, inclusive screening experience, to as wide an audience as possible. As well as our monthly screenings, we’re proud to have been involved in numerous other film events over the last few years.


September, 2021

PAF 5 Minute Film Festival

Our second collaboration with Prestwich Arts Festival


December, 2019


Another family Christmas event, held at The Carlton Club


October, 2019

ASFF Film Tour

A selection of entries from the Aesthetica Short Film Festival


October, 2019


Short film written and directed by local filmmaker Paul Wright


October, 2019

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Another Halloween screening at Park View Primary


Septiember, 2019

PAF 24 Hour Film Rush

48hr filmmaking competition, hosted by Prestwich Arts Festival


April, 2019

Penguins of Madagascar

Easter screening at Park View Primary School


December, 2018

Kubo and the Two Strings

A free, family screening put on over the Christmas holidays


November, 2019

Love and Bananas

A charity fundraising event to help save elephants in Thailand


October, 2018

Hotel Transylvania

A Halloween screening at Park View Primary school, organised by the PTA


October, 2017

Do You Own the Dancefloor?

Sold out screening of Hacienda documentary

In September 2017 things took an incredible turn for us when we started up our Classic Cinema Club at The Longfield Suite, right in the heart of Prestwich.


The brainchild of our dear friend and group chair, the late Nigel Devereux, this was a project leaning towards the traditional, classic, ‘old favourite’ style of movie.

Aimed at older people struggling with loneliness and social isolation, or those simply desiring a non-multiplex cinema-going experience and the opportunity to socialise, the Classic Cinema rapidly became a favourite Longfield fixture.

We were able to get the scheme off the ground thanks to partnerships we forged with Ambition For Ageing and Bury Venues (Bury MBC), and funding we received from both. Although the Classic Cinema Club is in abeyance just now, we are working on a new model that better suits us, the venue, and our partners, and hope to revivify the project in the not too distant future.