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Wirral community noticeboard round-up
Updated 2:45pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014 in News
HISTORIAN Gavin Hunter will be Bebington Family History group’s guest when it meets next week.
He will talk about the townships of the Mersey coast of Wirral during the meeting on Monday, April 28. It takes place at Bebington Civic Centre, starting at 7.30pm.
A family fun day in aid of Heswall Inner Wheel Club takes place at St Michael’s church centre, Pensby on Monday, May 5.
On the day there will be Morris dancers, a Maypole, beat the goalie, refreshments and other stores. It takes place from 11am-3pm and admission is free.
Wallasey U3A, an organisation for retired and semi-retired people, meets this Thursday, April 24.
Guest David Haynes will give a talk entitled The blind side of being funny and the funny side of being blind.
Taking place at the Grosvenor Assembly Rooms Grosvenor Street, Liscard, it starts at 10.30am. Entrance fee is £1 and includes refreshments.
Paul Kenyon will talk about birds of the Geelong and The Otway Region as Wirral Bird Club's guest this Thursday.
These important migration areas are where birds winter from Tasmania and summer from Northern Australia.
Thursday's talk takes place at Kingsmead School Hall, Bertram Drive, Hoylake, starting at 8pm. Details are from www.wirralbirdclub.com
Dr Paul Booth will give a talk entitled Wirral in Turmoil at St Bridget's Centre in West Kirby this Friday.
Organised by Friends of West Kirby Museum the talk, focusing on the borough in 1353 AD, starts at 7.30pm. It takes place at the venue in St Bridget's Lane. Tickets £5.
Hoylake cinema club presents a screening of Iranian drama A Separation this Friday.
It stars Leila Hatami and Peyman Moaadi as a middle-class couple living in Tehran, whose differing ambitions for the future lead them to the family courts.
It will be screened at Hoylake Parade in Hoyle Road at 7.30pm. For more details or to book visit www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk
Traders in Seabank Road, Wallasey are holding an afternoon of events to celebrate St. George's Day on Saturday, April 26.
There will be costumes, flags, games, Town Cryer, charity stalls, face painting, and a 'sing along' of English songs with Lormac Singers at 4pm in their Cockney costumes. Refreshments available. It takes place from 3-7pm.
West Kirby Farmers' Market will be held at St Andrew's Church Hall in Graham Road, West Kirby on Saturday from 9-1pm.
For details, visit www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk
David Kelso will be The Railway Correspondence & Travel Society’s guest when it meets on Monday.
He will give a talk entitled South of the Border steam in the 1950s & 1960s during the meeting, which tales place in the Town Crier opposite Chester railway station at 7.30pm. Visitors will be welcome to attend on donating £2 to help defray meeting expenses.
Rock and roll band Mike Byrne and the Sunrockers will appear at Heswall British Legion in Pensby Road, Heswall on Wednesday, May 5. Admission is £2.50 on door.
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