A FIVE-mile walk in aid of Wirral Hospice St John’s takes place this Friday.

Now in its third year, Glow with the flow will follow a circular route around West Kirby and Hoylake, starting and ending at Tanskey’s Bistro at Coronation Gardens.

It starts at 7pm, with glow sticks provided.

For more details and to sign-up visit wirralhospice.org/glow or email the organisation’s fundraising officer Sarah Burgess at Sarahb@wirralhospice.org

Residents Meeting

Devonshire Park Residents Association AGM will be held tonight (Wednesday, October 10) at St Joseph’s Club in Greenbank Road Birkenhead at 7.30pm.

History fair

OXTON History Fair will take place this Saturday, October 13.

Held at Christchurch in Bessborough Road, Oxton, it will feature displays; including old photographs and maps.

Local history groups will be there to show you their materials and answer your questions.

There will also be short talks.

Charity concert 

THE Deeside Singers will feature in a charity concert, entitled A Musical Mixture from Madrigals to Mermaids at St Peter's Centre in Heswall Lower Village week on Monday, October 22.

It starts at 1pm, doors open at 12.30pm. Tickets, £5, are available from Alan Bradshaw on 342 3587, Lingham's Bookshop in Heswall or at the door.

The concert is presented by Heswall Friends of the Phil. and proceeds will go to Liverpool Philharmonic's 'Love Music from the First Note' appeal and Wirral Hospice St John's.


A "Meditation &  Mindfulness" class takes place every Thursday at Hoylake Community Centre, Hoyle Road. It starts at 7.30pm. All  welcome. Details from 652 2210.

Haunting tales

DR Rob Gandy will give a talk entitled Things that go bump in the car - exploring local stories of phantom hitchhikers and road ghosts - in aid of Wirral Hospice St John’s next month.

Taking place at Tranmere Rovers Football Club on Thursday November 8, it starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets, £5 in advance, from 0151 343 0778.

Author's talk

WALLASEY author Mary Torjussen, whose psychological thrillers have been published across the UK, Europe and America, is special guest of the Friends of Wallasey Village Library at 7pm this Thursday.

Twice published Mary, currently writing her third book, took redundancy to become a writer after teaching for 30 years.

Admission is free, simply turn up at Wallasey Village Library, 40 Wallasey Village, for a 7pm start.


NEW Brighton Townswomen's Guild meets this Thursday at Emmanuel Church Hall in Seabank Road, Wallasey it starts at 1.45pm. There will be a presentation, tea and cake, raffles and friendly conversation.

Record fair

A RECORD Fair will be held at Bromborough Civic Centre this Saturday from 10am-4pm.

Organised by VOD Music it will feature 28 stalls of music across on all formats Vinyl, CDs and DVDs. There will also be memorabilia and merchandise. Admission is free.

For more details, call Colin on 07904688739 or email: enquiries@vodmusic.co.uk

Art exhibition

IRBY Artists' Association’s art and crafts exhibition takes place next month.

It will be held at St Chad's Church Hall in Roslin Road, Irby on Saturday, November 10 from 10am-5pm.

Admission is free. Refreshments are available.

Get crafty

A HOST of Hallowe'en-themed art and craft projects for children - including painting, Playdough, colouring and sticking - will take place at Hoylake Parade Community Centre on Wednesday, October 24 (10.30-11.30am) and Heswall Hall on Thursday October 25 (1.30pm-2.30pm). Details from craftykidswirral.co.uk

Irby Probus club

IRBY and Thurstaston Probus is looking for new members.

Open to retired ladies and gents it meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Holiday Inn Express in Hoylake for lunch at 12.30pm followed with an after dinner speaker.

In addition, it holds special events in June and December.

Details from George Goodall on 648 2610.

Garden Society

CAROL Seery is Hoylake & District Gardening Society’s guest when it meets next week.

She will give an illustrated talk entitled Adding Colour to your Garden for Winter during the meeting at St Michael & All Angels Church Centre in Newton on Thursday, October 18.

It starts at 7.30pm.

Admission £2, including refreshments.

Sign language

A BRITISH Sign Language group meets at Mayer hall in Bebington every Monday at 6.30pm.

For more details phone or text 07986656178.

Grange Probus club

GRANGE Probus Club for retired gents meets at Peel Hey, Frankby, on the first Wednesday each month.

Sessions feature lunch, lively conversation and interesting talks by speakers on a variety of subjects – nothing too brain taxing!

If you would like to join, call Peter Bale on 334 3965 or email: grange.probus@ gmail.com for details.

WI needs you

POULTON Lancelyn Women's Institute is looking for more members.

It meets in the small hall at Poulton Lancelyn School, Venables Drive, Spital on second Wednesday of the month at 6.30pm.

The group has guest speakers and organises days out, theatre visits and craft mornings.

Details, Teresa on 343 0403.

Charity talk

CLATTERBRIDGE Hospital League Of Friends is holding a fundraising event at Wirral Rugby Club on Friday, November 23, there will be a talk by local historian Gavin Hunter entitled Wirral, a history from the air.

This will be followed by a buffet. Starts at 7pm. Tickets, £15, and details from 334 2937.

Go walking

WIRRAL Ramblers visit Tintwistle in the Peak District on Sunday. Details, www.wirralramblers.org

AGM WEST Kirby Old Girls’ Association’s annual general meeting takes place on Saturday, November 3 at 2.15pm. Admission £6. To book place, call 632 1701.


WALLASEY-based St Paul's Musical Theatre Company's production of Lionel Bart's classic Oliver! will be staged later this month.

The show - at the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight from October 25 to 27 - features the songs As long as he needs me, Food, glorious food, Consider yourself, Where is love and You've got to pick a pocket or two. 

Tickets are from the group's ticket secretary on 342 4718 or theatre box office on 643 8757.

Martial arts

JEET Kune Do Martial Arts School (Wirral) is looking for more members. Open Tuesday and Friday each week (7.30pm-8.30pm). Details from Alex on 07867694084.


A MEDAU rhythmic movement class takes place once a week at the Victory Hall in Salacre Lane, Upton. Cost is £3.50. Suitable for mature ladies as it is danced base.

Details on the venue and time from Christine Browne on 01244 329988.

Welsh Society

BIRKENHEAD Welsh Society meets on alternate Mondays at Seion Chapel in Laird Street, Birkenhead, starting at 7.30pm. Details from the group's secretary on 644-0419.

Acting classes

ACTING classes are held at Hoylake Community Centre on Thursdays.

Run by Rocket Theatre Company, they are suitable for beginners and those with experience.

An afternoon class or evening class are available.

Details from www.adultactingclasses.co.uk or contact Martin on 07788 723570 or email martin@adultactingclasses.co.uk

Sit fit

CHAIR-based exercise for all takes place every Monday at Moreton Presbyterian Church in Moreton from 1-2pm.

Details from Heather on 07925 076 914.

Pottery classes

POTTERY classes for adults and children take place on Mondays and Wednesdays.

The two or three-hour drop in sessions will take place from 10am-9pm.

Full details from jccermaics on the craftcourses.com website or telephone Joan on 07803848212.

Accordion club

WIRRAL Accordion Group is looking for more members.

It meets on Tuesdays at 7pm. Details from 608 3273.

Singers wanted

THE Capriccio Singers - a small mixed-voice choir - is looking to recruit new members for its tenor and bass section.

They meet every Friday from 7.30- 9.30pm in Wallasey. Details from capricciosingers.co.uk

Ladies bowling

VICTORIA Park Ladies Bowling Club is looking for new members.

Details from Beryl Preston on 644 8770 or Dee Butler on 334 3386.

To advertise your event, for free, on our noticeboard, email craig.manning@ nqnw.co.uk or call 649 4050