A CHILDREN'S day nursery marked the first anniversary of its opening with a party.

More than 100 people turned up for the Mulberry Tree Day Nursery Ltd's celebration at Hoylake rugby club on Sunday afternoon.

Organised by the Market Streetbased nursery's manager Claire Gormley, the family event featured a bouncy castle, face-painting, children's entertainment and appearances from characters including Spiderman and Batman.

Book fair

WIRRAL Book Fair will be held at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton this Saturday from 11am-4pm.

Books for all tastes and ages will be available, including local history, vintage children’s favourites, annuals ranging from Dr Who to Beano and Dandy and wide range of maritime and railway books.

Family friendly and admission is Free. Details from 07914737887

Cream tea

THE 1st Bromborough Boys' Brigade is holding an afternoon cream tea in aid of their sponsored school, Mocho Primary, in Malawi this Saturday.

Held in the Church Hall at Bromborough Methodist in All - port Lane from 2.30-4pm it will feature hand-crafted cards and craft items will be on sale.

The aim is to raise the money to provide the children at Mocho Primary with their breakfast which is their only daily meal.

Summer fair

WALLASEY Ladybirds' summer fair will be held at the Grosvenor Ballroom in Liscard this Saturday (1pm).

Proceeds will go to local charities.


WEST Kirby Concourse Badminton Group is looking for new players.

It plays each Monday and Thursday morning from 10am midday.

Details from Margaret (625 7042) or David (648 3826).

Mystery night

A MURDER mystery entitled Murder at the pantomime will be performed at Seacombe United Reformed Church Hall in Brougham Road, Wallasey this Friday (June 14). Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets, £5, from 630 7006.

Film and TV

TELEVISION, film and theatre acting classes are held in Birkenhead every Monday.

Sessions for 13 to 17-year-olds will take place 6pm.

Adult sessions start at 7pm.

Classes will lead to professional film production.

To enrol and for more details, call 07399163374 or email flaybrickfilms@aol.com School fair

BROOKDALE Primary School's summer fair takes place on Saturday from 11am -2pm.

There will be music, BBQ, beer tent, bouncy castles, Acrinova gymnastic displays, Moonshine Owls, games, raffle, Tombolas, face-painting and lots more.

Free entry.


A 'MEDITATION & Mindfulness' class takes place in the Caldy Room at Hoylake Community Centre in Hoyle Road every Thursday at 7.30pm. De - tails from 0151 652 2210.

Summer lunch

WIRRAL Grammar School Old Girls' Summer Lunch takes place at the Brook Hall Hotel, Childer Thornton on Sunday, June 30, starting at 1pm.

Former pupils welcome to attend.

Details from wgsoga@ hot-mail.co.uk

Dance on Ice

DEESIDE Ice Dancers are looking for new recruits to this highly rewarding sport.

If you are interested, call or text 07836-590875 for details of how to get started. Summer Fair

BROMBOROUGH Village Summer fair will be held this Saturday at St Barnabas Church in Bromborough from 10am-4pm.

It will feature food stalls, a bouncy castle, classic motorbikes and Morris dancing. Toilet twinning

HESWALL and District Soroptimists is launching a campaign to make Heswall a toilet twinned town.

To find out more about the initiative, there will be launch at Heswall Library on Saturday, June 15 at 11am.

Details from Sue on 353 8246 or Glenys on 632 6803.

Summer music

AN evening of classical music featuring musicians from the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will be held at St Stephen's Church in Prenton next Friday, June 15.

It starts at 7.30pm. Call 608 3638 for more details.

Bowls club

GREENHEYS Ladies Bowling Club, a friendly (non league) group is looking for new members.

It play bowls in Central Park, Wallasey on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.

If you are interested, call Dorothy for more details on 678 6330.

Bible society

A BIBLE Society Family Picnic will be held n the garden of St. Hildeburgh’s Vicarage in Stanley Road, Hoylake this Saturday afternoon from 1-3pm.

New Brighton TG

NEW Brighton Townswomen's Guild meets this Thursday (June 13) at Emmanuel Church Hall, 158a Seabank Road, Wal - lasey.

There will be a talk entitled 'Shop 'til you drop', tea and cake, raffles and friendly conversation.

More details from Barbara on 522 0223.

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