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2014 Events


13th to 20th July
2014 Open Championships

Royal Liverpool Golf Club
Meols Drive, Hoylake CH47 3AL
www.theopen.com
sky ride
Monday 21st July at 7.00pm
Free guided bike ride
Hooton (tootin') Evening ride to Heswall
Starting from: Hooton Station CH66 7NL
Cycling time 150 mins
Ride distance 16 miles
Suitable for Women only
For more details and to book search for the ride on www.goskyride.com

Thurs July 24th 8pm
WATER FOR LIFE

This talk investigates the challenges faced by those species of birds living in arid countries where water is scarce. Keith Offord
Kingsmead School Hall, Bertram Drive, Hoylake CH47 0LL
Wirral Bird Club www.wirralbirdclub.com

Friday 25th July 2014 at 7.00pm
Talk - The Liverpool Overhead Railway
At Burton Manor

Step back in time with renowned local author Ken Pye for an illustrated talk about the once famous 'docker's umbrella' - now sadly no longer a feature of the Liverpool waterfront.
Cheese and wine will be served after the presentation.The Sting
The Friends of Burton Manor Gardens - Enquiries and Bookings: 0151 345 1107 (answer phone - please leave a message and we will call back) or e-mail: burtonmanorgardens@gmail.com

Fri 25 July 7.30pm
The Sting

Robert Redford and Paul Newman chime in perfect harmony in this classic "Big Con" film set in 1930's Chicago, with unforgettable ragtime tunes from Marvin Hamlisch and Scott Joplin.
A Hoylake Community Cinema film, at Hoylake Parade
Licensed bar, fresh food. Doors open 6.30 & film 7.30pm
For more details or to book visit www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat July 26th, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Saturday 26th July, 2.30pm
Red Rocks: Sand, Mud and Mini-Beasts

Meet 2.30 p.m. at west end of Stanley Road, Hoylake (SJ204883), about a mile from Hoylake railway station which also has buses stop nearby.
Duration 1.5 - 2 hours.
Family-friendly walk along the shore to look at the new saltmarsh, older sand dunes and reedbeds. See what is colonising the new land and pools - there just might be some baby natterjack toads. Look for butterflies and bees and other mini-beasts.
A walk of at least a mile on sand, so stout footwear needed. Adults and children over 5 welcome (under 16s must bring an adult with them).
www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

Sunday 27th July 9.30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Scything To Success

New Ferry Butterfly Park
Learn scything techniques (special light-weight scythes available). This work will maintain the area for springtime flowers such as ladies smock.
Lunch time BBQ - bring along a contribution.
Stout footwear and waterproofs recommended.
Public transport available - the Park is next to Bebington Train Station. Map of location.
Contact: Paul Loughnane by email or telephone 0151 645 8937.
www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

Sunday 27th July 10.30am - 3.30 pm
Owl Workshop in the Coach House

Join the Wirral Barn Owl Trust on this Owl workshop in the Coach House and identify the different owl pellets and other interesting facts about owls.
Meet at the Court Yard/Coach House at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.
Sorry no dogs No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Sunday 27th July at 10.30am
West Wirral to Wales
Free guided bike ride

Starting from: West Kirby Train Station CH48 4DZ
Cycling time 240 mins
Ride distance 25 miles
Suitable for Adults 16+ only
For more details and to book search for the ride on www.goskyride.com
Hoylake Allotment Society Open Day
Sunday 27th July 12 - 4 pm
Hoylake Allotment Society Open Day

Something for all ages! Explore our Allotment Gardens. Plants, herbs & vegetables for sale, Cake & jam stall, Bric-a-brac, books & jigsaws, Burgers, refreshments & live music, Children's activities / Circus Skills, Bee keeping & wildlife, spinning demonstrations, raffle & tombola.
End of Sandringham Avenue, Hoylake (over the railway crossing near Manor Road station)

Sun Jul 27th 12 noon to 5pm
Art In The Park

A free to the public open air art fair which takes place monthly from May to September.
Run on behalf of the Friends of Coronation Gardens.
For more information see Coronation Gardens website.

Sun 27th July 2-4pm
Port Sunlight Lyceum Brass
Ashton Park Summer Concert Series

In the Upper Park Arena, Ashton Park, West Kirby
www.ashtonpark.btck.co.uk
Take a look at the Ashton Park Newsletter to see what's new in the park.

Wednesday 30th July 11am - 3pm
Ladybird Workshop at Royden Park

Come along on this summer's children's workshop and discover the wealth and range of ladybirds you can find in and around this area. This activity initially takes place in the Coach House.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear. Booking requirements: *Booking essential*
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

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Sunday 3rd August 10.30am - 12.30pm
Up Hill and Down Dale

Enjoy a Ranger led walk over Heswall Dales, taking in the river Dee and the Dungeons
Meet at Heswall Dales/Dale Farm entrance off Oldfield Road, Heswall (CH60 6SN)
Wear suitable clothing and stout footwear. Sorry no dogs. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: dantravis@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Sunday 3rd August 11am - 3pm
Summer Fun at Royden Park

Lots of activities to join in and see at this fun filled day for all the family, on the main events field at Royden Park, with Animal Ark and Birds of Prey display within the Coach House.
The Tea Servery at Royden Park is open for refreshments. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 6th August 10am - 3pm
Buggy Park Fitness
Ashton Park, West Kirby
Mondays, 10.30 - 11.30am
Wednesdays, 10.30 - 11.30am

All about Owls at Royden Park

Join us and a selection of owls for an informal educational talk followed by some fun activities that will enhance your knowledge of owls for both young and old.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear.
Booking requirements: *Booking essential* Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wed 6 August - Evening Event
Private visit to 29 Dee Park Road, Gayton CH60 3RG

Hoylake & District Gardening Society. Guests welcome.
For more information, please contact Rachel Ormrod, vice chairman, on 625 7604 or rachelormrod1@gmail.com

Sunday 10th August 10am - 4pm
Static Live Birds of Prey Display - Coach House, Royden Park

Visit Royden Park today and see these wonderful Birds of Prey from all over the world within the Coach House. These are all birds of Steve Dewsnap of Rockcliffe Raptors.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Sorry no dogs within the Coach House. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 13th August 1.30pm - 3pm
Be a Nature Detective at Royden Park

Come along on this summer's children's event and have a go at being a nature detective at Royden Park. Collect your clues between the above times.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 13th Aug 6.30pmThe Taming Of The Shrew
The Taming Of The Shrew

Folksy Theatre will be performing this open-air Shakespeare production at Port Sunlight Village in The Dell.
Baptista has declared that no one may court his youngest daughter Bianca until first her older sister, the ill-tempered Katherine, is married. Petruchio, a brash young man from Verona, agrees to marry Katherine - but can he tame her? Set in the rockin' 50's, it's The Shrew as you've never seen it before. This production is filled with live music, large characters and guarantees to have audiences of young and old alike, laughing along.
Bring along your picnics, blankets, folding chairs and friends and family to enjoy this wonderful outdoor performance.
For more info or to book, visit www.folksytheatre.co.uk/Open-Air_Shakespeare.html
Pre-booked tickets 8 - 12 (35 for family ticket). On door tickets 10 - 15

Wednesday 13th August 8.30pm - 10.30pm
Bat night at Royden Park

Join the Ranger on this evening stroll and discover where bats live and hunt.
Meet at the Court Yard/Coach House at Royden Park.
Special requirements: Wind/waterproof clothing and stout footwear are essential. Sorry no dogs.
Booking requirements: *Booking essential* Please contact Royden Park on 0151 677 7594
E-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk

Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th August 10am - 4pm
Peninsula Arts and Crafts Display in the Coach House, Royden Park

Come and see a variety of crafts all on display in the Coach House at Royden Park. Browse, purchase or potter.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments.

Sunday 17th August at 10.00am
Old Railway Route
Free guided bike ride

Starting from: Hooton Railway Station Hooton CH66 7NL
Cycling time 105 mins
Ride distance 15 miles
Suitable for 8+ (children 8-15 with adult)
For more details and to book search for the ride on www.goskyride.com

Sunday 17th August 1.30pm - 3pm
I-Spy Fun at Royden Park

Come along on this summer's children's event and enjoy an I- Spy fun Royden Park. Collect your clues between the above times.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Tuesday 19th August - Sunday 31st August 11am - 4pm
Art Exhibition at the Coach House Royden Park

Come and see a variety of paintings all on display in the Coach House at Royden Park. Browse, purchase or potter.
Including a children's workshop all within the Coach House.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments.

Wednesday 20th August 1.30pm - 3pm
Wild Bug Hunt at Royden Park

Come along on this summer's children's event and have a go at a Wild Bug Hunt at Royden Park. This activity starts at the Coach House/Court Yard then promptly moves out into other parts of Royden Park.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 20th August 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Fun Scavenger Hunt at Heswall Dales

Come along on this summer's children's event and an excuse to explore and have fun collecting clues and learning about Heswall Dales.
Meet at Heswall Dales/Dale Farm entrance off Oldfield Road, Heswall (CH60 6SN). Sorry no dogs. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: dantravis@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Friday 22nd - Monday 25th August
Hoylake Beer Festival

At The Parade in conjunction with Peerless Breweries over the August Bank Holiday for four days.
There will be over 80 real ales, ciders, wines, live music and hot food stalls.
Hoylake Parade is a registered charity and is currently raising money for a lift to enable disabled access to our many classes and facilities on the first floor of our community building. All monies raised from the Beer Festival will go towards this very worthwhile cause.
Updates will appear on this page soon.

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat Aug 23rd, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Sun 24th August 2-4pm
Peninsula Jazzmen
Ashton Park Summer Concert Series

In the Upper Park Arena, Ashton Park, West Kirby
www.ashtonpark.btck.co.uk
Take a look at the Ashton Park Newsletter to see what's new in the park.

Bank Holiday Monday 25th August 1.30pm - 3.30pm
The beauty of Heathlands at Heswall

Join the Ranger and Cheshire Wildlife Trust on this guided walk and discover the beauty and wildlife of these heathland habitats within Heswall. The sites are Cleaver Heath and Heswall Dales.
Meet: Cleaver Heath on Oldfield Road, Heswall. Wear warm and waterproof clothing and stout footwear. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 27th August 1.30pm - 3pm
Explore Royden Park

Come along on this summer's children's event and have a go at Fun Explore activities at Royden Park. This activity starts at the Coach House/Court Yard then promptly moves out into other parts of Royden Park.
Meet at the Coach House/Court Yard at Royden Park. The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. Wear outdoor clothing and footwear. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Fri 29 Aug 7.30pmShow Your Own
The Big Easy

Hugely enjoyable crime drama set in New Orleans. Starring Dennis Quaid as a police lieutenant and Ellen Barkin as a state district attorney investigating alleged police corruption.
A Hoylake Community Cinema film, at Hoylake Parade
Licensed bar, fresh food. Doors open 6.30 & film 7.30pm
For more details or to book visit www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk

Sat 30th August 10am-4pm
Show Your Own

Hoylake Allotment Society and Melrose Hall host a fruit, vegetable & produce show.
Classes include vegetables, crafts, flowers, wine...
More details from The HELP Shop, or tel 0151 632 2152

Sun Aug 31st 12 noon to 5pm
Art In The Park

A free to the public open air art fair which takes place monthly from May to September.
Run on behalf of the Friends of Coronation Gardens.
For more information see Coronation Gardens website.

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Tues 2nd September - 10:30am - 3:30pm
Royden Park Volunteer Group

Join the Rangers and other volunteers and help with conservation tasks, such as woodland and heathland management, footpath construction and clearing, fencing and way marking and any other on site work.
We meet every Tuesday throughout the year at the Rangers Office Royden Park.
Suitable clothing and footwear and please bring food and drink for the day.
No booking required. For further enquiries telephone:0151 677 7594 Email:midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk
Fri Sep 5th 7 for 7.30 pm start
The historic villages of Wirral's Dee coastline

An illustrated talk from popular local historian, Gavin Hunter. The talk covers the history of the ports and villages of Wirral's Dee coastline from Chester to West Kirby following the decline and fall as the river silted up and changed it's course.
At St Bridget's Centre, West Kirby.

Sat Sep 6th 10am-4pm
Heritage Day at St Bridget's Centre.

THE BIG HISTORY BOOK SALE. Hundreds of local history books for sale at discounted prices.
Visit West Kirby Museum, Church open all day, morning guided tour of the church (booking essential Menai Dillon 07778391919), see the Hogback Stone, hands on activities for all the family, displays of old West Kirby, West Kirby Remembers World War One Exhibition.
Refreshments
sky ride
Sunday 7th September, 9.00am
Sky Ride Liverpool

A huge, fantastic traffic-free bike ride in Liverpool.
For more details and to book go to www.goskyride.com/LiverpoolSkyRide

Sunday 7th September 10.30am - 12.30pm
Up Hill and Down Dale

Enjoy a Ranger led walk over Heswall Dales, taking in the river Dee and the Dungeons
Meet at Heswall Dales/Dale Farm entrance off Oldfield Road, Heswall (CH60 6SN)
Wear suitable clothing and stout footwear. Sorry no dogs. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: dantravis@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Wed 10 September 7.15pm
Colour in Leaves by Anthony Norman

Hoylake & District Gardening Society WKLOS Musical Rainbow 2014
Venue: West Kirby Concourse
Talk followed by refreshments.
Guests very welcome, 1.50.
... [click here for more info]

Friday 12th September at 7.30pm
A Musical Extravaganza

Brought to you by West Kirby Light Opera Society (WKLOS)
Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQ
www.wklos.org.uk

Friday 12th Sept 7.30 p.m.
'Blowing Bubbles in the Bog'

Room B, Heswall Hall, Heswall.
Anne Litherland, Senior Ranger at Birkenhead Park, will recount her fortnight's experience at RSPB Forsinard.
Admission 3. All welcome.
www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

Sat 13th Sept 9.30am to 2.30pm
Wirral Earth Fest

A people and earth friendly exchange.
An event that brings together individuals, groups and businesses selling products and services that are local, sustainable, environmental and people friendly - including craftspeople, recyclers/upcyclers, repairers, fair-traders, food growers/producers, friends groups, community groups etc.
St. Bridget's Centre, and Fields, St Bridget's Lane, West Kirby www.stbridgetscentre.co.uk
Enquiries to Andrew Gibb: argibb@btinternet.com or 0151 625 4109

Sunday 14th September 10.30am - 3.30pm
Animal Ark at Royden Park

Come and see a variety of exotic and native animals form skunks to chameleons, snakes to spiders and lots more!
Meet: In the Coach House at Royden Park Special requirements: Sorry no dogs. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September 10am - 4pm
Peninsula Arts and Crafts Display
The Coach House, Royden Park
Argo
Come and see a variety of crafts all on display in the Coach House at Royden Park. Browse, purchase or potter.
The Tea Servery here is open for refreshments. No need to book.
Contact numbers/e-mail: midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk 0151 677 7594

Fri 26 Sept 7.30pm
Argo

High-suspense drama retelling the rescue of six US diplomats during the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. Superb turns put in by Ben Affleck, John Goodman, Bryan Cranston and Alan Arkin.
A Hoylake Community Cinema film, at Hoylake Parade
Licensed bar, fresh food. Doors open 6.30 & film 7.30pm
For more details or to book visit www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat Sept 27th, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Sun Sep 28th 12 noon to 5pm
Art In The Park

A free to the public open air art fair which takes place monthly from May to September.
Run on behalf of the Friends of Coronation Gardens.
For more information see Coronation Gardens website.The Katona Twins

Monday 29 Sept 7.30pm
The Katona Twins

Playing D. Scarlatti, Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, Handel
Hoylake Chamber Concert Society
The classical world's best-known guitar duo perform at Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQ
More details at www.chamberconcert.co.uk
To read more about the Katona Twins, visit their website www.katonatwins.com

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Tues 7th October - 10:30am - 3:30pm
Royden Park Volunteer Group

Join the Rangers and other volunteers and help with conservation tasks, such as woodland and heathland management, footpath construction and clearing, fencing and way marking and any other on site work.
We meet every Tuesday throughout the year at the Rangers Office Royden Park.
Suitable clothing and footwear and please bring food and drink for the day.
No booking required. For further enquiries telephone:0151 677 7594 Email:midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk

Wed 8 October 7.15pm
Bluebell Cottage Garden by Sue Beasley

Hoylake & District Gardening Society
Venue: West Kirby Concourse
Talk followed by refreshments. Guests very welcome, 1.50.
... [click here for more info]

Friday 24th October at 7.30pm
An Evening with Rodgers & Hammerstein

Brought to you by West Kirby Light Opera Society (WKLOS)
Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQ
www.wklos.org.uk

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat Oct 25th, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Sunday 26th October at 2.30pm
An Afternoon with Rodgers & Hammerstein

Brought to you by West Kirby Light Opera Society (WKLOS)
Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQJubilee String Quartet
www.wklos.org.uk

Monday 27 Oct 7.30pm
Jubilee String Quartet

Haydn: String Quartet in G, Op.77 No.1
Mendelssohn: String Quartet in F minor, Op.80
Beethoven: String Quartet in F, Op.59 No.1 (Rasumovsky)
Hoylake Chamber Concert Society
At Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQ
More details at www.chamberconcert.co.uk
To read more about the Jubilee String Quartet, visit their website www.jubileequartet.co.uk

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Tues 4th November - 10:30am - 3:30pm
Royden Park Volunteer Group

Join the Rangers and other volunteers and help with conservation tasks, such as woodland and heathland management, footpath construction and clearing, fencing and way marking and any other on site work.
We meet every Tuesday throughout the year at the Rangers Office Royden Park.
Suitable clothing and footwear and please bring food and drink for the day.
No booking required. For further enquiries telephone:0151 677 7594 Email:midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk

Fri Nov 7th, 7 for 7.30 pm
1914 West Kirby

An illustrated talk from Heather Chapman, outlining the impact on West Kirby seaside town when war was declared. The military took over the West Kirby Public Hall in August 1914 and soldiers, instead of holidaymakers, became a familiar sight in the town.
St Bridget's Centre, West Kirby.

Sat Nov 8th, 10am-4pm
West Kirby Remembers World War One

Exhibition, St Bridget's Centre . The exhibition is all about West Kirby during World War 1. This is an opportunity for local people to share their stories, photos and memorabilia about West Kirby service men and their families during the Great War. Refreshments.

Wed 12 November 7.15pm
Herbaceous Hall of Fame by Jane Allison

Hoylake & District Gardening Society
Venue: West Kirby Concourse
Talk followed by refreshments. Guests very welcome, 1.50.
... [click here for more info]

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat Nov 22nd, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Monday 24 Nov 7.30pm
Antara
Antara
A flute and harp duo formed in 2007 and based in London. They are now much in demand throughout the country, performing at venues including the Wigmore Hall, Kensington Palace, and now Westbourne Hall, West Kirby.
Hoylake Chamber Concert Society
More details at www.chamberconcert.co.uk
To read more about Antara visit their website www.antaraduo.co.uk

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Tues 2nd December - 10:30am - 3:30pm
Royden Park Volunteer Group

Join the Rangers and other volunteers and help with conservation tasks, such as woodland and heathland management, footpath construction and clearing, fencing and way marking and any other on site work.
We meet every Tuesday throughout the year at the Rangers Office Royden Park.
Suitable clothing and footwear and please bring food and drink for the day.
No booking required. For further enquiries telephone:0151 677 7594 Email:midwirralrangers@wirral.gov.uk

Wed 3 December
Christmas Outing & Festive Lunch

Tatton Park Mansion - Guests welcome, members have priority.
Hoylake & District Gardening Society
For more information, please contact Rachel Ormrod, vice chairman, on 625 7604 or rachelormrod1@gmail.com
Nutcracker
Friday 5th, Sat 6th December at 7.30pm, Sun 7th Dec at 2.30pm
Yuletide Melodies

Brought to you by West Kirby Light Opera Society (WKLOS)
Westbourne Hall, West Kirby CH48 4DQ
www.wklos.org.uk

Sun 14th December
Nutcracker
An exciting first - English National Ballet performing Nutcracker as part of their 2014 Christmas Season. And theyre screening it at Hoylake Community Cinema!
For more information see Hoylake Community Cinema website: www.hoylakecommunitycinema.co.uk

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat Dec 20th, 9 - 1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
twitter logofacebook logo www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk