Community What's On 2016




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Monday 26 September 7.30pm
Wirral Chamber Music Series
Luba Tunnicliffe (viola) and Hannah Watson (piano)

Vieuxtemps: Sonata for Viola and Piano in B flat, Op.36
Rebecca Clarke: Sonata for Viola and Piano in e minor, Op.30 No.2
Schumann: Marchenbilder, Op.113
Brahms: Viola Sonata in E flat, Op.120 No.2
St Hildebergh's Church, Hoylake CH47 1HL
For more details about concerts and ticketing see the Hoylake Chamber Concert Society website www.chamberconcert.co.uk
<b>Dana and Susan Robinson</b>
Thursday 29th Sept 7.45pm
Dana and Susan Robinson

West Kirby Arts Centre
An exploration of rural America with elegant simplicity. Rich, intimate harmonies are supported by Dana's powerful guitar and fiddle playing and Susan's delicate, sometimes funky, sometimes haunting mountain banjo sound.
Tickets 10 online or on the door www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk/product/dana-and-sue-robinson-west-kirby-arts-centre

Friday 30th September 11am -2pm
MacMillan Coffee Morning at West Kirby Library

Come and join in the fun, and support a great cause.
With Friends of Hoylake & West Kirby Libraries

Fri 30th September
Robot & Frank

The film is set in the near future. Frank is a retired cat-burglar living alone while his successful son, Hunter, tries to care for him from afar. Finally, Hunter gets him a robot caretaker, but Frank soon learns that the robot could be useful as a burglary aide.
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

Fri 30th Sept, 7.45pm
Hoylake Photographic Society
Meet and Greet Evening

Do you have a question about photography? Would you like to know more about what we do? Then please come along - you will be most welcome, refreshments provided.
www.hoylakephoto.org


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Sat 1st October 9-1pm
Neston Farmers' & Food Makers' Market
The first Saturday of every month, at the Market Square, Neston.
Wirral Wader Festival
Sat & Sun 1st & 2nd Oct
Wirral Wader Festival

The Wirral peninsula is one of the best places in the UK to see wading birds in the winter months, feasting on the rich mudflats of the Dee and North Wirral shores.
To celebrate this natural spectacle, Wirral Coast partnership has organised a busy programme of events for Wirral Wader Festival on the 1st and 2nd October.
Wirral Country Park in Thurstaston will host a range of activities and stalls for everyone from keen birdwatchers to those who would just like to know a bit more about local wildlife. There will also be childrens activities including a painting completion.
Nearby Shore Cottage Studio, a family-run art centre located at the foot of Thurstaston cliffs, is also offering drop-in sessions that give families the chance to get creative.
There will be high tide watches to marvel at the knot and dunlin roosts on Hoylake beach and at Cheshire Wildlife Trust's Red Rocks nature reserve. At West Kirby there will be live footage beamed direct from Little Eye, showing off the oystercatchers and curlews up close.
Leasowe lighthouse will host displays and tours of the historic building.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust will be holding guided walks around the Red Rocks SSSI nature reserve and Wirral Rangers will be guiding a walk to Hilbre Island.
More details at www.wirralwaderfestival.blogspot.co.uk

Sat 1st October 7pm
Brunt Boggart
A story telling with video and music, also local story tellers and folk musicians including Alison Parker & the Last Nail and the Kirk Owls At West Kirby Arts Centre
Free entry with bar, tea and coffee
No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.
Brunt Boggart
Saturday, 1 Oct 7.30pm
Wirral Arts Festival presents "Quintessentially British"

At Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral CH60 0AF
www.wirralartsfestival.co.uk
The Wirral Arts Festival opens with another fabulous evening with Edward Peak, Orchestra dell'Arte and their singers, featuring a semi-staged performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury plus music by Vaughan Williams, Eric Coates, Karl Jenkins and Johann Strauss.
Tickets 15 available from Linghams Booksellers, Heswall and Gould's Stationers, Heswall; also by phone from 07867 528034 or www.eventbrite.co.uk

Mon 3rd Oct 1.30pm
An Environment Day

A Wirral Arts Festival event to mark the UNs World Habitat Day. Various events will be held in Heswall, with an overall theme of Water.
Co-ordinated by Nick Drew and Dr Paul Myers of Farm Urban.
Heswall Hall, 111 Telegraph Road, Heswall.

Mon 3rd Oct 7.45 to 10pm
Scottish Country Dancing Taster Event

At Royden Hall, Frankby
Deeside Caledonian Society are offering you the chance to have a go at some reels and jigs. There will be plenty of willing helpers to show you what to do and, of course, a cup of tea at half-time. Please wear comfortable flat shoes or trainers.
Beginners very welcome.
Contact 0151 336 5578 for further information.

Tuesday 4th October 2.30-4.00pm
Poetry & pies

An afternoon tea and an opportunity to share favourite poems, at West Kirby Library. Tickets 3.50 (Friends 3)
With Friends of Hoylake & West Kirby Libraries

Tuesday 4th October 6-7.30pm
OPEN MIC EVENT
At West Kirby Library.
A Wirral Libraries Poetry Week event

Wed 5th October 2-3.30pm
The life of Tranmere legend - Johnny King

Tony Adams- Tranmere Rovers FC unofficial historian
Let's Talk About Sport
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
Cost - FREE. Refreshments provided
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456
ttwk energy lecture oct 2016
Thurs October 6th, 7pm
The 11th Hour
Film showing and discussion
At West Kirby Arts Centre
Free entry, but donations welcome to cover our costs. Bar, tea and coffee available.
Energy Group presentation at West Kirby Arts Centre www.westkirbyartscentre.org Free entry with bar, tea and coffee. No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use the Concourse car park.

Thurs 6th October 7.30pm
Shooting Waders

A presentation by Matt Thomas
For Deeside Lecture Society
In the Small Hall at the U.R.C. Church West Kirby
Guests welcome
www.deesidels.weebly.com

Sat 8th October 9am to 1pm
Wirral Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
New Ferry Village Hall
www.wirralfarmersmarket.co.uk

Sat 8th October 7pm
GSD Ensemble

A collaboration of talented young musicians from Manchester. Described as "a jazz ensemble with a vengeance", with fresh, energetic and beautiful music that defies categorisation.
At West Kirby Arts Centre, 29 Brookfield Gardens, West Kirby CH48 4EL
Tickets 8 online or on the door
www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk/product/gsd-ensemble-081016
GSD Ensemble
Sunday 9th October 10 - 2 pm
Seal Watching

Volunteers from the Friends of Hilbre will set up the telescope and binoculars near the telegraph station on Hilbre Island to offer seal watching. (Weather permitting)

Wednesday 12th October at 2pm
West Wirral Family History Group

Westbourne Community Centre, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
'Timelines - Family History in Focus' - an illustrated talk by Hilary Watmough
Visitors welcome, 2.00 including refreshments
... [more details]

Wednesday, 12th October 2pm
Tea Dance

Come along and enjoy our lovely tea dance with live music from our resident trio, The Swingmasters. If you're not a dancer, come along anyway and listen to the music, enjoy a cup of tea and a chat with new friends. 2:00-4:30pm. Admission 4 on the door.
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral, Merseyside CH60 0AF, 0151 342 2614 www.heswallhall.co.uk

Wed, 12 Oct 7.30pm
Heswall Hall Cinema presents "Eddie the Eagle" (PG)

The story of Eddie Edwards, the notoriously tenacious British underdog ski jumper who charmed the world at the 1988 Winter Olympics. Starring Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman.
At Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral CH60 0AF
Tickets 5 in advance available from Linghams Booksellers and Goulds, Heswall or from the hall on 0151 342 2614. 6 on the door, subject to availabilty. Film starts at 7:30pm, bar opens at 6:45pm.

Wed 12 October 7.30pm
All About Owls with Live Birds

by Terry Gurr
Hoylake & District Gardening Society
Mini Hall at Hoylake Parade Community Centre
Talk followed by refreshments. Guests very welcome, 2.
... [click here for more info]

Thurs 13th Oct 9.30am - 5pm
Science Day

At Heswall Hall, 111 Telegraph Road,
Organised by the Rotary Clubs of West Wirral and Mid Wirral, there is a Science Day being hosted at Heswall Hall, sponsored by Heswall U3A.
Each lecture has an admission charge of 1 (Heswall U3A members are admitted for free on production of a membership card). All the lecturers have given their services without charge for which we are very grateful.
Programme:
9:30 The Value of Dust, Dirt and Debris to Detectives hosted by Hugh Owen, retired Head of Forensic Investigations at Cheshire Constabulary.
11:00 What would you do with 180,000 computers? hosted by Terry Hewitt, Honorary Professor of Computer Science at Bangor University
13:30 An Audience with Laser Beams hosted by Ray Davies, Director at the Photonics Academy of Wales, Bangor University
15:00 Lighter Flints and Luminescence (An Introduction to Rare Earth Elements) with Helen Apinall, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Liverpool

Thursday, 13th October, 5pm
Wirral West Community Fund showcase evening

Hilbre High School
Recently Mellow Yellow funded a silk screen printing workshop at the Bluecoat in Liverpool.
We have printed more signs for the Incredible Edible planters, some T-shirts and footprint bunting for the commitment tree at Earth Fest. (Thank you to Carol Barnett's long hours of immaculate sewing!)
TTWK has applied for more silk screen printing workshops from the Wirral West Constituency Community Fund. We hope to demonstrate screen printing at the funding showcase evening at Hilbre High School on 13th October from 5 pm.
Please come, watch and vote for our bid!
Philip Henry & Hanna Martin
Thursday 13th Oct, 7pm
Philip Henry & Hanna Martin in Concert

Phillip Henry, one of the UK's finest slide guitarists and harmonica players and Devonian fiddle-singer Hannah Martin - winners of 2014's BBC Radio Two Folk Award for Best Duo.
At West Kirby Arts Centre. Tickets 13 from www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk/product/philip-henry-hanna-martin-131016 No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.

Friday 14th Oct 2016 at 6.30pm
Glow with the Flow Ladies Twilight Walk

Strating at West Kirby Concourse
Glow With The Flow will see a whole army of girl power come together with the single mission of helping Wirral Hospice St John's to raise essential funds for the care and support of patients and their loved ones.
For more details and to register, see www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/glow-with-the-flow-ladies-twilight-walk-registration-27072635983

Fri 14 Oct at 6.45pm
3 Choirs Concert

At Heswall Hall, 111 Telegraph Road,
Featuring songs from musicals and other popular tunes performed by the following local choirs: The Castle Singers, The Bunker Boys and The Off Pitch Choir.
Tickets 8.00 available from Linghams of Heswall or text/call 0777 800 0132

Fri 14th October, 7pm
Jimmy Rae & The Moonshine Girls with support from Coast

At West Kirby Arts Centre. Tickets 5 from www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk
No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.

14 October, 7.30pm
Disordered Twigs to Even-Pleached Hedges

Wirral Wildlife AGM followed by a talk by Paul Loughnane on hedgerows, hedge laying and the first national hedge laying competition to be held in Cheshire.
At Heswall Hall. Admission 3. All welcome.
www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

Saturday 15th October 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

Third Saturday of every month
www.facebook.com/HeswallFarmerMarket
Sing For Africa
Sat 15th October, 7pm
Kuimba Kwa Afrika - Sing For Africa

Raising funds for Refilwe, at Hoylake Chapel
Presented by Cantemus at Calday
With traditional drums and dancers
Tickets 10 (7.50 children) from www.cantemusatcalday.co.uk/contact

Sat 15 Oct 7.30pm
Wirral Arts Festival End of Festival Folk Concert

At Heswall Hall, 111 Telegraph Road, Heswall,
Featuring Welcomme Finnan & Chrimes, Vocal Point, and host Eddie Morris.
The concert last year once again proved to be very popular and sold out so if you wish to come along you would be advised to book early.
Expect a mixture of styles incorporating ballads, chorus, and comedy songs. Plenty for all to enjoy.
For more details visit: www.wirralartsfestival.co.uk/events/end-festival-folk-concert
Tickets 10 (Concessions 8) from Linghams Book Store and Goulds in Heswall or Eddie Morris 0151 677 1840. Supporting Wirral Stroke Rehabilitation through the Arts.

Wednesday 19th Oct 6pm to 8pm
Homegrown Bananas

Join Transition Town West Kirby in The Tee Room, (on Banks Road, West Kirby)
Bring along a homegrown story, song or poem or simply come along and enjoy. We especially welcome children to articipate and anyone trying something new. Its free, and if you can afford a recommended donation of 3 a drink is included.

Thurs 20th Oct. 7.30pm
Behind the scenes of the Three Queens Spectacular

A presentation by Tony Storey
For Deeside Lecture Society
In the Small Hall at the U.R.C. Church West Kirby
Guests welcome
www.deesidels.weebly.com
West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat 22nd October, 9 - 1pmtwitter logofacebook logo
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
Buy from a great selection of locally produced food, including your favourite freshly-baked french breads - baguettes, croissants, pains au raisins and more, all made by hand and traditionally baked from The French Corner Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Genuine local producers selling quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition Town West Kirby. www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Monday 24 Oct 7.30pm
Wirral Chamber Music Series
Trio Martinu

Schubert: Notturno in E flat, D.897
Suk: Elegy, Op.23
Brahms: Piano Trio in c minor, Op.101
Dvorak: Piano Trio in f minor, Op.65
St Hildebergh's Church, Hoylake CH47 1HL
For more details about concerts and ticketing see the Hoylake Chamber Concert Society website www.chamberconcert.co.uk
<b>Lantern making workshops</b>
Wednesday and Thursday, 26th and 27th October from 10:30am - 2:30pm
Lantern making workshops for all ages

Join a Transition Town West Kirby workshop at West Kirby Library to make your own lantern for Travelling Light (see entry on November 11th), to celebrate peace and reconciliation, sharing and togetherness.

Thursday, 27 Oct 7.30pm
Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders

Packed full of wit and very funny scenes, this is also a genuine murder mystery with an ingenious plot which will tax the little grey cells of the audience at the same time!
A Woolgatherers production at Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral CH60 0AF
Tickets 8 available from Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Masseys Butchers, Heswall; Fringes Hairdressers, Irby; www.ticketswirral.com (booking fee applies). Doors and bar open at 7pm.

Thursday 27 October 8pm
A Dream Becomes Reality

The work of Lower Moss Wood Animal Hospital.
Ray Jackson
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Fri 28th Oct
Love and Mercy

A film celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys
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 29th Oct
Newton Village Hall Annual Auction

10-12noon Pre-auction viewing and books and bric-a-brac sale
1.30pm Auction
Small furniture, household and electrical items, collectables, pictures, cd's dvd's, antiques and bric-a-brac.
www.newtonvillagehall.co.uk

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Tues 1st November, 10:30am - 1.30pm
Lantern making workshops for all ages

Join a Transition Town West Kirby workshop at the Drop In Centre, United Reformed Church Hall, Meols Drive
Make your own lantern for Travelling Light (see entry on November 11th), to celebrate peace and reconciliation, sharing and togetherness.

Wed 2nd November 2-3.30pm
Non swimmer to Ironman in 24 months!

Helen Cooney
Let's Talk About Sport
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
Cost - FREE. Refreshments provided
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Thurs 3rd November, 7pm
The Design and Build of the West Kirby Passive House

A Transition Town Energy Group presentation
At West Kirby Arts Centre www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk
Free entry with bar, tea and coffee
No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.

Thurs 3rd November 7.30pm
The Blue Funnel Line & the incredible Holt Family
A presentation by Peter Mathot
For Deeside Lecture Society
In the Small Hall at the U.R.C. Church West Kirby
Guests welcome
www.deesidels.weebly.com
neston market
Sat 5th November 9am til 1pm
Neston Farmers' & Food Makers' Market
The first Saturday of every month, at the Market Square, Neston.

Tues 8th November, 10:30am - 1.30pm
Lantern making workshops for all ages

Join a Transition Town West Kirby workshop at the Drop In Centre, United Reformed Church Hall, Meols Drive
Make your own lantern for Travelling Light (see entry on November 11th), to celebrate peace and reconciliation, sharing and togetherness.

Wed 9 November 7.30pm
Preparing your Garden for Winter

by Sue Nicholas
Hoylake & District Gardening Society
Mini Hall at Hoylake Parade Community Centre
Talk followed by refreshments. Guests very welcome, 2.
... [click here for more info]

Wednesday 9th November at 2pm
West Wirral Family History Group

Westbourne Community Centre, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
'World War 1 - some North West Wirral casualties in less well known spheres of action'
- an illustrated talk by Victoria Doran
Visitors welcome, 2.00 including refreshments
... [more details]

Wednesday, 9th November 2pm
Tea Dance

Come along and enjoy our lovely tea dance with live music from our resident trio, The Swingmasters. If you're not a dancer, come along anyway and listen to the music, enjoy a cup of tea and a chat with new friends. 2:00-4:30pm. Admission 4 on the door.
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral, Merseyside CH60 0AF, 0151 342 2614 www.heswallhall.co.uk

Friday November 11th from 5:30pm
Travelling Light

Transition Town West Kirby's annual Lantern Peace Parade combines Armistice Day with the German tradition of St Martins Day.
Starting in Coronation Gardens, carry your own lantern along the promenade to the beach to celebrate peace and reconciliation, sharing and togetherness. All welcome.

Sat 12th November 9am to 1pm
Wirral Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
New Ferry Village Hall
www.wirralfarmersmarket.co.uk
Kristina Olsen
Sat 12th November, 7pm
Kristina Olsen in concert

Kristina Olsen is one of the most entertaining and compelling performers on the international folk circuit. A superb multi-instrumentalist (acoustic guitar, steel- body slide guitar, saxophone, concertina and piano) as well as an award-winning songwriter with a big bluesy voice.
At West Kirby Arts Centre. Tickets 10 from www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk/product/kristina-olsen-121116 No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.

Thurs 17th November 7.30pm
Old West Kirby through the late 19th & 20th Centuries

A presentation by Heather Chapman
For Deeside Lecture Society
In the Small Hall at the U.R.C. Church West Kirby
Guests welcome
www.deesidels.weebly.com

Fri 18th November, 7.45pm
Hoylake Photographic Society
Hidden Snowdonia

Acclaimed photographer Graham Curry will be taking us to parts of Snowdonia not often seen.
All welcome, refreshments provided.
www.hoylakephoto.org

Saturday 19th November 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

Third Saturday of every month
www.facebook.com/HeswallFarmerMarket
Heswall Farmers' Market
Monday 21st Nov 6pm to 8pm
Homegrown Bananas

Join Transition Town West Kirby in Nine Leaves Tea Lounge, nearby Hoylake Station
Bring along a homegrown story, song or poem or simply come along and enjoy. We especially welcome children to participate and anyone trying something new. Its free, and if you can afford a recommended donation of 3 a drink is included.

Thursday 24 November 8pm
Sights and Sounds of British Birds

Tips on bird song, and how to remember them.
David Tolliday
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Fri 25th November
Singin' in the Rain

Classic Hollywood musical
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 26th November, 9 - 1pmtwitter logofacebook logo
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
Buy from a great selection of locally produced food, including your favourite freshly-baked french breads - baguettes, croissants, pains au raisins and more, all made by hand and traditionally baked from The French Corner Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Genuine local producers selling quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition Town West Kirby. www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Saturday 26 Nov 11am - 4pm
Friends of Coronation Gardens Christmas Craft Fair

A chance to buy that unique Christmas gift from local craftspeople and artists.
Westbourne Hall, Westbourne Road, West Kirby CH48 4DQ

Notos Piano Quartet
Monday 28 Nov 7.30pm
Wirral Chamber Music Series
Notos Piano Quartet

Schumann: Piano Quartet in E flat, Op.47
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante, K.320e
Brahms: Piano Quartet No.2 in A, Op.26
St Hildebergh's Church, Hoylake CH47 1HL
For more details about concerts and ticketing see the Hoylake Chamber Concert Society website www.chamberconcert.co.uk

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Thurs 1st December, 7pm
Bioenergy - Dr Tony Lopez-Sanchez, University of Liverpool

A Transition Town Energy Group presentation
At West Kirby Arts Centre www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk
Free entry with bar, tea and coffee
No Parking on Brookfield Gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.

Thursday 1st December 7.30pm
Christmas Customs Unwrapped

A presentation by Christina Spencer
For Deeside Lecture Society
In the Small Hall at the U.R.C. Church West Kirby
Guests welcome
www.deesidels.weebly.com
neston market
Sat 3rd December 9am til 1pm
Neston Farmers' & Food Makers' Market
The first Saturday of every month, at the Market Square, Neston.

Thurs 8th, Fri 9th & Sat 10th December 7.30pm
Merry Christmas Everyone

A Christmas concert from West Kirby Light Opera Society
At Westbourne Community Centre, West Kirby
Tickets 11 from 0151 342 2143
www.wklos.org.uk

Fri 9th December
It's a Wonderful Life

Special 70th anniversary screening with live Skype link up with cast members
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 10th December 9am to 1pm
Wirral Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
New Ferry Village Hall
www.wirralfarmersmarket.co.uk

Saturday 10th December 7.30pm
Hoylake Choral Society

Petite Messe Solennelle
Mass by Gioachino Rossini
At Hoylake Chapel
Tickets 10, students and children 3, on the door.
www.hoylakechoralsociety.org.uk

Wed 14th December 2-3.30pm
Golf a Game of Change

A Question Time of Sport at Royal Liverpool GC
Host - Kate Hughes, former England International golfer
Panel:
  • John Heggarty, PGA Capt and professional RLGC
  • Maureen Richmond (Mo Walker), former Scottish International Golfer (Curtis Cup & Vagliano Trophy)
  • Joe Pinnington, RLGC historian
  • Alistair Beggs (TBC), leading STRI technician
A chance to put your golfing questions to some lead players in the game!
Cost - FREE. Refreshments provided
Limited spaces *you MUST book in advance* Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Wednesday, 14th December 2pm
Tea Dance

Come along and enjoy our lovely tea dance with live music from our resident trio, The Swingmasters. If you're not a dancer, come along anyway and listen to the music, enjoy a cup of tea and a chat with new friends. 2:00-4:30pm. Admission 4 on the door.
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, Wirral, Merseyside CH60 0AF, 0151 342 2614 www.heswallhall.co.uk
steve tilston
Fri 16th Dec 7pm
Steve Tilston in concert

Steve Tilston is one of our most celebrated songsmiths, widely recognised within the world of folk and contemporary music; the words, arrangements and subtle, quite superb guitar playing could be no one else. "The more you listen, the more there is to discover." Bob Harris
At West Kirby Arts Centre. Tickets 10 from www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk/product/steve-tiltson-161216 No Parking on Brookfield gardens or Brookfield Road, if driving please use Concourse car park.
West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat 17th December, 9 - 1pmtwitter logofacebook logo
West Kirby Farmers' Market

St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, West Kirby CH48 5DE
Buy from a great selection of locally produced food, including your favourite freshly-baked french breads - baguettes, croissants, pains au raisins and more, all made by hand and traditionally baked from The French Corner Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Genuine local producers selling quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition Town West Kirby. www.westkirbyfarmersmarket.co.uk

Saturday 17th December 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

Third Saturday of every month
www.facebook.com/HeswallFarmerMarket

Saturday, 17 Dec, 7:30 pm
Christmas Carol Concert

At Heswall Hall
The Castle Singers and Castle Brass bring you a concert of all the favourite seasonal carols in aid of Rotary charities. Tickets 8
More details at www.heswallhall.co.uk/whats-on-at-heswall-hall/upcoming-events/164-christmas-carol-concert.html