St Bridget's Centre
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St Bridget's Centre
Our new centre now hosts a variety of groups and activities, and is available for hire for childrens parties, family celebrations, supper evenings, new groups and activities.
Activities we host include:-
Daily Preschool Classes, Zumba, Yoga, Pilates, Ante-Natal Relaxation Classes, Weight Loss Challenge Classes and Wirral Academy of Performing Arts (3 to 18 year olds).
We also host a sewing group, monthly Mens Luncheon Club, handbell ringers, Mothers Union and the Charles Dawson Brown Museum Group.
Drop in at The Link Coffee Shop to get a taste of our new centre. Open from 8.30 - 11.00 each Wednesday during term-time for coffee, tea and toast. Look for us behind St Bridgets Church. Open to all.
Facilities include a kitchen built to modern commercial catering standards, audio-visual equipment including induction loops, accessible toilets including baby changing facilities.
We can offer you two function rooms ideal for hire for:-
Ashton Park Teashop
Saturdays 2 - 4pm
Pop by and enjoy the rejuvenated delights of our own classic town park over a cup of tea. Teas now served on Saturday afternoons in Ashton Park with the agreement of The Friends of Ashton Park. Volunteers - Sue Harrison 0151 625 8535.
Our new recipe book is selling like hot cakes!
Have you got your copy - available from local shops and restaurants, price £5, or contact 0151 625 1234 email@example.com
Painting "Walk by the Dee" by David Sheppard (Bishop of Liverpool from 1975 to 1997). Reproduced by kind permission of his widow Grace.
Private Functions and Small Concerts
Funeral and Christening Functions
To enquire about using the new centre or activities in the centre, contact Paula Cobby on 0151-625-2739 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Martin Harrison on 0151-625-8535. We will be happy to show you round and provide information on activities. See www.stbridgetsappeal.co.uk for photos of the new centre or see the new website at www.stbridgetscentre.co.uk.
We continue to fund-raise to cover the final payments for the project and the cost of purchasing equipment and fitting out the centre with things we still require - please contact Martin Harrison if you wish to make a donation or help us in any way.
Charles Dawson Brown Museum
Founded in 1892 in memory of a local benefactor, the museum is housed in the St Bridgets Centre. It holds stone artefacts from various periods of the Churchs history and items reflecting Church and local history. The old museum room is being refurbished as part of the wider project and an additional room added so that presentation will be less cramped and interpretation added. On completion of the main project the Museum Group will be refitting the museum with new displays and interpretation and more information on St Bridgets Church and local history and open it to a wider audience drawn from the local community, visitors, academics and schools. We hope to complete work during the summer but to achieve this we need to raise funds specifically for the museum project - from donations, grants or trust funds. If you can help in any way please contact Martin Harrison on 0151-625-8535.
Our thanks to all those who have contributed to the appeal, supported events, performed for us, worked on design and development and helped in other ways. We have come a long way since October 2006 when we started fund-raising - without you it would not have been possible.
|Last updated: 11 Oct 2013|