Community What's On 2017




Wed 15th Feb 2-3.30pm
Raising the Bar

A talk by Olympian Steve Smith
Let's Talk About Wirral - hearing from local people and their involvement in culture and sport in times past and present.
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
All welcome, and it's FREE including refreshments.
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Thurs 16th Feb 7.30pm
The History of Thornton Manor & its Residents by Gavin Hunter

Deeside Lecture Society
Lectures start at 7.30pm.
United Reformed Church Small Hall, Meols Drive, West Kirby CH48 5DA 3 for visitors - all welcome.
www.deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact John Turner (Chairman) 625 7061
Regenerative medecine poster
Friday 17th February 7pm
Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapies - Are We Ready Yet?
A talk by Professor John Hunt, University of Liverpool

Almost every day in the mass media there's an amazing and brilliant medical breakthrough to help mankind. Stem cells and cell therapies aimed at regenerating us rather than simply replacing and repairing us are being translated out of the laboratory and in the clinic. What are our expectations as patients? What are we hoping to get from these cell based therapies?
A Transition Town West Kirby Health & Wellbeing 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.
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Saturday 18th February 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

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

Tues 21st February 10am-4pm
Traditional Hedgelaying Demonstration

With Friends of Grange Community Park, Transition Town West Kirby and volunteers from Cheshire Wildlife Trust
In Grange Park (Somerset Road, West Kirby). You're also welcome just to pop along for a cuppa and a chat!
Free but donations welcome.

Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd Feb, 10am-12noon & 2-4pm
Half term activities in the coach house at Royden Park.

Families can participate in a variety of bird themed arts and crafts activities and make their own bird feeder to take home.

Wednesday, 22 February 2.30pm
Heswall National Trust Meeting

An illustrated talk by David Cummings entitled "Cheshire Through the Seasons".
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF
Admission 3.50. All welcome.

Thursday, 23rd - 25th February 7:30pm
The Woolgatherers present Pack of Lies

The Jacksons are a nice English couple. Their best friends are their Canadian neighbours, the Krogers. All is blissful until Scotland Yard asks to use their house as an observation station to try and foil a Soviet spy ring in the area. The Jacksons are shocked when told that the spies are the Krogers and are asked to help set a trap. Should they betray their friends? Tickets 8 from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Massey's the Butchers, Heswall; Fringes Hairdressers, Irby; Box Office - Tel: 0151 348 1084 and www.ticketswirral.com (booking fee applies).
At Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, CH60 0AF www.heswallhall.co.uk
www.heswallhall.co.uk

Thursday 23 February 8pm
Birds of Sri Lanka

A wide variety of birds from the "Teardrop of India".
Keith Offord www.keithofford.co.uk
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Fri 24th February, 7.30pm
Set Fire to The Stars

A 2014 BAFTA cymru winning film about Dylan Thomas. Directed by Andy Goddard and starring Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings) and Celyn Jones (Shameless). Plus an extra special guest for this evening - Celyn Jones for what will be a hugely entertaining Q&A session.
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 25th February, 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. 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
Murder Mystery poster
Saturday 25th Feb 7pm
Wirral Hospice St John's Murder Mystery

An evening of murder, mystery, intrigue and a delicious hot buffet.
Westbourne Hall, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
Book tickets from 0151 343 0778
Monday 27 Feb 7.30pm
Castalian String Quartet
Wirral Chamber Music Series

Haydn: String Quartet in B flat, Op.64 No.3
Saint-Saens: String Quartet No.1 in e minor, Op.112
Bartok: String Quartet No.6
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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Wed 1st March 9.15 am
West Kirby Litter Pick

Grange Cemetery (Meet at Lang Lane entrance)
A 90 minute litter picks followed by a short meeting to plan ahead.
Join your local community looking after local spaces. All welcome!
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Wednesday 1st March and EVERY Wed morning 10am
Wirral Pedal Away

Free guided bike ride along the coastal path and Wirral Way, with an emphasis on fun! Give it a go regardless of age, ability or cycling experience - you can even borrow a bike and helmet if you need to, for a small donation (1).
Meet outside the Sailing School on South Parade.
More info at www.cycling.org.uk/pedal-away or 07971476520 or 01925 234213

Wednesday 1st March & EVERY Wednesday 12 midday - 1.00pm.
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-wednesday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ 1.9 miles.
Coastal route which crosses the Wirral Way. Rest opportunities and wheelchair/buggy access.

Wed 1st March 2-3.30pm
Hilbre Explorer Boat Trip

A talk by Mike Bird
Let's Talk About Wirral - hearing from local people and their involvement in culture and sport in times past and present.
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
All welcome, and it's FREE including refreshments.
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Thursday 2nd March & EVERY Thursday 2.30pm
A Walking For Health free weekly walk

Leaving from Royden Park every Thursday at 2.30pm. For more adventurous walkers (not suitable for buggies or wheelchairs as there are various routes, mainly off road). Sturdy footwear required.
Please see www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/royden-park for contact details, and for more information on the walks.

Thurs 2nd March 7.30pm
Tierra del Fuego by Brian Anderson

Deeside Lecture Society
Lectures start at 7.30pm.
United Reformed Church Small Hall, Meols Drive, West Kirby CH48 5DA 3 for visitors - all welcome.
www.deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact John Turner (Chairman) 625 7061
Transition Town West Kirby talks
Friday 3 March, 7pm
The Consequences of Climate Change at the Coast
A talk by Dr Jenny Brown
National Oceanography Centre
Learning from past & present storms, and using projections
of climate change & rising sea levels to assess future risks and inform future sea defence needs.
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.
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Saturday 4th March 10am-12noon
Young Rangers club

This is a new club for 7 - 12 year olds, on the first Saturday of every month at Royden Park. Children will learn more about nature through hands on practical activities and crafts. 3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Monday 6th March 10am-12noon
Little Woodpeckers Club

Help your little one take their first steps into exploring nature by joining this new and exciting a nature club for pre-school aged children. First Monday of every month at Royden Park. 3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Monday 6th March & EVERY Monday 12 midday - 1pm
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-monday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ
3 mile coastal route which crosses Wirral Way.

Wednesday 8th March at 2pm
West Wirral Family History Group

Westbourne Community Centre, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
'Disasters in Court!' - a talk by Angela Brabin
Visitors welcome, 2.00 including refreshments
... [click here for more info]

Wednesday, 8th March 2-4.30pm
Heswall Hall 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. Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF www.heswallhall.co.uk Admission 4 on the door.

Wednesday, 8 March 7:30pm
Heswall Hall Cinema presents "A Street Cat Named Bob" (12)

Based on the true life story and international best selling book. A moving and uplifting film that will touch the hearts of everyone. When London busker and recovering drug addict, James Bowen, finds an injured, ginger, street cat named Bob in his sheltered accommodation, he has no idea just how much his life is about to change. Another excellent British film that is emotional and heartwarming and will be sure to stay with you for a long time. Don't miss it. Tickets 5 available from Linghams Booksellers, Heswall: Gould's, Heswall; and from the hall on 0151 342 2614.
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF www.heswallhall.co.uk
Delamere's Lost Mosses
Friday, 10 March 7:30pm
Wirral Wildlife presents...

..."Delamere's Lost Mosses". Delamere Mossland Officer, Katie Piercy, will talk about the magical world of Delamere's Lost Mosses and the dragons which fly amongst them. Admission 3. All welcome.
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF.
www.wirralwildlife.org.uk

Sat 11th March 9am to 1pm
Wirral Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
New Ferry Village Hall
www.wirralfarmersmarket.co.uk

Saturday 11th March
Fiction Writing Workshop

With Tyneside writer Celia Bryce
Melrose Hall, 6 Melrose Avenue, Hoylake, CH47 3BU
Tickets 5. Light refreshments available.
Tel: (0151) 632 2152
www.melrosehall.org.uk/whats-on

Tuesday 14th March 9.15am
West Kirby Litter Pick

Grange War Memorial
A 90 minute litter picks followed by a short meeting to plan ahead.
Join your local community looking after local spaces. All welcome!
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Thurs 16th March 7.30pm
A.G.M. Antarctica Nature & Humans by Glyn Parry

Deeside Lecture Society
Lectures start at 7.30pm.
United Reformed Church Small Hall, Meols Drive, West Kirby CH48 5DA 3 for visitors - all welcome.
www.deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact John Turner (Chairman) 625 7061

Saturday 18th March 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

Third Saturday of every month
www.facebook.com/HeswallFarmerMarket
Plink Plonk flyer
Sat March 18th 7pm
Plink and Plonk for Summer Strum

An evening of Ukulele and Wine Tasting at West Kirby Arts Centre, to raise more funds for the 2017 Hoylake Summer Strum Ukuelele Festival.
Raffle, as always, for charity (tbc). Watch this space for further details www.facebook.com/events/1769362836621950

Thursday 23 March 8pm
A Fish with Feathers

A new look at penguins.
Michael Leach www.michael-leach.co.uk
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Friday, 24 March 7:30pm
Folk @ Heswall Hall

Heswall Hall is delighted to announce it's new venture into folk music. Our first offering is The Tom Topping Band. Folk music with a smile on it's face. An entertaining evening of folk music at it's best from these highly talented musicians and singers. If you've enjoyed the folk concerts held at Heswall Hall over the last 12 months or so, you will certainly enjoy this show! Tickets 10 (inc free raffle) from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall; Gould's, Heswall; and Heswall Hall 0151 342 2614 (pay by phone - no booking fee).
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall, CH60 0AF
www.heswallhall.co.uk
West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat 25th March, 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. 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 25th March 7.30pm
Mendelssohn's Elijah

Birkenhead Choral Society will be performing Mendelssohn's Elijah with Formby Choral Society Merchant Taylors' Boys School Pupils, and Liverpool Philharmonia at Liverpool Philharmonic. Tickets are 24, 18 and 10 (Under 19s 12, 9 and 5).
Contact 0151 638 6469 for details
www.birkenheadchoral.org

Sunday 26th March 10am-12noon, and 2-4pm
Mother's day arts and crafts.

This is a drop in arts and crafts event which will be held in the coach house at Royden Park.
Yoon Chung
Monday 27 March 7.30pm
Yoon Chung
Wirral Chamber Music Series

Brahms: Albumblatt
Brahms: Variations on an Original Theme, Op.21 No.1
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E, Op.109
Schubert: Impromptu in G flat, Op.90 No.3
Schubert: Sonata in c minor, D.958
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

Tuesday 28th March 9.15am
West Kirby Litter Pick

Mariners' Column Telegraph Road
A 90 minute litter picks followed by a short meeting to plan ahead.
Join your local community looking after local spaces. All welcome!
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Fri 31st March, 7.30pm
Backbeat

A fascinating drama, directed by Ian Softley, about the early 'Hamburg' days of the Beatles
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

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Saturday 1st April 10am-12noon
Young Rangers club

This is a new club for 7 - 12 year olds, on the first Saturday of every month at Royden Park. Children will learn more about nature through hands on practical activities and crafts. 3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Monday 3rd April 10am-12noon
Little Woodpeckers Club.

Help your little one take their first steps into exploring nature by joining this new and exciting a nature club for pre-school aged children. First Monday of every month at Royden Park. 3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Monday 3rd April & EVERY Monday 12 midday - 1pm
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-monday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ
3 mile coastal route which crosses Wirral Way.

Wednesday 5th April and EVERY Wed morning 10am
Wirral Pedal Away

Free guided bike ride along the coastal path and Wirral Way, with an emphasis on fun! Give it a go regardless of age, ability or cycling experience - you can even borrow a bike and helmet if you need to, for a small donation (1).
Meet outside the Sailing School on South Parade.
More info at www.cycling.org.uk/pedal-away or 07971476520 or 01925 234213

Wednesday 5th April & EVERY Wednesday 12 midday - 1.00pm.
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-wednesday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ 1.9 miles.
Coastal route which crosses the Wirral Way. Rest opportunities and wheelchair/buggy access.

Wednesday 5th April 1pm - 3pm
Woodland magic: 4 - 5 years.

Join the rangers at Royden Park for a fairies and elf event.
*Booking essential* - 5 per family
Please phone the Ranger's office on: 0151 677 7594

Let's Talk About WirralWed 5th April 2-3.30pm
A Walk Around Wales

A talk by BobChadwick
Let's Talk About Wirral - hearing from local people and their involvement in culture and sport in times past and present.
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
All welcome, and it's FREE including refreshments.
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Thursday 6th April 1pm - 3pm
Sounds, smells and colours of spring

Family event at Royden Park.
*Booking essential* - 5 per family
Please phone the Ranger's office on: 0151 677 7594

Thursday 6th April & EVERY Thursday 2.30pm
A Walking For Health free weekly walk

Leaving from Royden Park every Thursday at 2.30pm. For more adventurous walkers (not suitable for buggies or wheelchairs as there are various routes, mainly off road). Sturdy footwear required.
Please see www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/royden-park for contact details, and for more information on the walks.

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

Sunday 9th April
Birds of Prey event.

Have you ever wondered what a bird of prey looks like? Come and find out with Rockcliffe Raptors. There will be a display of real birds for you to see at Royden Park.

Wednesday 12th April 10am-12noon, and 2-4pm
Celebrate Gardening Week

Why not join the Rangers at Royden Park and plant your own seed to take home.

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

Westbourne Community Centre, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
'Heir hunting - an insider's view!' An illustrated talk by Alison Williams
Visitors welcome, 2.00 including refreshments
... [click here for more info]

Wednesday, 12th April 2-4.30pm
Heswall Hall 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. Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF www.heswallhall.co.uk Admission 4 on the door.

Wed 12 April 7.30pm
Behind the Scenes at RHS Shows

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

Thursday 13th April 10am-12noon, and 2-4pm
Hunt for the Easter bunny and Easter crafts.

Families can participate in a variety of Easter themed arts and crafts activities in the coach house at Royden Park.

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

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

West Kirby Farmers' Market
Sat 22nd April, 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. 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
Villiers String Quartet
Monday 24 April 7.30pm
Villiers String Quartet
Wirral Chamber Music Series

Schubert: Quartettsatz, D.703
Granero: Noche del Amor Insomne
Still: String Quartet No.3
Brahms: String Quartet in c minor, Op.51 No.1
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

Tuesday 25th April 9.15am
West Kirby Litter Pick

Gilroy Nature Reserve
A 90 minute litter picks followed by a short meeting to plan ahead.
Join your local community looking after local spaces. All welcome!
www.transitiontownwestkirby.org.uk

Thursday 27 April 8pm
Feathers and Wings

Featuring over 50 bird species from all over the globe.
Brian Anderson
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Fri 28th April, 7.30pm
Mustang

A 2015 Turkish-French feaure film debut by director Deniz Gamze Ergüven, which follows the lives of five orphaned sisters who are sent to live with their traditionally conservative uncle and grandmother
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

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Monday 1st May & EVERY Monday 12 midday - 1pm
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-monday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ
3 mile coastal route which crosses Wirral Way.

Wednesday 3rd May and EVERY Wed morning 10am
Wirral Pedal Away

Free guided bike ride along the coastal path and Wirral Way, with an emphasis on fun! Give it a go regardless of age, ability or cycling experience - you can even borrow a bike and helmet if you need to, for a small donation (1).
Meet outside the Sailing School on South Parade.
More info at www.cycling.org.uk/pedal-away or 07971476520 or 01925 234213

Wednesday 3rd May & EVERY Wednesday 12 midday - 1.00pm.
West Kirby Walk

Free, fun and friendly weekly walks with Wirral Walk On - your local Walking for Health scheme. See www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/west-kirby-health-walk-wednesday for more information.
Meet outside the sailing centre car park near Morrison's. CH48 0GQ 1.9 miles.
Coastal route which crosses the Wirral Way. Rest opportunities and wheelchair/buggy access.

Thursday 4th May & EVERY Thursday 2.30pm
A Walking For Health free weekly walk

Leaving from Royden Park every Thursday at 2.30pm. For more adventurous walkers (not suitable for buggies or wheelchairs as there are various routes, mainly off road). Sturdy footwear required.
Please see www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/content/royden-park for contact details, and for more information on the walks.

Miranda SykesFriday 5th May 7pm
Miranda Sykes on tour

Miranda Sykes returns to West Kirby Arts Centre as part of her solo tour. Don't miss this!
Tickets 12 each - More details and tickets online at www.westkirbyartscentre.org.uk

Saturday 6th May 10am-12noon
Young Rangers club

This is a new club for 7 - 12 year olds, on the first Saturday of every month at Royden Park. Children will learn more about nature through hands on practical activities and crafts. 3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Monday 8th May 10am - 12noon
Little Woodpeckers Club
.
Help your little one take their first steps into exploring nature by joining this new and exciting a nature club for pre-school aged children. First Monday of every month at Royden Park.
3 per session. Meet at the Ranger's office
For more information and a full list of activities please contact Royden Park Rangers on: 0151 677 7594

Wed 10th May 2-3.30pm
Out and About with the Wirral Street Pastors

A talk by Alex Laing
Let's Talk About Wirral - hearing from local people and their involvement in culture and sport in times past and present.
At St Hildeburghs Church Centre, Hoylake
All welcome, and it's FREE including refreshments.
Contact Kate Hughes kate@kh2.org.uk or 07590 728456

Wednesday 10th May at 2pm
West Wirral Family History Group

Westbourne Community Centre, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, CH48 4DQ
'Newspapers and where they can lead.' An illustrated talk by Hilary Watmough
Visitors welcome, 2.00 including refreshments
... [click here for more info]

Wednesday, 10th May 2-4.30pm
Heswall Hall 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. Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Rd, Heswall CH60 0AF www.heswallhall.co.uk Admission 4 on the door.

Wed 10 May 7.30pm
A Year at Eaton Hall Gardens

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

Sat 13th May 9am to 1pm
Wirral Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
New Ferry Village Hall
www.wirralfarmersmarket.co.uk

Sunday 14th May 1pm - 3pm
Sunflower planting family event at Royden Park.

Learn about the life cycle of a sunflower and plant your own to take home and grow.
Heswall Farmers' Market
Saturday 20th May 10am to 3pm
Heswall Farmers' Market

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

Thursday 25 May 8pm
AGM & Wirral Bird Club Members - A Bird's Eye View

Club members share their birding experiences through their own photographs.
Wirral Bird Club Members
A Wirral Bird Club meeting
At Kingsmead School Hall, Hoylake, CH47 0LL.
Visitors welcome, 4 including refreshments
... [more details]

Friday 26th May 7.30pm
Ex-Machina

A Hoylake Community Cinema film, at Hoylake Parade
A 2015 independent science fiction thriller written and directed by Alex Garland in his directorial debut.
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 27th May, 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. 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

Sunday 28th May
Birds of Prey event.

Have you ever wondered what a bird of prey looks like? Come and find out with Rockcliffe Raptors at Royden Park.

Monday 29th May 1pm - 3pm
Woodland Magic!

Join the rangers at Royden Park for a fairies and elf event.
*Booking essential* - 5 per family
Please phone the Ranger's office on: 0151 677 7594

Wednesday 31st May 1pm - 3pm
Bug hunt at Royden Park

*Booking essential* - 5 per family
Please phone the Ranges office on: 0151 677 7594