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Events

2020

February

Period

Venue & Time

Event & Contact Details

Various

dates

Hoylake Parade Community Centre

31 Hoyle Rd

CH47 3AG

Get Directions

 

0151 632 2889

 

From Acting to Zumba

Classes & events for all!

hoylakeparade.com/whats-on

12

Quirky café

124e Market St, Hoylake,

CH47 3BH

 

3.45-4.45pm

Sweetpea Art Therapy

Afterschool art classes Every Wednesday

£5.00...all materials provided with step by step tuition from a qualified art teacher

Limited places.

Contact Quirky 0151 632 1103

or call/text 07392758262

 

www.facebook.com/pg/Sweetpea-Art-Therapy

12

Hoylake Parade Community Centre

31 Hoyle Rd

CH47 3AG

Get Directions

 

7pm-9pm*

 

Wine Tasting Are you a wine lover? Do you want to learn more about the different types of wine? Steve's courses are very informal, and are aimed at all levels, from absolute beginners to those wanting to learn more about the world of wine.
If you are interested please come and see Steve Byrne at the centre on a Wednesday evening
*
or Phone him on 07828629367 or

Email: stevebyrne1@live.com and he will happily provide more details.

15

Hoylake Home Education Hub

 

 

43a Market Street
Hoylake

2-3:30pm

Every Lesson Counts Home Education Hub

Something for a Saturday

There will be a Creative Writing and Book Club course running out of Our Hub, each Saturday starting on Saturday 15 February

The first hour will be all about working on designing characters, developing plots and writing great attention-grabbing stories.

The last 30 minutes will be having a good old chat about your favourite book with a drink and biscuits.

It costs just £5 a session.

To book a place for your child please go to https://bookwhen.com/hoylakehomeeducationday

Password = CreativeWritingClub

Get Directions

Tel: 07514 334769

 

20

URC Hall,

 "small hall"   

Meols Drive,

CH48 5DA

 7.30 pm

Deeside Lecture Society deesidels.weebly.com

‘Parkgate - Port and Resort’ 

by Anthony Annakin-Smith

 

Membership: £15 per season (or £1.50 per lecture)

£3 per individual lecture for visitors (non-members). 

View our 2019-20 programme.

20

St Michael & All Angels Church Centre,

Queensbury,

Newton

CH48 6ER

 

7.30pm

Hoylake & District Gardening Society

 

‘Flower Power Fairs’ by Judy Popley

details at: hoylake_district_gardening_society.html

21

Hoylake Parade Community Centre

 

10.30am-11.30am

Half Term Activity- Pirates!  Hosted by Crafty Kids Wirral …….. paint pirate pictures using stencils, stampers … hands & fee…., make treasure & sea creatures using playdough …… make and decorate a pirate hat, a hook, a telescope and a treasure map. 

Activities are most suitable for 3-8 year olds, but younger children can still join in with a bit of adult help, and older children are welcome if they would enjoy it. 

Cost: children aged 3 & over; it is £6 per child. 

Children aged 2 and under, you have the option to pay the full price to do all the activities, or a discounted price of £3 to just do the dough and painting activities. There is a small area with a few toys and games that is free of charge.

For details, or to book a place, please send a Facebook message, facebook.com/hoylakeparade or visit the website:

www.craftykidswirral.co.uk/book-a-place.

 

21

Hoylake Parade Community Centre

 

2-4.30pm

Beginners 6 Week Pottery Course

by Bizibeedee
Course will cover slab building, pinching and coil building, so many possibilities!
Materials included, tuition, clay, glazes and tools.
Refreshments
Cost £150
Payment secures places

Go to: www.facebook.com/events  to message  for enquiries about availability and how to pay

24

St. Hildeburgh’s Church,

 

Station Rd

 

Hoylake

 

7:30pm

Hoylake Chamber Concert Society

presents

Alexander Soares (Piano)

Bach: English Suite No.3 in G minor, BWV 808

Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre: Suite in A minor

Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.31 in A flat, Op. 110

Tickets: Adult £16; Students Free

Membership discount available.

Tickets available at the door and in advance from Ticketsource

 

27

Chemist & Co, 30a Market Street,

Hoylake,

10am -12noon

Bamboo & Panda

An animal art class - set to be a black and white sensation.

The Making of & using of bamboo dip pens. Using methods of applying ink to the tip to produce finer lines, progressing towards scrapping ink ……… The final part of the class to engage further with the medium and process’ to visualise images of pandas.

£10 including materials

Full details at: bamboo-panda

Contact:info@littlere-makes.com

27

Hoylake Branch Library

Hoylake 2pm-4pm

 

THE SORTING OFFICE

Come along to an informal, friendly group and “give it half an hour” of writing.

Details at: facebook.com/events

27

Kingsmead School Hall, Bertram Drive,

Hoylake,

 

CH47 0LL.

7.30 pm.

 

Wirral Bird Club

An illustrated presentation.

“Birding in the Isle of Avalon” Mike Roberts

The talk is based on Mike’s visits to the Somerset Levels over the last twenty years.

This is not a ticket event –visitors are very welcome, and the charge is £4.00 on the door, which includes tea/coffee and biscuits.

Details at wirralbirdclub.com

2020

March

Period

Venue & Time

Event & Contact Details

5

Hope Church

Station Road, Hoylake.

2pm

U3A

"The Enchanting Galapagos Islands & Ecuador" David Mottram

Doors open 1.30pm, coffee & tea available from 2pm.

www.u3asites.org.uk/hoylake

5

URC Hall, "small hall"   

Meols Drive,

CH48 5DA

 *7.30 pm

Deeside Lecture Society deesidels.weebly.com

AGM and lecture, Wirral - History from the Air - Gavin Hunter  

(*Please note: The Annual General Meeting starts at 7.30pm, followed by the lecture at 8pm).

 

Membership: £15 per season (or £1.50 per lecture)

£3 per individual lecture for visitors (non-members). 

View our 2019-20 programme.

16

Quirky Cafe,

124E Market St Hoylake

6:30pm-8:30pm

MIBA – Mums In Business Association

Wirral Networking Event Child-friendly networking event for local mums/women in business.

£15.00 For details & tickets go to: evensi.uk

19

URC Hall, "small hall"   

Meols Drive,

CH48 5DA

7.30 pm

Deeside Lecture Society deesidels.weebly.com

‘The Murder of Mary McGill: A Victorian Crime at Landican.’  by Angela Brabin

Membership: £15 per season (or £1.50 per lecture)

£3 per individual lecture for visitors (non-members). 

View our 2019-20 programme.

19

St Michael & All Angels Church Centre,

Queensbury,

Newton

CH48 6ER

 

7.30pm

Hoylake & District Gardening Society

 

AGM and Social Evening

details at: hoylake_district_gardening_society.html

23

St. Hildeburgh’s Church,

Station Rd

 

Hoylake

 

7.30 pm.

 

Hoylake Chamber Concert Society

presents

Notos Piano Quartet

 

Tickets: Adult £16; Students Free

Membership discount available.

Tickets available at the door and in advance from Ticketsource

 

26

Kingsmead School Hall,

Bertram Drive,

Hoylake,

 

CH47 0LL.

 

7.30 pm.

 

Wirral Bird Club

An illustrated presentation.

“Jewel in the Crown”Mike McKavett

The birds and animals of Northern India.

This is not a ticket event –visitors are very welcome, and the charge is £4.00 on the door, which includes tea/coffee and biscuits.

Details at wirralbirdclub.com

28

Melrose Hall,

Hoylake

Melrose Hall
presents
'Hoylake's got Talent.' (Tickets nearly sold out)

Details at: melrosehall.org.uk/whats-on

2020

April

Period

Venue & Time

Event & Contact Details

7

Hoylake Parade Community Centre

 

 

Easter Fun Day at Hoylake Parade 

 

Details at  facebook.com 

18

Melrose Hall, Hoylake

'Rigoletto' -Performed by Flat Pack Music

Details at: melrosehall.org.uk/whats-on

27

St. Hildeburgh’s Church,

 

Station Rd

 

Hoylake

Hoylake Chamber Concert Society

presents

Villiers Quartet

Tickets: Adult £16; Students Free

Membership discount available.

Tickets available at the door and in advance from Ticketsource

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

[Page last updated/checked 26/02/20

 

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