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Events

HELP Information Centre

HELP is located in Melrose Hall, Melrose Ave., Hoylake

It operates Wednesday 10am- 12.30pm

2018

October

Period

Venue/Times

Event & Contact Details

29

St Hildeburgh's church

the corner of Stanley Road & The King's Gap, Hoylake.  MAP


7.30pm

 

Wirral Chamber Music Series

Present

Emmanuel Bach & Jenny Stern

Violin & Piano

 

Brahms:   Violin Sonata No.2 in A, Op.100

Claude Pascal:   Violin Sonata No.2

Saint-Saens:   Caprice [arr. Ysaye]

Chausson:   Poeme, Op.25

Grieg: Violin Sonata in c minor, Op.45

Tickets: Adult £16. Students in F/T education - Free.
Available on the door from 7 p.m. on the evening of the concert
or online through
Ticket Source

2018

 November

Period

Venue/Times

Event & Contact Details

 

 

 

1

United Reformed Church

Small Hall,

Meols Drive,

West Kirby

CH48 5DA

 

Lectures start at 7.30pm.

Deeside Lecture Society

‘A History of West Kirby’s Waterfront’

By Heather Chapman

Presentations are mostly illustrated & last about 1 hour plus questions & comments.

Membership of the Society is £15 for 12 lectures or visitors £3.
deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact John Turner (Chairman) 625 7061

3

Melrose Hall,

6 Melrose Avenue, Hoylake,

CH47 3BU

 

10am- 2pm

The Hog Centre – ‘Fundraising Coffee Morning’

Admission £2.50 inc. tea, coffee & cake

Fantastic Tombola & Raffle!

All proceeds to Wirral Animal Sanctuary – The Hog Centre

3

Kids Planet Hoylake

1 Queens Road, 
Hoylake

CH47 2AG

11am-3pm

Kids Planet Hoylake Grand Opening’

The former Police station has had a complete refit and remodel of the existing building.

kidsplanetdaynurseries.co.uk

 

Everyone welcome to viewthe facilities & meet the team. Refreshments provided

5

The Green Lodge Hotel

2 Stanley Road

Hoylake

CH47 1HW

Re-Opening Celebration

‘Community Get Together’

 

No need to book! Lots of entertainment, including a spectacular fireworks display

6

Holiday Inn ,

The Kings Gap

 Hoylake

 

CH47 1HE

Better Hearing Exhibition.

An event dedicated to those with hearing concerns, with local leading hearing experts.

To book am place call:

FREEPHONE 0800 032 7697.

9

St John The Baptist Church,

Birkenhead Road,

Great Meols

CH47 0LF

 

World War I Remembrance

12 noon: Service Followed by ‘sandwiches & cake’ in church centre.

2.15pm: Talk in Church ‘Trenches, Torpedoes, Bullets & Bumkers’ with Ken Pye

Display of ‘Poppies & Memorabilia’ in church.

Donations to British Legion & West Kirby Memotial.

10

St John The Baptist Church,

Great Meols

 

2-4pm

World War I Remembrance

‘Tea & Tunes’ in church, to view exhibits

13

Old Town Hall, Albert Road

Hoylake,

7pm - 9pm

 

Hoylake Vision Community Planning Forum public meeting

‘Make More of Hoylake’s Buildings & Spaces’

hoylakevision.org.uk

15

The Church Centre of

St Michael & All Angels,

Woodland Road

(access also from Queensbury), Newton,

West Kirby

CH48 6EL.

St. Michael & All Angels

7.30pm

Hoylake & District Gardening Society

‘My Concrete Garden’
by Ray Bailey

Talks are followed by tea, coffee and biscuits with a chance to chat to the speaker and to other members.

Guests are always welcome at £2.00 per visit.

facebook.com/HoylakeGardeningSociety

 

15

United Reformed Church

Small Hall,

Meols Drive,

West Kirby

CH48 5DA

 

Lectures start at

7.30pm.

Deeside Lecture Society

‘Birkenhead Priory’

 By Colin Simpson

Presentations are mostly illustrated & last about 1 hour plus questions & comments.
Membership of the Society is £15 for 12 lectures or visitors £3.
deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact

John Turner (Chairman) 0151 625 7061

20

Melrose Hall,

6 Melrose Avenue, Hoylake,

CH47 3BU

 

3rd  Tuesday of ea.

 month (except Aug. & Dec.),
start at

7.30pm

Hoylake Flower Club

Sara Barrow (North West Area Demonstrator)

‘Mistletoe and Wine’

Membership £40 annual. Visitors £5 for first visit, £7 thereafter.
www.nafascheshire.org.uk/clubs/hoylake.php

 

See ‘Regular Events’ at Melrose hall:

melrosehall.org.uk

22

Kingsmead School Hall,

Bertram Drive, Hoylake, 

CH47 0LL

 

7.30 pm- 9.00 pm

 

Wirral Bird Club presents

 “The RSPB on the Dee – from the Mud to the Mere

Dan Trotman the reserve’s Visitor Experience Manager.

What is happening at our local RSPB reserve? The illustrated presentation will chart the development of the RSPB Dee Estuary reserve, from the purchase of Parkgate marsh in 1979 to the opening of Burton Mere Wetlands in 2011, with an account of the wildlife now thriving there.

Visitors are very welcome, and the charge is £4.00, which includes light refreshments.

More details at www.wirralbirdclub.com

or contact Bill – 07795 148140

23

The Parade 

Hoylake Community Centre

Hoyle Road

Hoylake

CH47 3AG

7.30 pm

Hoylake Evangelical Church ‘Ladies’ Christmas Craft Evening’

Inviting all ladies to this opportunity to buy locally mad crafts, enjoy refreshments , hear a short Christmas talk & to take ‘time out’ to relax with friends

23

Melrose Hall,

6 Melrose Avenue, Hoylake,

CH47 3BU

 

start at

7.30pm

Jigsaw Players present

‘The Sociable Plover’ A play by Tim Whitnall

 

Admission  £5 to inc. tea or coffee.

Drinks available to buy

 

 

2018

December

Period

Venue/Times

Event & Contact Details

4

Outing to

Orme View Restaurant, Rhos-on-Sea

 

Hoylake & District Gardening Society

Christmas Coach Outing to the Orme View Restaurant, Rhos-on-Sea

 

Members have priority, but non-members if interested in coming along, please contact Joy Davies on 0151 677 1465 or  joydavies@talktalk.net, to check availability

 

facebook.com/HoylakeGardeningSociety

6

United Reformed Church

Small Hall,

Meols Drive,

West Kirby

CH48 5DA

 

Lectures start at

7.30pm.

‘Life on a Cruise Liner ‘

by Captain Derrick Kemp

Presentations are mostly illustrated & last about 1 hour plus questions & comments.
Membership of the Society is £15 for 12 lectures or visitors £3.
deesidels.weebly.com
For further information please contact

John Turner (Chairman) 0151 625 7061

7

St Hildeburgh’s Church

CH47 1HL

At the junction of The King’s Gap and Stanley Road, Hoylake, opposite the Green Lodge.

 

 

6pm

St Hildeburgh’s Church Christmas Tree Festival

 

Yuletide in Hoylake will be launched with the display of fabulously decorated trees, when Santa Claus throws the switch which lights up the trees in quick succession round the church. Santa will then be in his grotto for children to visit.

The MP for Wirral West, Margaret Greenwood, is due to attend the opening ceremony.

Then the festival will begin with entertainment by the Helen O’Grady Drama Group.

A Christmas market will be selling festive gifts, decorations and more; and the festival café will serve wine, soft drinks and mince pies.

 

8-9

St Hildeburgh’s

Church

 CH47 1HL

 

At the junction of The King’s Gap and Stanley Road, Hoylake, opposite the Green Lodge

As part of St Hildeburgh’s Church Christmas Tree Festival

Children’s craft sessions, face-painting and other activities

Christmas market.

Santa Claus will be chatting to children at various times on both days.

There will be live entertainment – music, singing and dancing displays – throughout the event. Saturday & Sunday from 12noon-2.30pm:

Homemade vegetable soup, sandwiches and burgers will be served in the festival café

Cost of admission, inc. tea, coffee, mince pies & biscuits:

£2.50 for adults ; free to accompanied children aged under 16.

Proceeds from the festival will be shared between St Hildeburgh’s and a number of charities.

See St Hildeburgh's website, sthildeburgh.net

Facebook page, St Hildeburgh's, for times of Santa’s visits, events and entertainments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

[Page last updated/checked 29/10/18

 

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