Meetings & Events

Founded 1972

Parkgate Society

Registered Charity

No. 503718

Meetings and Events

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Our next meeting is on:

 

Monday 17th September at 7.30 pm

when we will be holding our AGM.

Then at 8.00 pm, Mike Murphy will be presenting his

illustrated talk about Nelson, The Navy and Tradition.

 

We hope to see you all there; and bring a friend or relative along as well, the first night is free for guests.

The programme of meetings and

talks for the 2018/2019 season is:

17th Sep. AGM (at 7.30pm) then at 8.00pm

Mike Murphy - Nelson, The Navy & Tradition.

15th Oct. Colin Millington - The Beauty & Interest of the Wirral.

19th Nov. Hot Pot Supper (at 6.30pm) then at 8.00pm

Gavin Hunter - The Liverpool Overhead Railway.

21st Jan. Dr Geoff Gill - The Burma Railway 1942-1945:

Disease, Death and Survival.

18th Feb Dr Bryan Lecky - Myanmar: My Great Grandfather and me.

18th Mar Professor Sir Ian Gilmore: The Tay Bridge Disaster.

15th Apr Dr Trevor Evans - Bittersweet - a story of sugar.

20th May Mr Norman Waddell - The Hardmans’ House, 59 Rodney Street.

© Parkgate Society 2018

Unless otherwise advertised, Parkgate Society meetings take place in the Cranston Suite of the Neston Cricket Club, Station Road, Parkgate, on the 3rd Monday of the month, at 8.00pm - September, October, November, January, February, March, April and May.

 

Visitors are most welcome, and entry is free for the first visit.

 

The Society's AGM takes place at 7.30pm before the September meeting.

There is usually adequate parking on site, and access to the Cranston Suite is wheelchair/disability friendly. The bar is open to all, and serves tea and coffee as well as the usual alocoholic and soft drinks.

 

Apart from the advertised talk, evenings include a raffle, and usually include a briefing or update on matters happening in Parkgate. This is an excellent opportunity for Society members to hear and comment about local issues, and raise any issues they may have themselves.

Last Updated July 2018