Meetings & Events

Founded 1972

Parkgate Society

Registered Charity

No. 503718

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Meetings and Events

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Our next meeting is as shown below:

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 2019/2020 season has been cancelled. We do have a number of talks lined up for the autumn but we do not know if or when these will occur.

16th Sept The Society's Annual General Meeting at 7.30 pm, then

                 Dr Chris Brace - ‘Medicine on the Wirral’

21st Oct   Hilary Davies - ‘Rock around the Wirral’

18th Nov  Our Hotpot supper at 6.30 pm, followed by

                Tom Jones - ‘The Rows of Chester’

20th Jan   Dr Peter Enevoldson - ‘Mosquitos’

17th Feb  Gavin Hunter - ‘Lost Halls of Wirral’

16th Mar  Gavin Chappell - ‘Wirral Smugglers & Wreckers’

20th Apr   Christina Spencer - 'The Bibby Line'

18th May Jimmi Hill - ‘Raptors of the Wirral and their conservation’

   Meetings start at 8.00 pm in the Cranston Suite unless shown above.

Unless otherwise advertised, Parkgate Society meetings take place in the Cranston Suite of The Parkgate Clubhouse, (the Cricket Club), Station Road, Parkgate, on the 3rd Monday of the month, at 8.00 pm -  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 7.30 pm 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 April 2020