Meetings & Events

Meetings and Events

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Our next meeting is as shown below:

Our programme of meetings and talks for the 2021 season is continuing, using the Zoom video conferencing software.

Members who have submitted their email address to us are sent a joining link via email a few days before the meeting date.

19th Apr   Anthony Annakin-Smith - 'The health & welfare of Neston's

                                                           early miners and their families'

17th May  Dr Peter Enevoldson - 'The Parkgate mosquito & friends:

                                                     detritus but no tigers'

Meetings start at 8.00 pm via Zoom.


The following meetings are planned to be held at the Cricket Club:

20th Sep at 7.30 pm - Annual General Meeting, then

               at 8.00 pm - Christina Spencer - 'The Bibby Line'

18th Oct  at 8.00 pm - Dr Paul Dufton - 'Cleanliness is next to Godliness:

                                                           A History of Pears Soap up to 1914'

15th Nov at 6.30 pm - Hot Pot Supper (Entry by ticket only), then

                at 8.00 pm - Jimmi Hill - 'Raptors of the Wirral and their


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 May 2021