St. Helens

Events

We have a General Meeting, which is held in the Reflections Suite in the World of Glass on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, starting at 10.30 a.m., unless otherwise stated.

After such business as we need to do, there will usually be a speaker of general interest, and then an opportunity for members to sign up to groups, renew their membership, or just chat with friends. Unfortunately we cannot provide tea and coffee for the time being - so perhaps you can continue your chat in the cafe downstairs.

Also, we have our Coffee Morning Drop In on the fourth Wednesday of every month, at the World of Glass Cafeteria, from 10.30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m., which is another opportunity to join and to sign up for groups. There is limited parking at the venue.


Dates for your Diary
November 2019
Wed Nov 27thMeetingDROP IN with “Honey Rose Foundation” in attendance.
Karen Baines from the Honey Rose Foundation will be hosting a table at this Drop-in. This is the only UK charity to grant wishes to those over the age of 40, suffering with Cancer and other life- threatening conditions. Visit Karen to find out about the work of this vital local charity and see what they do to support these people in achieving their goals.
December 2019
Wed Dec 11thMeetingTHANKS GENERAL ELECTION — NO TOWN HALL XMAS CELEBRATION!

INSTEAD EXTRA DROP IN MORNING/Coffee Morning Wednesday 11th December 10:30
This will be in the upstairs PARISH ROOMS, opposite Halifax Bank Church Square
Still be some seasonal treats and Carol Singing we hope!
January 2020
Wed Jan 8thMeetingGENERAL MEETING --- ‘WHAT WAS ON THE TELLY ??’
Barry Humphreys from the Wirral, will present one of his Timelines Heritage talks, This is likely to be an entertaining and humorous presentation and may jog a lot of pleasant memories about the programmes we were enjoying watching on our televisions in the 1950's and 1960's.
Wed Jan 22ndMeetingDROP-IN with the "THE LIBRARY SERVICE" in attendance
Kate Jones is a Community Library Officer in St Helens and will be visiting us at the January Drop-in. She will be happy to answer any queries that members have generally about the Library Service. Members will also be able to learn about the many exciting events and activities coming up in libraries in the Borough – reading groups and cultural hubs, to mention just two.