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Congratulations to John McKenzie, our latest Walking Group Leader. John recently attended a training course, provided by Sefton Active Walks, on Tuesday, 24th March 2015, when he qualified as a Walking Group Leader. This means we now have three trained leaders who can lead our Monday walks. John will be leading his first walk this Monday.
5k BUNNY RUN
On Sunday, 29th March 2015, together with Brenda McKenzie, we completed the Woodlands Hospice Sponsored 5k Bunny Run, through the beautiful grounds of Croxteth Hall Country Park, in aid of Woodlands Hospice. Continue reading
HELP DESK: Tuesday morning ‘drop in’. Bring your laptop or tablet with you to the computer room during the coffee morning.
TUESDAY & FRIDAY 14:00 – 16:00: One-to-one help with tablets, smart phones, laptops and computer apps. To make an appointment or for further information, call and see us in the computer room.
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Now that the lighter nights are here again, we are moving the walk back to Lydiate from Monday, 13th April, 2015. Meeting at 18:30hrs (6.30pm) at Lydiate Parish Hall. Continue reading
We had another successful meeting on Monday 2nd March the competition theme was Communication
WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE ENTRY TICKETS TO THIS EVENT AT THE ROYAL LIVER BUILDGINGS JUNE 27th / 28TH 2015 11 AM until 5PM .
There will be a varied display of art / craft work on show, many from local artists.
We have tickets for Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th June.
collect tickets from Maureen at venue on day 11.am Saturday 27th
you must have your name on list by Tuesday 23rd June please.
do not just turn up you may be dissapointed.
Membership renewals start this week with fees kept to the sane level £12 for the year which includes the national Third Age Matters magazine issued 5 times a year, delivered to your door as well as the 10 issues of our regular Newsletter.
When March arrives you should see robins,sparrows, and blackbirds flying across your garden with twigs leaves and moss that they are using to build their nests. I have started to help them by leaving moss, twigs and dried leaves by the feeders. Put out some nest boxes. Choose somewhere sheltered and you will soon have a family of birds in your garden. Continue reading