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THURSDAY, JUNE 20
The Seedlings Trust will hold its annual general meeting from 7pm at 40 Cooper Street, St Helens. For more details contact 01744 604936.
SATURDAY, JUNE 22
St Peter’s School field in Birley Street, Newton, will host a summer fun day between 11am and 3pm. There will be a bouncy castle, face painting, beat the goalie and lots more fun activities for the kids. Also, various stalls, homemade cakes, BBQ and tombola. Entertainment will be provided by the St Helens Celebration Choir and Rebecca Walton school of dance and there will be a special appearance from the Saints mascot ‘boots’. Admission is free.
SATURDAY, JUNE 22
St Helens Council’s ranger service holds a bat and moth-watching evening at Siding Lane Country Park. After meeting at the visitor centre at 9.30pm groups will be led out on a guided walk and talk around the nature reserve. Bat detectors will help pinpoint the flying mammals before moth traps are inspected, the various species identified and a talk given by rangers. All ages are welcome and while a torch and sunglasses are advisable, they are not essential. More details from 01744 678073.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
A talk on the Waldron Wayfarer – the classic car built in St Helens – will take place at Eccleston library between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. The talk will look in specific detail at the famous car and new information will be discussed.
SUNDAY, JUNE 30
A summer fete is set to be held at St Patrick’s Social Centre in Newton-le-Willows. The event, set to start at the Common Road venue at 12.30pm, will include face painting, side stalls, refreshments, a cake stall, tombola, barbecue and plant stall. Admission is free.
MONDAY, JULY 8
Queens Park Local History Group’s next meeting is scheduled for 7pm t the Sprayhurst Social Club in Boundary Road. Clare Swatbridge and Ann Slater are set to talk about the work of the Rainhill Civic Society.
Haydock Judo Club meets every Monday at the CB club in Haydock between 5pm and 6pm for five to seven-year-olds; and the following hour for eight to 10-year-olds.
St Helens Phoenix Club for the divorced, separated and widowed meet for sequence dancing every Wednesday between 8pm and 11pm at Haydock Conservative Club in Bellerophon Way off Church Road.