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The Titanic's sinking will be the subject of discussion of the next meeting of the St Helens Historical Society

The Titanic's sinking will be the subject of discussion of the next meeting of the St Helens Historical Society

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FIND out what’s going on in the clubs and organisers across St Helens, Newton and Prescot.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26: Artists and designers from across Lancashire are exhibiting a selection of their work at World of Glass in Chalon Way East, St Helens. The artists are all members of the Art and Craft Guild of Lancashire which promotes the work of artists and designer makers who create original arts and crafts. The exhibition is open from 10am until 4pm Tuesday to Sunday each week until January 13 year. Admission is free.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29: The next meeting of the Sankey Canal Restoration Society takes place at St Patrick’s Parish Centre in Marian Road, Earlestown, from 7.30pm. It will include a talk by Titanic enthusiast Paul Jones. Admission is free.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5: The Friends of Haydock High School stage a ‘Turkey and Tinsel’ afternoon between 4.30pm and 6.30pm in the Drama Theatre. Tickets priced £1 from the school office or by contacting Sandra Dixon or Lesley Rowe on 01744 678833 by December 3.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12: St Helens CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) is holding its monthly members meeting in the Junction Hotel, 102 News Lane, Rainford at 8pm. All members and prospective members are invited.

EVERY MONDAY: Moss Bank Childrens Centre runs a ‘kreative kids’ session between 3.30pm and 4.30pm for children aged up to five. Call 07554 028 472 for details.

EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY: Peter Street Community Centre hold an over 50s keep fit class from 10am.