The New Brighton Heritage Centre is now situated in St James Church, Victoria Road and is always worth a visit. It’s staffed by volunteers most days and provides a wealth of local history information.
We need more Volunteers to help keep the Centre open.
If you can spare 2 hours a week to help, phone Rusty Keane on 0151 639 5798 (the Centre opens Mon – Sat 11am – 4.00pm and Sundays 11.00am – 3.00pm when Volunteers are available.
Come and have a cup of tea, have a look at the information we have displayed and, perhaps, watch one of our local history DVD’s. We look forward to seeing you.
Local history talks take place usually on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 2.30 pm. Admission £2.
Wednesday – 9/9/2015 – Wallasey in 1961
Wednesday- 7/10/2015- Photographs of New Brighton Now and Then
Wednesday – 21/10/2015 History of Port Sanitary Hospital New Ferry
Wednesday–4/11/2015 – Photographs of New Brighton Now and Then
Wednesday – 18/11/2015 – Wirral in Literature Part 2
Wednesday-2/12/2015 – Photographs of New Brighton Now and Then
Wednesday – 16/12/2015 Excursions on the Wirral from the Royal Picturesque Handbook 1852