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ARROWE PARK Pilates: Mondays, 6-7pm. All ages and abilities welcome. Call 0151 652 3858.

BARNSTON 1st Barnston Cubs: Youngsters, aged 8-10, welcome to join the cub pack; Tuesdays, 6.30-8pm, Barnston Church Hall, PS5pm subscription. Email david.gorman154@gmail.com BEBINGTON Sit Fit Class: New chair-based exercise session for health and fitness suitable for all abilities, includes a relaxation session at the end, Mondays, 2.45-3.45pm, at Christ Church Community Centre, Kings Road. Contact Heather on 07925 076 914.

Singing Cafe: Come and enjoy singing (or listening to) songs from 1950s-'80s with coffee or tea and cake. Every third Tuesday in the month, 10.30amnoon, Christ Church Community Centre, Kings Road.

Connect Coffee: Every Wednesday morning, enjoy a tea or coffee and company. Newspapers are provided and activities for pre-school children. All welcome, 9.15-11.45am, at Christ Church Community Centre, Kings Road.

Pilates for all levels: Tuesdays, 6-7pm, at Bebington Civic Centre. Gemini Theatre School. Classes held in ballet, tap, street dance, contemporary, musical theatre and modern for children aged 2 to adults at Highcroft People's Centre. Call Karen or Wendy on 07527 715 055 or email geminidance@outlook.com.

Family History Society: Meets on the 4th Monday of every month, 7.30pm, in the Mayer Hall. New members and visitors welcome.

Family History Society of Cheshire: Help Desk in Bebington Library, on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month, 10am-12.30pm. Get guidance and help with your family history research.

Bebington Folk Dancing Group: Victoria Hall on 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays, from 8-10.15pm. Wide age/ ability range. No partner needed. Call 0151 652 4479 or 0151 339 8854. Bebington Bridge Club: Bebington Civic Centre, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7.20-10pm. Mixed abilities and supportive of new members. Call 334 9718. Sequence Dancing: Every Wednesday, 2-4pm, at Mayer Hall. PS1 inclusive of raffle and refreshments. SUEvivor Stroke Support: Free peer support. Come along bi-weekly on Tuesdays, 1-3pm, in Bebington Civic Centre. Call Sue on 07414 214 999.

BIDSTON Healthwatch Wirral: Will be taking place at Tesco Community Room, every Friday, from 10am-noon.

Birkenhead Junior Badminton: At Beechwood Recreation Centre, Saturdays, 9.30am-11.30am. Contact 07795 108 025 as bookings are required in advance. Lunchtime Mindfulness & Breath Work: Tuesdays, 12.10-12.50pm, at The Wellbeing Campus, Bentinck Street. Call 07599 872 911.

Just Good Friends Group: Over 50, active and looking to make friends? Friendship group meets Tuesdays in Birkenhead for parties, trips, quizzes, pub crawls and more. Call Steve on 07528 464 979 or Sylvia on 07762 727 728.

Irish Ceilidh Dancing: Every Friday at Wirral Change, St Lawrence's Drive. Admission free. Keep fit and have fun. Call Tricia on 07783 842 856. The Friends of Birkenhead Park: at Edward Kemp Community Garden, Ashville Road, seeking volunteers aged 16-80, Wednesday-Friday, 10.30am-12.30pm. No need to attend each week or be an experienced gardener. See www.friendsofbirkenheadpark.org.uk or email admin@fbp.org.uk Merchant Navy Association: Wirral Branch. Meet 3rd Thursdays at the RNA club, Park Road East, 1pm. New members welcome. Top 2 Toe Exercise Class: Maintain strength, posture and balance. Improve health and wellbeing. Salvation Army Hall, Vincent Street, Friday, 1.30-3pm; PS3.50. Call Age UK Wirral on 0151 482 3456.

BROMBOROUGH Wirral Group of Aglow International: Meets 3rd Monday of each month at Village Hotel, Bromborough, 7pm for 7.30pm. Please contact Joyce on 0151 336 2942 or 07951 032 541 for more details. Visit www.aglow.org.uk Wirral Manx Society: Meets 3rd Tuesday, 2-4pm, Lower Bebington Methodist Church Hall, Bromborough Road. Socialising, interesting speakers and meals out. Call Ann Bridson on 0151 608 3557.

Age UK Wirral: Broad range of activities at Meadowcroft, Spital Road. Beginners' salsa, papercraft, musical theatre group and computer courses. Call 0151 482 3456.

Wirral RSPB: First Thursday, 7.30pm, in the Civic Centre, Allport Lane. Speakers and presentations on birdrelated topics. Local group members free, visitors PS3.

CLAUGHTON Yoga for All: Thursdays, 7-8pm, at The Session Room, Trinity with Palm Grove United Reformed and Methodist Church; PS5 per class. Beginners welcome. Bring a yoga mat. Call Michelle Bryant on 07818 682 013.

Pilates: At St Bede's, Monday, 6.30-7.30pm. Mat work Pilates with Becky Hunt. Suitable for all abilities. Tel 07971 333 000.

Eating Disorder Support Group: Support for anyone affected by an eating disorder in any way. Confidential environment to talk and share experiences. Newcomers welcome. 3rd Monday, 6.30-8.30pm, St Bede's Centre. Visit www.tedsuk.com for details.

EASTHAMInspiring Minds Learning Centre: Spanish Tots, Mondays and Tuesdays. Arts, Crafts and Messy Play most days. Bringing Books to life. Playtime group. Sensory. Baby massage, Tuesdays. Tutoring/homework clubs. Call 07715 217 185 or see Facebook @inspiring mindslearning Line Dancing: For health and fitness every Wednesday, from 9.45-11.30am, at Delamere Community Centre, Delamere Avenue.

Everyone welcome. Taiko Drumming: Eastham Day Centre, every Tuesday, from 4-5pm. Japanese drumming for young and old, no experience required. First lesson free, then PS3.

EGREMONT Knit 'n' Natter Group: Tuesdays, 11am. Learn, swap patterns, or simply enjoy a good natter. Heart of Egremont, corner of Guildford and Union Streets. Disabled-friendly building. Call 0151 639 4441.

Wednesday Lunch Club: Heart of Egremont, Old Egremont Mission, Guildford Street. First sitting at noon. Menu changes weekly, PS3. Call 0151 639 4441.

Memory Cafe: For concerns about your memory or that of a loved one, join us at our dementia cafe at The Old Egremont Mission Building, 2-3.30pm on the second Thursday of each month. Phone 0151 639 4441.

FRANKBY The Peninsula Arts & Crafts Association: Will be hosting a Handmade Fair in the Coach House, Royden Park, from 10am-4pm on Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5. Free entry. Grange Probus Club: Retired gents who enjoy good company, food, chat and listening to short interesting talks on various subjects. Meet at Peel Hey, first Wednesday of the month, noon-3pm. Call Peter on 0151 334 3965 or John on 0151 625 9462.

Scottish Country Dancing: With Deeside Caledonian Society. Social dancing for all, instruction provided. Mondays, 7.45pm, Royden Hall; PS2.50 per session. Phone 0151 648 5054 or 0151 677 6653.

Greasby West Kirby Light Opera Society: Will stage Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi, at the Floral Pavilion, in June, 2018. If you would like to get involved, come to chorus auditions at Greasby Methodist Church Hall, 7.30pm on October 25. Contact Mike Ellis on 632 1989 or mike@4ellis.co.uk Greasby Townswomen's Guild: Meets second and third Wednesday each month in the Methodist Hall, Greasby Road, 2-4pm. Speakers, parties, games, quizzes and chat. Phone 0151 677 7360. Peninsula Arts & Crafts Association: First Tuesday of month. Guest speakers, refreshments, new artists/makers welcome. Greasby Methodist Church, Greasby Road, 7.30-9.30pm. Email peninsula artsandcrafts@googlemail.com HESWALL Mike Byrne and the Sunrockers: Heswall British Legion, Pensby Road, on the first Wednesday of every month with a great night of Rock 'n' Roll. Playing and singing the music of Buddy, Jerry Lee, Elvis, Roy and many others. Admission PS3.50 on the door. 8pm start.

Church Mice Playtime: Fun for the under-5s.

Heswall Methodist Church Hall, Telegraph Road. Friday, 9.30-11am. PS2 per session.

Pram & Buggy Group: Soft play area for babies. Big toy play, crafts, singing, refreshments. Heswall Methodist Church Hall, Telegraph Road. Monday, 9.30-11am. PS2 per session.

Fun Belly Dancing Group: For women of all ages and dance abilities. Lots of health and fitness benefits. Social events and outings. Coin belts provided. Heswall & Hoylake. Call 07900 426 091.

Ladies' Bowling Club: Has vacancies for both new and experienced bowlers. Phone 0151 648 4445.

Songbirds Singing Group: Rehearse Fridays, 10.30am-12.30pm, at Our Lady and St John Church, 1, Boundary Road. Call June on 0151 538 9775/ 07434 528 699.

Wirral Unitarians: Religious community who share ideas and beliefs. Meet 2nd and 4th Sunday at the Quaker Meeting House, 6.30pm, in upstairs room. Visit www.ukunitarians.org.uk/Wirral or email richard andhelenmerritt@hotmail.com HOYLAKE West Kirby Light Opera Society: Will stage Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi, at the Floral Pavilion, in June, 2018. If you would like to get involved, come to a workshop at Hoylake Community Centre, 7.30pm on October 30, and principal auditions at Hoylake Community Centre, 1-7pm, on November 5. Contact Mike Ellis on 632 1989 or mike@4ellis.co.uk Belly Dancing Classes: Suitable for women of all ages and dance abilities. Hoylake Parade Community Centre, Saturdays, noon, taradanceinfo@gmail.com. Egyptian & Turkish Dance Classes: For women of all ages and dance abilities. Hoylake Parade Community Centre, Hoyle Road. Saturdays, noon. Call 07900 426 091 or email taradanceinfo@gmail.com Hoylake and West Kirby Soroptimists: Meet at Hoylake Sailing Club at 7.30pm on the 2nd Monday of the month, and the 4th Monday at various venues. Help the community and make friends. Visitors and new members welcome. Call 0151 632 1446 or visit www.sigbi.org/hoylakeand-west-kirby Hoylake Flower Club: Meets at Melrose Hall, on 3rd Tuesday of every month, with guest flower demonstrator. Doors 7pm; visitors welcome, PS5. Contact cbradstreet@sky.com or 364 4554.

Wirral West Conservative Luncheon Club: Lunch followed by interesting speaker on 3rd Thursday of the month at Marco's Restaurant. Call 0151 677 5874 for details. Hoylake, West Kirby & District U3A: First Thursday of the month at Hoylake Community Centre, Hoyle Road. Visitors welcome. Annual membership, PS20. Call Victoria on 344 3816 or visit www.u3asites.org.uk/hoylake.

Easy-Going Pilates: St Hildeburgh's Church Centre, Wednesday, 2-3pm. For those looking for introduction to Pilates, older people and those recovering from injury. Contact Dr Kate Hughes on 07590 728 456 or kate@kh2.org.uk Tai Chi: Parade Community Centre, Tuesdays, 6.30-7.30pm. Improve physical and mental wellbeing. Suitable for newcomers and those who would like revision of the basic techniques. Contact Dr Kate Hughes on 07590 728 456 or kate@kh2.org.uk Let's Talk About Wirral: St Hildeburgh's Church Centre, the 1st Wednesday of the month, 2-3pm. Hear about places, events and people linked to Wirral.

Contact Dr Kate Hughes on 07590 728 456 or kate@kh2.org.uk Life Drawing Sessions: Every Tuesday, 1pm, and most Tuesdays, 7pm, at Melrose Hall. All levels, PS7.50. Email dennis. spicer@talktalk.net or telephone 0151 625 3107. Wirral Bird Club: Indoor meetings, fourth Thursday of the month, at Kingsmead School Hall, Bertram Drive, at 8pm. Visitors welcome; PS4 with drinks. Phone Bill on 07795 148140 or see www.wirralbirdclub.com for more information. Hoylake Photographic Society: Friday, at 7.45pm, at Newton Village Hall, Grange Cross Lane.

Irby Pilates: At Irby Dance Studio, Tuesday, 9.30am, and Wednesday, 8pm. Mat work Pilates with Becky Hunt. All abilities welcome. Tel 07971 333 000.

Irby & Thurstaston WI: Meet at Irby Village Hall on the last Thursday of month, at 7.30pm. Speakers, craft groups, gardening group and outings. Call 648 3593. Irby & Thurstaston Gardeners' Club: Will meet at Irby Village Hall at 8pm, on the first Tuesday of the month. New members welcome. The Friends of Irby Library: Are looking for new volunteers - can you spare a few hours per month? If so, please contact Jen on 07729 339 785.

English Folk/Country Dancing: At Irby Methodist Church Hall, alternate Fridays, 8-10pm. Call 0151 342 5420.

The Original Panama Jazz Band: Traditional jazz performed every first and third Wednesday of month at the Irby Club, 15, Thingwall Road. Free. 8.30pm. Call 0151 648 1732.

Irby Country Music Club: Live acts every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at the Irby Club, 15, Thingwall Road; free. Doors open 7.30pm. Call 0151 648 1732.

Dawpool WI: Meets at Irby Village Hall on 3rd Wednesday at 7.30pm with a different speaker. We have various outings, trips and clubs. Call Chris on 0151 342 4195.

LEASOWE Dance Exercise: Guide Headquarters, Leasowe Road, Thursday, at 2.15pm. Exercise-focused and a steady pace. All ages welcome. Admission, PS4. For details, call Angela on 639 5486.

Leasowe Castle Country and Western Music Club: Poulton Vics, Wallasey Bridge Road, every Thursday, 7.30pm, live music and DJ. Visitors PS5, members, concessions PS3.50. Children free. Phone Margy on 07707 712 936.

See lccwmc@weebly.com for up-coming artists. Sewing Workshop: Leasowe Millennium Centre holds a sewing workshop every Wednesday, from 6-8pm. All levels welcome. Just turn up and ask at reception for the sewing workshop group.

Leasowe Playgroup: Mondays, 9.15-11.30am, term time. Fun play and craft for parents/carers of children, 0-5 years. PS1 per child with snack. All welcome. Call Claire on 07840 234 178.

LISCARD Well On Wirral: Tuesdays, 9.30am- 4.30pm, at Cherry Tree Shopping Centre. Free health check, blood pressure check & health walks. Adult colouring, PS1, chair-based exercise, relaxation sessions, PS2.50. Other activities also available; 18+.

Royal Marines Association Merseyside: Meets last Wednesday of each month, from 8pm, at Royal British Legion, Withens Lane. New members welcome. Liscard Ladies' Club: Meets Tuesdays, 2-4pm, at Marlowe Road UR Church Hall. All ladies welcome to enjoy guest speakers and a wide variety of activities. Contact 0151 200 2261. Wirral Accordion Group: Meet at the Place in the Park, Tuesdays, at 7pm. Phone 0151 608 3273.

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