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SOUTH PORT: Prints of the Another Place statues can be seen in an exhibition of photographer Ron Davies's work at Southport Arts Centre Gallery. The exhibition will run until May 5.
FORMBY: The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation charity shop in Chapel Lane is appealing for unwanted crockery, bric-a-brac, ornaments and unwanted gifts.
Just take along any unwanted items. If you have any problems getting there, either call the shop on 01704 872550 or Lin Rigby on 0871 220 5423 who will be happy to arrange to have them collected.
SOUTHPORT: The General Register Office will be holding its annual Open Days, giving people a chance to find out more about how birth, marriage and death certificates are produced.
The open days are on Saturday, June 2, and Saturday, June 9, 10am-4.30pm. All places must be booked in advance.
Call the Public Relations Unit on 0151-471 4530 or 0151-471 4508 (8am-4pm, Monday to Friday).
AINTREE: The largest Alternative Ascot event in the north west is about to get even bigger. The event, held at Aintree every year on Royal Ascot Ladies Day in June, is moving to the new Grandstand which means there are 100 more places up for grabs this year.
Tickets are pounds 35 and include lunch, afternoon tea and entertainment after the racing with proceeds going to Alder Hey's Imagine Appeal.
Call 0151-252 5827 to book your place.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Apr 6, 2007|
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