Event Photo Gallery

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Welcome to our NEW ‘Event Photo’s’ section. On this page you will find images of the events that we either organise or take part in, please keep checking back for new
photo’s over the coming months, as we attend more events throughout the summer, I will begin to upload them here.

Open Day 2015 and 25th Anniversary Celebrations

These are some of the pics taken at our Open Day and 25th Anniversary celebrations on Saturday 12th September 2015 which was held at St Cuthbert’s Parochial Hall, Botanic
Road, Churchtown.This was the first Open day held for a few years, even so, it was a great turn out and they are back to stay, I’m looking forward to next years Open Day

NMFHS Committee 2015

From left to right: Chairman Linda Roberts, Our new President Elect, Mr Bernard O’Malley, Editor of our local newspaper Southport Visiter Andrew Brown, and Vice-Chair Gladys Armstrong

Jennie Gregson chatting with one of our members about our range of parish records and books that are available to purchase

Geoff and Linda discussing the Tithe Map with a member

Gladys and Sue having at look at the selection of books that were on offer from Terry Walsh’s book stall

Dave Gregson explaining how the Tithe Map and Apportionment book works

Dot Vickers helping members with our library books that are available for members to borrow

The wonderfully yummy cakes that Dot made for the celebrations

Victorian Gala at Botanic Gardens
in Churchtown August 2013

The first five images, were taken & kindly donated by Matthew Ormesher, at the Victorian Gala held within the grounds of our lovely Botanic Gardens in August 2013.

Some of the committee at the Gala.

More committee members in the Fernery at Botanic Gardens

Some of the committee taking a stroll by the lake

‘Ello, Ello, Ello’, the headmaster & local bobby, looks like someone is in trouble… uh oh !