We have a number of fun and interesting days coming up to tell you about.
Pottery in the Park
Back by popular demand, on the 18th of September we have another Pottery in the Park day, delivered by the very talented local artist John Ayling in Stadt Moers Activity Centre. It is a full day, split in to morning and afternoon activities, that will give you a taster of how to design your own tile, the history of the grounds of Stadt Moers and a chance to make a bowl on the potters wheel.
Please see the details below and contact me as soon as possible to reserve a place.
(Please note, if to attend, we ask that you take part in all of the activities and dress appropriately for outside weather).
A lot of people have popped in to the Heritage Hub expressing an interest in their family history. In response to such enquiries and in support of the monthly drop-in sessions at Prescot Library we will be running sessions at Vee’s Place, Kemble Street, from the end of September/beginning of October.
Before we start, I would like to know what day is best for you, Monday 11 – 1pm or Tuesday 11 – 1pm?
Please let me know by e-mail: Lyndsey-Jane.Kevan@knowsley.gov.uk or by mobile: 07773 575 856, as the majority will dictate the day.
Free Continual Professional Development
The THI is offering three days of free training with Alan Gardner in October, covering the subjects of Lime, Timber Repair and Damp and Stone.
The training is aimed at building surveyors, architects, conservation officers, building contractors and home owners/managers of pre-1919 buildings.
Numbers are limited, so please contact me as soon as possible to reserve a place.