Wednesday welcomed Wallasey Rotary Club

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Welcoming the group of appreciative Wallasey Rotarians we were delighted to find that some of them had their own personal heritage associated with this church and are willing to share it with us. The photo is taken by Anthony Bakewell when he sailed in to Liverpool on the QEII. One kind lady has promised an LP record of the choir at this church in about 1955. Wouldn’t that be interesting?

Hopefully, during our second Heritage Lottery Project, we will be able to collect many more memories.

It’s also great to get such positive feedback, thanks to all our hard working volunteers, those who work behind the scenes keeping the church and grounds clean and well maintained and those welcoming visitors, both on this occasion and at other times.

Just a brief note on behalf of my colleagues in the Rotary Club of Wallasey and on my own behalf to thank you for a most interesting and informative visit this morning. I think that we are full of admiration for your efforts to date in bringing the Church back to life and we wish you well with your future plans.

Please also thank Canon Montjean and your other colleagues for their kind hospitality after the visit.

Yours

Ray Allan

It is lovely to welcome groups to enjoy the history of the Shrine. If you know of any group who would be interested, email heritage@domeofhome.org.

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Short introductory course then share your enthusiasm with visitors interested in the history of this church.

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