Nationally acclaimed Leyland Band at Holy Trinity this month

We’re looking forward to the nationally-acclaimed and ever-popular Leyland Band, who will perform at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 30 September, 3pm.

Leyland Band spokesman Gary Westwood said, “A week later we will be performing in the Royal Albert Hall, representing the North West in the finals of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. This comes hard on the heels of our appearance in the 2018 British Open Brass Band Championships, where we were delighted to appear on the podium with a 6th place order of merit, in a field of 19 of the world’s best bands.”

Come and enjoy their amazing sounds. Tickets just £12 – children go free. Contact 01704 535208 or email malansac@sky.com for tickets. www.leylandband.co.uk

New Trinity Hobbies Group

Want to get out of the house, meet new people and have fun?

Trinity Arts is starting a new hobby group, which meets on the third Wednesday evening of the month.

Sessions will range from bread making to Christmas flower table decorations, hand massage and continental chocolates at Easter.

Trinity Hobbies coordinator Barbara Harvey said, ‘We’ll be a welcome space for those who want to meet other people, perhaps those who feel isolated on their own, or those who want to regularly learn something new. In fact this group will be great to anyone.’

The first session is on Bread and Biscuit Making on 17 October from 8pm – 10pm, cost just £1.50 to cover costs, including refreshments. It will be held at Holy Trinity Church Parish Centre on Hoghton Street.

The group is also appealing for ideas for future evenings – and people willing to run the two-hour sessions, so any photographers, calligraphers, scrapbookers or others, who would like to donate their services, please contact marketing@trinityarts.org.uk

The group may also be featured in the Asda Green Token Giving Programme in the autumn so people can donate that way.

Summer Concert “top class”

Over 100 people were thrilled with the stirring performance of Francis Goodwin at Holy Trinity Church in August as he wowed his audience with Bach, Debussy and Beethoven. Comments ranged from ‘absolutely superb’, ‘top class’, and ‘delightful to see young talent’  to ‘an amazing feat of memory to play complicated music. One of Southport’s own.’

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Our Lunchtime Music on Friday is Alan Whiteley. Alan is the organist at URC Birkdale and will perform an organ recital at Holy Trinity Church between 1pm – 1.45pm. It’s free and tea and coffee will be provided. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Lunchtime Music on Friday is Alan Whiteley. Alan is the organist at URC Birkdale and will perform an organ recital at Holy Trinity Church between 1pm – 1.45pm. It’s free and tea and coffee will be provided.

Merseyside Police will be taking part in our WW1 commemoration in November. They hold WW1 & WW2 plaques in memory of fallen officers from the force as it stood at the time of the wars. They are looking for people whose relatives were involved in the wars and were part of the police. If you can help check out www.merseyside.police.uk/ww1-centenary-merseyside-police/ ... See MoreSee Less

Merseyside Police will be taking part in our WW1 commemoration in November. They hold WW1 & WW2 plaques in memory of fallen officers from the force as it stood at the time of the wars. They are looking for people whose relatives were involved in the wars and were part of the police. If you can help check out https://www.merseyside.police.uk/ww1-centenary-merseyside-police/

Makes morning coffee look a little boring in comparison!

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Periperipeng starts her day with the cutest cups of coffee! ☕️
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Excitement builds as participants bring #WW1 photos and artefacts to be photographed for publicity for multi media exhibition in November. Film, talks, displays, stories, artwork, poetry and more. ... See MoreSee Less

Excitement builds as participants bring #WW1 photos and artefacts to be photographed for publicity for multi media exhibition in November. Film, talks, displays, stories, artwork, poetry and more.Image attachment

We’re looking forward to the nationally-acclaimed and ever-popular Leyland Band, who will perform at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 30 September, 3pm.

Leyland Band spokesman Gary Westwood said, “A week later we will be performing in the Royal Albert Hall, representing the North West in the finals of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. This comes hard on the heels of our appearance in the 2018 British Open Brass Band Championships, where we were delighted to appear on the podium with a 6th place order of merit, in a field of 19 of the world’s best bands. We’re very much looking forward to our visit to Trinity as the audience are always very appreciative!”

Come and enjoy their amazing sounds. Tickets just £12 – children go free. Contact 01704 535208 or email malansac@sky.com for tickets.

Founded in 1946 in the heart of industrial Lancashire, Leyland celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016. The band has forged a reputation for quality performance coupled with innovative and engaging repertoire and its quality is reinforced with an impressive list of titles.
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We’re looking forward to the nationally-acclaimed and ever-popular Leyland Band, who will perform at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 30 September, 3pm.

Leyland Band spokesman Gary Westwood said, “A week later we will be performing in the Royal Albert Hall, representing the North West in the finals of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. This comes hard on the heels of our appearance in the 2018 British Open Brass Band Championships, where we were delighted to appear on the podium with a 6th place order of merit, in a field of 19 of the world’s best bands. We’re very much looking forward to our visit to Trinity as the audience are always very appreciative!”

Come and enjoy their amazing sounds. Tickets just £12 – children go free. Contact 01704 535208 or email malansac@sky.com for tickets.

Founded in 1946 in the heart of industrial Lancashire, Leyland celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016. The band has forged a reputation for quality performance coupled with innovative and engaging repertoire and its quality is reinforced with an impressive list of titles.

Enjoy the wonderful sounds of our previous Young Musician winners as @Angelina Dorlin Barlow and Rachel Burnett join others in a concert in aid of Queenscourt Hospice. It's 28 Sept at 7.30pm, tickets £8 or £5 concessions, buy at www.trybooking.co.uk/3603 ... See MoreSee Less

Enjoy the wonderful sounds of our previous Young Musician winners as @Angelina Dorlin Barlow and Rachel Burnett join others in a concert in aid of Queenscourt Hospice. Its 28 Sept at 7.30pm, tickets £8 or £5 concessions, buy at www.trybooking.co.uk/3603

Calling any photographers/ scrapbookers/ calligraphers or others who could run a two hour demonstration session for a new group. Trinity Arts is starting a monthly hobby group to enable people to get together, have fun and learn a new skill.

Sessions, which start in October and run on the third Wednesday of the month, so far range from bread making to Christmas flower table decorations, hand massage and continental chocolates at Easter.

Trinity Hobbies coordinator Barbara Harvey said, ‘We’ll be a welcome space for those who want to meet other people, perhaps those who feel isolated on their own, or those who want to regularly learn something new. In fact this group will be great to anyone.’

The first session is on Bread and Biscuit Making on 17 October from 8pm - 10pm, cost just £1.50 to cover costs, including refreshments. It will be held at Holy Trinity Church Parish Centre on Hoghton Street.

We’re also appealing for ideas for future evenings – and people willing to run the two-hour sessions, so if you have an interesting hobby and can share it with others please message us.
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Calling any photographers/ scrapbookers/ calligraphers or others who could run a two hour demonstration session for a new group. Trinity Arts is starting a monthly hobby group to enable people to get together, have fun and learn a new skill.

Sessions, which start in October and run on the third Wednesday of the month, so far range from bread making to Christmas flower table decorations, hand massage and continental chocolates at Easter.

Trinity Hobbies coordinator Barbara Harvey said, ‘We’ll be a welcome space for those who want to meet other people, perhaps those who feel isolated on their own, or those who want to regularly learn something new. In fact this group will be great to anyone.’

The first session is on Bread and Biscuit Making on 17 October from 8pm - 10pm, cost just £1.50 to cover costs, including refreshments. It will be held at Holy Trinity Church Parish Centre on Hoghton Street.

We’re also appealing for ideas for future evenings – and people willing to run the two-hour sessions, so if you have an interesting hobby and can share it with others please message us.

 

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Pop 21 September in your diary. Our Lunchtime Music series is delighted to welcome Alan Whiteley to Holy Trinity Church. Alan is the organist at URC Birkdale and will perform an organ recital between 1pm – 1.45pm. It’s free and tea and coffee will be provided. ... See MoreSee Less

Pop 21 September in your diary. Our Lunchtime Music series is delighted to welcome Alan Whiteley to Holy Trinity Church. Alan is the organist at URC Birkdale and will perform an organ recital between 1pm – 1.45pm. It’s free and tea and coffee will be provided.

Enjoy the bank holiday and the last of the summer by planning some great events for Autumn. Don’t miss the fabulous Leyland Band on 30 Sept, and a comedy double bill – Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton – in October. Check out www.trinityarts.org.uk for more info. ... See MoreSee Less

Enjoy the bank holiday and the last of the summer by planning some great events for Autumn. Don’t miss the fabulous Leyland Band on 30 Sept, and a comedy double bill – Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton – in October. Check out www.trinityarts.org.uk for more info.

Merseyside Police are looking for people whose relatives were involved in the world wars and were in the police. If you can help check out https://t.co/SVSD6Y2fmh

Book now for ever-popular @LeylandBand They’re performing at Holy Trinity Church on 30 September 3pm, before going to Royal Albert Hall to represent the North West in the national brass band championships. Contact 01704 535208 for tickets

Have a great night for a good cause. Another chance to see our previous Young Musician winners Angelina Dorlin Barlow and Rachel Burnett, and others, in a concert for @QCHospice. 28 Sept, 7.30pm, tkts £8 or £5, buy at https://t.co/tvJwHz0LUE

Original artwork, poems, music, and a large display of stories - our ww1 commemoration looks let to be great, thanks to participants.

Thanks to participants for bringing their #ww1 items for photographing today. It's going to me a great multi media event in November.

Have an interesting hobby and like to share it with others? We’re looking for people who could run a session in our new Trinity Hobbies group. See https://t.co/4YkOYTsGq8 for more information.

On 21 September our Lunchtime Music sees Alan Whiteley performing an organ recital in Holy Trinity Church. Alan is the organist at URC Birkdale. The event – 1pm – 1.45pm - is free, and tea and coffee will be provided.

'Mediterranean Coast Scene (Landscape Pyrenees)' by James Dickson Innes (1887–1914), @MuseumSheffield https://t.co/MUvKGRH2e8

Innes was a Welsh painter with an expressive flair for colour. He had a penchant for painting small-scale images of mountain scenes. #artoftheday

Love film? ❤️ Join Southport Film Guild in #TheAtkinson’s Theatre on the first Wednesday of every month & enjoy a cinematic experience like no other! Films are free to members and £4.50 to non-members. 🎬 #film #cinema #movie #Southport https://t.co/JTsEofYWw5

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