Wallasey Circle No 50



Wallasey Circle was inaugurated on 6 Sept 1920 under the Presidency of J.J. Cowhey. It is the third oldest Circle in Province 4, only Liverpool 4 and St Helens being older.

The inaugural meeting was held at the Hotel Victoria, New Brighton. Since then, there have been 50 different Presidents, who have served varying terms of office. The Circle has met at various locations down the intervening years and presently meet at the Wallasayans Club, 140/142, Grove Road, Wallasey CH45 0JF

Membership currently stands at 22 and this is expected to climb steadily.

Our members are drawn mainly from the Wallasey area, with some members from neighbouring areas. We regularly have visitors from all over Province 4 and occasionally far further afield.

The Circle meets on the 4th Monday of each month with the exception of the month of August when there is no meeting.

On our meeting nights, we pray, socialise and dine together. In May and September our meeting is preceded by Mass. Meetings are followed by a four course meal.

On Ladies nights, we are joined by our ladies and widows of deceased members for the post meeting meal. Ladies evenings are held in May, Sept, Nov and Feb.

In December, there is no meeting, but our ladies join us for a pre-Christmas celebratory meal.

On ‘members only’ meeting nights, our ladies, our widows and their friends meet separately to socialise and dine in a local restaurant. This has proved to be very popular.

Social events are wide and varied, including meals out with our families and friends, annual Summer Barbecue, post meeting Carpet Bowls Competitions, trips to the theatre, cinema, museums, day at the races, other places of local interest and many other activities.

Visitors are assured of a warm ‘welcome on the mat’ and if wishing to dine, should book in with the dining brother no later than the Thursday preceding the meeting.
Terry Murphy


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