The Midland Hawthorn, part of the Tree Trail
Vine House, part of the Town Trail
Ladies Day procession, first Thursday of June every year
Neston Market, every Friday in the Market Square
Neston Civic Society litter picking party
Laburnum Farmhouse, Ness Conservation Area
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*Helping to preserve Neston’s rich history, its vibrant past and its sustainable future for over 40 years.

Neston Civic Society talk – Beatles’ Liverpool and Merseyside, by Mike Haskins

21 September 2023 at 7:30 pm at United Reformed Church Community, Hall Moorside Lane, NESTON CH64 6UZ

The Beatles first performed under that name at Neston Civic Hall!

Many historic Beatle-related sites across Liverpool and Wirral are covered in this humorous illustrated talk. It presents a virtual tour around the area, taking in locations where life-changing events played out in the early career of the world’s most famous band.

Visitors are welcome. Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits will be served.

For more details about the headlines below, please visit News.

On August 14th Anthony Annakin-Smith led a walk and talk on The Most Important Field in Neston.

In July Cheshire West and Chester installed the new seat in memory of Celia Garvey by the Conservation Green in Park Street.

On July 1st, the Society had a stall at Neston Village Fair.

In June, the seat that the Society had installed in Parkgate Road was replaced.

On May 22nd, members of the committee went to Celia Garvey’s funeral.

On May 18th David Hearn talked about Cheshire Strongholds defending Liverpool.

In May, Newsletter 105 took longer to print than we expected.

Works that we have promoted for some time, have come to pass:
 * Cheshire West & Chester Council (CWaC) have re-instated bollards on the Conservation Green.
 * CWaC have repaired the approaches to the Millennium Bridge
 * The temporary metal fencing on Liverpool Road has been replaced.

On 2nd April, the United Reformed Church community garden was opened.

Sad News. Celia Garvey died on April 9th.

On April 23rd, Neston Earth Group held the Neston Earth Festival.

On March 16th, Professor Rob Smith talked about the History of Leahurst.


On September 21st Mike Haskins will talk about the history of The Beatles, who first performed under that name at Neston Civic Hall.

On November 16th, Cheshire West and Chester Waste Group
will talk about Recycling. Come with your questions about how to recycle. This talk will follow the AGM at 7.30.

On January 18th 2024 David Clark will talk about Experiences as a Magistrate in the Family Court.

Talks are at 7.30 p.m. at the URC Community Hall, Moorside Lane NESTON CH64 6UZ. Visitors are welcome. Complimentary coffee, tea and biscuits are served.

Recent talks can be see in About Us

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