Flowering cherry, Little Neston, part of the Neston Tree Trail
Moorside House, Parkgate, part of Neston 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
Lloyd's Cottages, Ness Conservation Area
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*Campaigning for a better built and green environment

*Helping to preserve Neston’s rich history, its vibrant past and its sustainable future for over 40 years.


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

On July 20th, a talk is being arranged. Watch this space!

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 know what and how to recycle. This talk will follow the AGM at 7.30.

Metings 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


On Sunday 2nd April at 12.15, the United Reformed Church community garden will be opened by Revd Geoff Felton, Moderator of the Mersey Synod of URC. All members are invited to attend. (The Society gave a small donation towards the creation of the garden from the Ruby Holloway bequest.) The URC are looking forward to it being used by all who would like to sit in its peace and surrounding beauty.

On April 23rd, Neston Earth Group is holding the Neston Earth Festival, postponed because of the Queen’s death. We plan to launch the printed version of the Neston Tree Trail, created jointly by Neston Civic Society and the Neston Earth Group. The Festival is at Neston Community & Youth Centre, 12 – 4, and is free. The Tree Trail can be downloaded as a pdf on the About Neston page.

On October 19th we planted three trees at Neston High School, for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, for Reg Chrimes, and for Norman Angel, who helped bring secondary education to Neston. One of the trees was giving us concern, but our local expert reassures us that it is just later producing buds than other trees.

We are looking for a volunteer to take over the editing of the newsletter. Mike Shipman has done a fanastic job for several years, and wishes to retire.

Celia Garvey is retiring as Social Secretary. For 25 years she has arranged meetings, and now we are hoping that members will suggest topics and speakers to any member of the committee.

See the News Page for more.

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