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Proposed Outing for 2018

The Society is organising a 5-day trip to Liverpool, departing 9th September 2018. It will be based at a 4-star hotel in the centre of Liverpool on a half-board basis. Visits to be made include a guided tour of the City, the Quarry Bank Mill & Styal Estate, the two main Cathedrals, Antony Gormley's statues at Crosby beach, the Walker Art Gallery (with guided tour), Albert Dock, Port Sunlight, Lady Lever Art Gallery (with guided tour) and (as a highlight) the World Museum for The Terracotta Warriors Exhibition from China (entrance included). There will also be a visit on the return journey to The Lowry at Salford. Cost £554. Details can be found on:

 

Tailored Travel - 2018 09 Moreton in Marsh History Society - Liverpool

 

If interested, please telephone 01608-651372.

Summer Outings 2017

Church Visit

On June 7th 2017 we visited the lovely city of Wells, in Somerset, with the main activity being a guided tour of the magnificent cathedral – the earliest cathedral to be built in the Gothic style. The party was split into two, and both guides was very informative, but relaxed.

 

Summer Excursion to Kensington Palace, London

Wednesday, 2nd August 2017 saw a party of 42 members and guests head for London by coach to visit Kensington Palace situated in Kensington Gardens, home to royalty for over 300 years.  In addition to the Palace and Gardens, we saw an exhibition highlighting Queen Victoria’s life, the Queen’s Rooms and the King’s Rooms, and perhaps the highlight for the ladies, an exhibition featuring some exquisite dresses from the Diana, Princess of Wales collection. This year they also have the ‘Diana White Garden’ in her memory.  Some members also took the opportunity of having morning coffee and/or lunch in the Queen Anne Orangery Restaurant.  The weather continued to be unsettled, but did not detract from the day.

Moreton History Society at Kensington Palace