Monday 28th March – Saturday 2nd April
The Church was open daily from 11:00am to 4:00pm, for visitors to view our Photographic Exhibition of the history of the church and its people.
Objects of historic interest were on display.
There were displays in Church including:
- A Timeline
- History of the Church Building
- Formby Family
- Uniformed Organisations
- The Church School
- Parish Events
- War Graves and The Somme Cross
|Monday 28th||14:00||John Phillips: Formby, a Glimpse Over Time|
|Tuesday 29th||19:30||Sally Sheard: From Cradle to Grace – Formby Health Histories|
|Wednesday 30th||14:00||Tony Pawson: Formby in World War 1|
|Thursday 31st||19:30||Joan Rimmer and Nic Dickson: Formby Memories|
There was a series of illustrated talks on local historical times and events:
Monday 28th March at 2:00pm – Local historian John Phillips – Formby – A Glimpse Over Time – An overview of the history of Formby from Viking settlement to the thriving town of today
Tuesday 29th at 7:30pm – Professor Sally Sheard – From Cradle to Grave: Formby Health Histories
Wednesday 30th at 2:00pm – Local author Tony Pawson on Formby in World War I
Thursday 31st at 7:30pm – Formby Memories, by Joan Rimmer and Nic Dickson
An engaging presentation with images of old Formby, songs, poems, chat and humour.
Saturday 2nd April at 10:30am & 12 noon – Further Voices from the Churchyard – Revd Ted Woods will take visitors round the churchyard to hear more voices from beyond the grave