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Archive for September, 2012

Dantec

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 posted by Steve Williams

Last week I attended when the Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Gerry Ellis and the Mayoress were visiting Dantec, on the Tarran Industrial Estate.  It was an educational visit for me, because although we know the businesses that operate in our ward, we don’t always know what and how they are doing.

Mayor of Wirral

Photograph by www.bernardrosephotography.co.uk of Neston

It was a fascinating visit finding how Dantec design, manufacture and supply many hoses all over the world.  They supply to over 50 countries and are presently expanding in the Far East.  It is always a pleasant surprise when you think you know much of what goes on in the ward, and then find a very successful business that we take for granted driving past regularly. 
Thanks to the staff for such an informative and eye-opening visit. 

Moreton Local History Day

Friday, September 7, 2012 posted by Steve Williams

On Tuesday the first Local History Day was held at Moreton Library.  It was organised by the Library staff and assisted by Heather Butler who runs a Local History Group at the Library.  Also assisting were Heather’s students from her class, and local historian Alan Fellowes, who has published many Local History Books.

Moreton Library

The big surprise for us all was the attendance.  We were expecting a few people to turn up, but there was in excess of 70 vistors to the exhibition particularly for the talk that Heather gave on the afternoon.  There is obviously a lot of interest in the History of Moreton as many, like myself,  have lived here all of our lives.  If you wish to get involved or just find out a little more please call in and talk to the Library staff