Ormskirk Market Day

Following requests from members; on the fourth Wednesday’s meetings, from now on we will open the Guides' Hut earlier, at 19.30 (7.30 p.m.) to allow members to meet and chat. We will also stay open a little longer after the talk has concluded, again to allow members to exchange information.

FREE ENTRY for MEMBERS, Visitors are requested to make £1.00 donation.


Please note: there is a map showing the location of the Guides' Hut on the "Library" page.


Was: EVERY DAY LIFE of COUNTRY FOLK (& LYDIATE HALL) by Mr Dave Russell. Dave gave a very interesting talk about the Hall, St. Catherine's Chapel and the "Scotch Piper" Pub next door. He linked this with a national time-line, showing how national events sometimes impinged on local life.

October 18th
The West Lancs Heritage is hosting an event at Hurleston Hall, where visitors will be encouraged to talk about their memories of the Scarisbrick area. One of the lead speakers will be a member of the ODFHS and the Chairman for the evening will be our own Bill Huyton. 7.30 PM 18/10/17

is our own next meeting, in the Guide Hut.
Mr Dave Hughes (a local Bowman) will talk about BOWS AND BOWMEN, their attire & life.
It is believed that up to 100 bowmen from our district were at Agincourt so there is keen interest in the activity.




Ormskirk Church
Ormskirk Parish

Ormskirk railwaymen 1908Ormskirk Station

Scarisbrick Hall 1815
Scarisbrick Hall

Regal, Ormskirk
Regal Cinema

Skelmersdale Station

Moor Street market
Moor Street