WIRRAL’S deputy mayor Gerry Ellis will cut the ribbon at the official opening of the new-look Heswall Hall on Saturday.
The 11am ceremony will kickstart a week of events celebrating the building’s transfer from Wirral Council to Heswall Hall Community Trust under a 99-year lease.
All are welcome to attend on Saturday and the recently-refurbished hall will remain open until 4pm.
There will be a further chance to tour the building on Monday, October 3 from 10am-3.30pm with stalls from current users, local groups and businesses.
Heswall Horticultural Society will meet there at 7pm-10pm.
Visitors are welcome to attend for a £1 entrance fee.
The hall will be open on Tuesday, October 4 from 10am-4.00pm, along with a display of art and prose from children of local schools at 2pm-4pm.
In the evening a fitness league exercise class will take place at 7.30pm- 9.30pm.
The exercise class is repeated on Wednesday, October 5 at 10am-12noon.
That will be followed by a traditional afternoon tea dance from 2pm-4.30pm, with live music from Swingmasters. Tickets cost £2 each available from Heswall Hall.
A flower club meeting will take place from 6.30pm-9.30pm.
The week’s activities will end on Friday, October 7 with The Woolgathers and the Castle Singers presenting A Night of Entertainment.
Doors open 7pm and performance starts at 7.45pm.
Tickets cost £2 each available from Heswall Hall.