NEWS FROM THE WAVERTREE SOCIETY (Sept.2006):

Other items from our Newsletter 160

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Sunday 22nd October, 2.30 pm

The 30th A.G.M. of the Wavertree Society will be held at 2.30 pm on Sunday 22nd October 2006 in the Olive Mount Community Centre, Edgewell Drive, Liverpool L15. The agenda will include the usual reports from the Chair and Hon.Treasurer, and the election of a Committee for the coming year. We always welcome new Committee members, and anyone interested is invited to put themselves forward for nomination at the meeting - or in advance by contacting our Hon.Secretary, Brenda Hoatson. Following the 'business' part of the meeting, Mike Chitty will lead a discussion of current issues - beginning with a presentation on the Wavertree Street Audit which was carried out several months ago.

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Community Centre

ITEMS FOR SALE

On Heritage Open Day and at our October meetings we shall be offering for sale our usual range of merchandise, including Tea Towels ('Village' and 'Pubs' versions, £2 each) and Books ('Discovering Historic Wavertree' £4.95, 'Wavertree - Images of England' £9.99, and 'West Derby Old Swan and Wavertree' by James Hoult £4). We are also hoping to have some Wavertree 2007 Calendars available in time for the 11th October event. Please note that some of our goods are also on sale in the Liverpool Cat Welfare charity shop, No.1 High Street Wavertree.

FULFORDS COURT LOCATED
In Newsletter 158
we asked for information about 'Tulfords Court, Wavertree'. On investigation we discovered that the actual address was Fulfords Court (the handwriting of Victorian Census enumerators is often hard to decipher) and that - variously described as Fulfords Court, Fulfords Row or Fulfords Buildings - it consisted of two parallel terraces of tiny houses (later called Pinningtons Cottages, and now demolished) to the rear of Nos.18-20 High Street.

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