Another chance to visit a fascinating exhibition with artefacts from Bootle’s History
A special exhibition displaying artefacts from Bootle’s illustrious history is being brought back this February, due to popular demand.
The exhibition was first unveiled as part of a week long celebration of the town’s 150th Birthday, in October 2018.
Due to its success, Sefton Council is delighted to be bringing it back to Bootle Town Hall for another week.
It will be held in the Assembly Hall from 10am – 5pm on Monday – Friday (February 18 – Friday 22)
There will also be Bootle history talks by Hugh Hollinghurst on Thursday, February 21, at 10.30am and 2.30pm.
Visitors to the history talk are asked to pay £2 at the door.
Mayor of Sefton, Cllr Dave Robinson, said: “It’s great news that this exhibition is returning to the Town Hall. I am also excited to be conducting some of the tours myself.
“We had such a great response during the ‘150 Years of Bootle’ celebration, that we knew we had to bring it back to give even more people the chance to see these fascinating artefacts.”
For more information or to book tickets for the Mayors tour’s, please call 0151 934 2062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.