Category Archives: Local History

The Parish of Holy Trinity Bickerstaffe presentation and dedication of the Pew Bibles

On Sunday 11th February a special Presentation and Dedication of the new Pew Bibles took place.

The congregation were invited to donate a Bible in memory of a loved on.  A special dedication service led by Reverend Andrew Housley took place and families and friends were present to have the new Bibles blessed.

The new Bibles will be used for many years to come and are an important part of our church history.

Details of the service below.


Views of Bickerstaffe

Bickerstaffe Summer Fair and Royal Celebration

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Bickerstaffe Summer Fair with Royal Celebration

Holy Trinity Bickerstaffe Summer Fair and Royal Exhibition. The Summer Fair this year will be held in church and on the front lawn on Saturday 9th July 2pm – 4pm.

During the event there will be the usual stalls, live music and also an exhibition celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday.

Also on Sunday 10th July our Walking Day and Royal Tea Party starting at 1015am Heyescroft and service followed by service with food starting at 1045am at Church.

Photo Exhibition –  the church is open Monday 11th July 6pm-8pm, Tuesday 12th July 6pm-8pm and Wednesday 13th July 2pm-4pm.

Holy Trinity Church, Church Rd, Bickerstaffe, Ormskirk Lancs L39 0EB.

Bickerstaffe Treat Day 2016

Bickerstaffe Treat Day 11th June 2016.

Liverpool Corporation Memorial

WATER workers from yesteryear who fought for their country are being remembered following the restoration of a First World War roll of honour.

Soldiers who worked for the old Liverpool Corporation are listed on the artefact which United Utilities had restored after years in storage at its treatment works in Bickerstaffe, it was found in 2012. Sadly now kept at Prescot Water Treatment Works.

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