Chester Trip

A coach load of people from Kirkby visited Chester to begin, continue or finish their Christmas shopping on Saturday 21st November. Despite the occasional bit of drizzle, everyone managed to get round the city, and have a good time. Many bags were filled, restaurants sampled, and choral evensong was (for some of us) attended, which was a beautiful and reflective way to finish the day.

This was another trip organised by the Ministry of Fun, the parish social committee that was set up about 2 years ago, and has already been responsible for organising more than a dozen popular and successful events.

Chester cathedral with Christmas lights
Chester cathedral with Christmas lights
Chester shopping
Chester shopping
Cathedral Refectory
Cathedral Refectory
Chester street
Chester street

2 thoughts on “Chester Trip”

  1. I was in the choir at St Martins about 1956and went on a surprise trip to Chester.I sat on the grass by bridge and in 1976, I bought a house there. A lot of water has passed under that bridge since then. It,s now 2010. I have many lovely memories of Kirkby in the 50s and 60s.

  2. I was in the choir at St Martins about 1956and went on a surprise trip to Chester.I sat on the grass by bridge and in 1976, I bought a house there. A lot of water has passed under that bridge since then. It,s now 2010. I have many lovely memories of Kirkby in the 50s and 60s.

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