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Crosby Scout and Guide Marina Club - Crosby Scout and Guide Marina Club is a sailing and canoeing club located at Crosby Marina, in Cambridge Road, Waterloo. The club runs a dinghy section, sailing a variety of craft - Wayfarer, GP14s, Enterprise, RS Fevas, Herons, Gulls, Toppers - and a kayak section. CSGMC was established in 1973, and is run by the Scout and Guide movements, but not exclusively for scouts and guides, and draws its membership from local youngsters aged 10 to about 20 years. The club is a Registered Charity, and helpers and sailing supervisors are all volunteers. Sailing and Kayaking supervisors all have Royal Yachting Association (RYA) qualifications.
Crosby Symphony Orchestra - The members of the Crosby Orchestral Society aka the Crosby Symphony Orchestra come from a wide variety of backgrounds - although one could be forgiven for assuming that some form of medical qualification is a prerequisite - and our ages range from about 18 to about 80. We are an orchestra of about 60 amateur instrumentalists, some of us even claim to be musicians. We rehearse (drink tea and go to the pub) weekly under our Musical Director, Robert Sells, or, as in more recent seasons, a guest conductor. We give three or four concerts each season. The orchestra was founded in 1942 and just enjoyed its 66th season of music-making - we hope our audiences enjoyed it too!
The Northern Club - The Northern Club, located in Crosby on north Merseyside, was founded in 1859, originally as a cricket club also playing bowls. It moved to its present site, in the picturesque Moor Park area of Crosby, seven miles to the north of Liverpool, in 1907. By 1961, the cricket club shared its grounds with hockey, squash and crown green bowls, and in this year the four sports merged to form the Northern Club. The club is amongst the top multi-sport clubs in the North West of England, with around 900 members. It has three cricket pitches, a hockey astroturf pitch, five squash courts and two bowling greens, all on the Moor Park site.
Jospice - St Joseph's Hospice (Jospice), Liverpool cares for up to 29 people at one time providing high quality end of life care in an out of hospital situation. The dedicated and skilled nursing staff help create a home from home environment for the patient, when they can no longer be cared for at home. Jospice prides itself on the support it gives to the families at this difficult time. Jospice was founded by Father Francis O’Leary, a missionary priest in Rawalpindi, Pakistan in 1962. On his return to England in 1974 Father O’Leary opened the UK Jospice in Ince Road, Thornton.