Once again back to the Pavilion in Birkenhead Park. This time it was for World Sight Day, and we were there mainly to raise the awareness of the charity. Among those there were The Wirral Society of the Blind and Partially Sighted, The Liaison Officer from The Eye Clinic, Arrowe Park Hospital and his assistant, the RNIB, and various commercial firms with their goods for sale. This was not a day for selling but it was very interesting meeting all the different people involved with helping those with vision problems.
Carol and Paul rocked in the car park of the Mersey Clipper pub along with members an volunteers of WSBPS. As well as selling stuff the public who came in were serenaded by some very loud but good bands. Insanity Beach were the headlining band. Also excellent was a Bob Marley sound and look alike guy called Trevor Gleason.
The day stayed dry for the most part and the charity benefitted to the tune of £150.