Crosby Herald print
MAKE sure you pick up your Crosby Herald for our superb four-part series of FREE nostalgia prints of the Crosby area in years gone by.
The giveaway started last Thursday with a photo of Anthony Gormley’s Iron Men.
This Thursday’s print features a scene of boating on the Marine Lake in days gone by.
Week three (December 13) will feature an image of the old windmill, in Crosby, taken September 1962.
Week four (December 20) will showcase the site where the Promenade gardens now stand, Crosby, 1948.
Free prints will be available at the following outlets while stocks last:
Peter Wright’s newsagents, 167 College Road, Crosby; P KA McKernan, 1 The Crescent, Thornton; Crosby News, 127 Forefield Lane, Crosby; Londis, 7 The Crescent, Thornton; Rawsons News, 163-165 Rawson Road, Seaforth; A&M News2, 70 Myers Road East, Crosby; Seaforth News & Post Office, 69 Seaforth Road, Seaforth; A&M Newsagents, 58 Stuart Road, Waterloo; The Green Kiosk, Blundellsands Road East, Blundellsands; Mainstore, 1-3 Great George’s Road, Waterloo; TA Barons, 97-99 Knowsley Road, Bootle; Bargain Booze, 72 Coronation Road, Crosby; Brownmoor Express, 109 Brownmoor Lane, Crosby; Village Store, 3 School Road, Hightown; and Legendary Lancashire Heroes, 59 College Road, Crosby.
All you have to do is pick up a copy of your Crosby Herald today Thursday (December 6) from any of the outlets listed above and claim your free print while stocks last.
We hope you enjoy our free offer.