Clubs and groups

Village groups

Port Sunlight has a variety of clubs, groups and societies which residents and people associated with the village can get involved in. Some of these groups and their contact details are listed below:

Friends' of Port Sunlight Village
The Friends exist to foster community spirit in the village. They are involved in a variety of annual events; funds raised are used to support other groups and projects in the village. For information, contact Sue Barton on 0151 643 9165.

Port Sunlight Residents & Conservation Society (PSR&CS)
Established in 2004, this society is for the benefit of all those who live and work in the village or have an association with it. For information, contact Rachel Jones on 0151 645 2756.

The Lever Club
Private members club open to all. The club has several teams, including bowls, darts and snooker, and a male voice choir. Live entertainment is held every Tuesday Wednesday and Saturday. For information, contact Dave Fowler on 0151 645 5668.

Port Sunlight Boys Brigade
The Boys' Brigade operates all over the world. Their mission is to catch the energy and enthusiasm of youth and to channel it purposefully through a balanced programme of activities. Port Sunlight has three main age groups:

  • Anchor boys, aged 5-8 years, meet every Thursday 6-7.30pm
  • Junior section, aged 8-11 years, meets every Wednesday 6.15-8pm
  • Company section, aged 11-17 years, meets every Friday 6.15-8pm
  • For information, contact Val Hall on 0151 644 8373.

Christ Church United Reformed Church (URC), Port Sunlight
The Church's mission is to 'offer our best to God through Worship, Fellowship and Care for the Community'. For information about Service times, Sunday worship club, Boys' Brigade, Bell ringers, Choir, Men's and Women's Fellowship, and the Open house group, contact 0151 645 3870 or visit

Port Sunlight Players
One of the oldest established amateur dramatic companies on the Wirral, their first production was in 1921. Each year they produce two plays, a pantomime and a musical. For information about forthcoming plays and getting involved, contact The Gladstone Theatre on 0151 643 8757 or visit

Port Sunlight Village Watch
The Village Watch group was set up to deal with neighbourhood security and crime. Each small neighbourhood in the village has a coordinator who develops security awareness in their area and shares it with their neighbours and liaises with an overall coordinator. The group holds 3-4 meetings per year which coordinators, residents, representatives from the local police and other appropriate services attend. For information, contact Janice Jones on 0151 644 7260 or 07717 295163.

Port Sunlight Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces. The Port Sunlight Branch is based at Hesketh Hall in the village. For information, contact 0151 645 9708.

Port Sunlight Women's Institute
Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of every month at 1.30pm in the Bolton Room at The Bridge Inn, Port Sunlight. For more information contact the President Dorothy Green on 0151 645 8643 or the Secretary Pauline Colloton on 0151 644 6993.

Port Sunlight Choral Society
Founded in 1970 by a group of factory employees, the Port Sunlight Choral Society is a 40-strong choir which performs a wide range of music. Director Mark Humphreys-Green, is a former chorister at Christ Church. The choir rehearses Wednesday evenings at Higher Bebington Road URC. For more information about the group contact Twitter@PSChoral - FacebookPSChoral

For information about forthcoming events associated with these village groups, visit the News & Events section of this website. If your group does not appear here and it is directly linked to the village, please contact the Marketing Manager who will be happy to add your details to this page.