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Article date - 30 January 2017
Members of the Liverpool Astronomical Society will be setting up a range of telescopes for viewing the Moon, Jupiter and other objects in the night sky, if weather conditions are clear.
There will also be an illustrated talk on astronomy at the park’s Rangers’ centre.
It’s free to take part, and accessible to all - so whether you’re an experienced stargazer or an amateur astronomer, head over to Mesnes Park, Park Road North, Newton-le-Willows from 7- 9pm
For more information, call the Ranger Service on 01925 229021 or visit the society’s website.