Port Sunlight Residents and Conservation Society
The Society was established for the benefit of all those who live
and work within the village of Port Sunlight.
What is PSRCS about?
The Society was established in 2004 for a number of purposes,
contained within its constitution, for the public benefit of the
Port Sunlight Conservation Area.
The Committee meets monthly and these meetings are open to all
members and to those wishing to join. You do not have to play
an active role as a member but it shows that you care about Port
Sunlight, benefit from the activities of the Society and seek
assistance if you need it. The more members we have the greater
the weight that our views carry. This was of particularly evident
during the recent Public Enquiry (please see The Fountain - Issue
4, August 2005).
If you do not live in the Village then you are most welcome to
join us and play an active role in the Society as an Associate
Member. If you would like more information about joining PSRCS
then you can contact members by either writing to the society
c/o Port Sunlight Social Club,
or by e-mailing:-
Please feel free to download back-dated copies
of our newsletter available from this page.
Residents Society Meetings
PSRCS meetings are held at the Port Sunlight Social Club (formerly
the Men’s Club) in the Lyceum. With the kind consent of
their committee the PSRCS hold regular meetings at 7.30pm in the
Barnish Lounge on the second Tuesday of each month. The Social
Club management kindly extend the bar facilities to our members
for a post-meeting drink. The entrance is in Bridge Street near
the crossing over The Dell (the door inside the porch). Why not
come along and join us?