Last weekend we tootled up to the Wirral to exhibit with Happy Stampers North West at the Hulme Hall in Port Sunlight Village. This is an amazing village built for the Sunlight factory workers with lots of green spaces and this hall was originally built as the Ladies Dining Room so their sensibilities weren't offended by the male workers at the factory. It's other claim to fame is as the first venue the Beatles performed at with Ringo as their drummer - some of you may need to ask your parents what that is all about lol!Anyway, we intended to take a photograph of the outside of this beautiful building but we wimped out due to the exceedingly heavy rain - they've never had a wet day for this event and I swear they saved it all up over the years just for us! So, this shot of our stand gives a little hint of the magnificent vaulted ceilings in both the main hall and the slightly smaller one. Our stand was only dinky and we didn't take any lights with us so it was a tad gloomy but we will know for the next time, all being well Saturday 12 May 2012. If you have never been to this show it is a stamper's paradise and we were made to feel so welcome by Karen and Liz and all the visitors too. See you next time!