I am sorry to have to report that former Maghull Town Councillor and indeed Town Mayor Jane Day has died.
Back in September 2017 I posted about Jane leaving Maghull to live nearer to her daughter and the book we produced to mark her many years involvement in the local community. Here’s a link to that posting:-
An amusing incident Jane got me involved with was to do with her fire alarm at her house on Liverpool Road South (she later moved to Mayhall Court on Westway before her move down south in 2017) which had gone off and Jane could not make it stop. She called me and I went to her house and unscrewed it from the hall ceiling. I was expecting to find a battery to remove but it was one where the battery was built in and not removable. We ended up in Jane’s back yard with me bashing hell out of the damn thing until it finally stopped. We were both doubled up laughing at the situation and how stubborn the alarm was.
RIP Jane day, I will miss you and your at times wicked sense of humour.
Jane Day will be known to many people as a former friendly helpful local councillor, as Mayor of Maghull (2002/2003), as a leading light of Maghull Folk Club and as a member of Lord Street Parade choir.
Jane has been a friend of mine for 20 years or more and when she recently announced that she was moving down to Ware in Hertfordshire to be near her daughter I thought something had to be done to mark her many years involvement in the local community. And it transpired that another friend, Andrew Blackburn, was having similar thoughts.
After a bit of thought we decided to put together a book filled with photos of Jane and her life and times in the Maghull area. Between us and with the help of Roy and Beth Connell we got together a selection of photographs and Andrew set to putting together the book via the web site of a company that specialise in such one off hardback books.
The result of Andrew’s hard work (front cover displayed below) was presented to Jane at her Mayhall Court flat a few of days ago and to say that she was shocked, surprised and delighted would be putting it mildly.
Here’s hoping for many happy times in Ware with your daughter and grandchildren Jane. We will miss you.