The Forty-Seventh Annual Report of 1936-7 was somewhat brief, and recorded the Club in a state of transition, with Mr F. Newton retiring from the position of Warden and Mr. Glyn T. Amos, from the City Boys’ Club, Wakefield, appointed in his place. The usual comprehensive report was not needed, but the Committee assured supporters that the work of the club was in hand, and a full programme for the coming year was forthcoming, ‘provided they receive the necessary support both financial and from workers.’

In the Liverpool Boys’ Association the Club won first place for Boxing (Seniors), and in other competitions the Liverpool and District Amateur Dramatic Ball Trophy, and the Lancashire and Cheshire Federation of Boys’ Clubs Annual Sports Senior Mile. Camp was held in 1936 at Grassington, Yorkshire, and at 1937 at Troutbreck Bridge, Windermere.

The year ended with an accounts deficit of £662 14s. 2d. (around £33,500), and the Committee stressed it was essential that income be increased by at least £500 per annum.


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