Women 4 Welfare are proud to present an ‘Afternoon with Julia Baird’, sister of John Lennon, who will talk about the early years of the band from Johnny and the Moondogs to The Quarrymen and finally how they morphed into THE BEATLES. Julia has written about family life with John Lennon and will share her experiences.
23rd March, 2-3.30pm @ the Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Centre in aid of LJWB’s Mental Health Services
Donation £20 including light refreshments
Guests of Honour: Marcia & Phil Goldstone
Openers: Eileen Christopher Daniels & Brian Daniels
Contact: email@example.com or tel 07778 765654
Julia has three children and 3 grandchildren. Julia gained an MA in philosophy of education and later taught French and English before working as a special needs teacher and psychologist with teenagers in deprived areas of Chester. After Lennon’s death she wrote the book John Lennon, My Brother and in 2004 Imagine This – Growing up with my brother John Lennon.
She is now retired and lives in Chester with her partner Roger Keys.
She is a director of the world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool.
Julia’s paternal grandmother was Jewish and she has fond memories of chicken soup on the range!