2021/22 Programme

Warrington History Society’s 2021/22 lecture programme (detailed below) is designed to appeal to the widest possible audience. Talks are free to Society members (Membership costs £11.00 per annum, click here for details of how to join). Due to the COVID pandemic our first talks of the 2021/22 season will be held via Zoom but we hope to meet up in person from Feb 2022 at Friars Green Chapel in Cairo Street, Warrington.

Monday 20th Sep 2021 @ 7.30pm:
“A Layperson’s Guide to the Historic Counties of the UK” 
by Martin Philips of the Association of British Counties – via Zoom

Monday 18th Oct 2021 @ 7.30pm:
“Bringing The Sea To Manchester – The Story of the Manchester Ship Canal” 
by Les Green & Bob Cannell of the Daniel Adamson Society – via Zoom

Monday 15th Nov 2021 @ 7.30pm:
“Walton Hall Gardens – Past & Present” 
by Sue Forrest of the Friends of Walton Hall Gardens – via Zoom

Monday 20th Dec 2021 @ 7.30pm:
“Xmas Quiz Night”
Via Zoom

Monday 17th Jan 2022 @ 7.30pm:
“Warrington Women: An Historic A-Z” 
by Philip Jeffs, Archives & Heritage Officer at Warrington Museum  – via Zoom

Monday 21st Feb 2022 @ 7.30pm:
“The Inns, Pubs & Ale Houses of Warrington’s Bridge Street” 
by Andy Green, WHS Chairman – via Zoom or in person

Monday 21st Mar 2022 @ 7.30pm:
“Warrington Scandals” 
by Dr. Bill Cooke of Warrington Lit & Phil – via Zoom or in person

Monday 25th Apr 2022 @ 7.30pm:
AGM & “William Beamont – His Later Years” 
by Harry Wells, Author/Historian – via Zoom or in person

Visit our Past Lectures page to see a list of every talk organised by the Society since 1964.

To find out more about the Society take a look at our YouTube video below.