Upcoming lectures

Warrington History Society’s 2022/23 lecture programme will appear here shortly. In the meantime details of our 2021/22 lecture programme can be viewed below for reference. As you can see, our lectures are designed to appeal to the widest possible audience. Talks are free to Society members (Membership costs £12.00 per annum, click here for details of how to join) and all talks take place at Friars Green Chapel in Cairo Street, Warrington. Where possible we now also broadcast our lectures live via Zoom to members who are unable to attend in person.

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.