Wallasey Historical Society

Founded 1969 – Charity Number 1047762

Programme 2019-20

Please note that because of the coronavirus pandemic it has not yet been possible to plan  and publish the Society’s programme for 2020-21. A new schedule to replace the one currently on the website will be published as soon as circumstances permit

VISITS  2019-20

Various visits to places of interest in addition to the Annual Summer Visit will be
organised throughout the season, dates to be announced.
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Talks 2019Thursday 12th September
THE RISE AND FALL OF NEW BRIGHTON TOWER 1897 – 1921
Rob Jones – Lecturer and Tram Enthusiast
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Thursday 10th October
BRITAIN’S FIRST W.P.C.
Bob Knowles – Chair of the History Research Group of the Oxton Society
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Thursday 14th November
WONDROUS WIRRAL
Barry Humphreys – Historian and Lecturer
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Thursday 12th December
A MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR
Ray O’Brien – Speaker and Raconteur
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Talks 2020

Thursday 9th January
THE WIRRAL FROM THE AIR
Gavin Hunter- Lecturer and Archivist
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Thursday 13th February
LIDOS OF WIRRAL
Heather Chapman – Local Historian
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Thursday 12th March
HOW SANDSTONE SHAPED WIRRAL
Rod Tann – Chairman, The Wirral Society
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Thursday 2nd April
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
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Saturday 25th April
“END OF TERM SOCIAL EVENING”
Wallasey Yacht Club

Meetings take place at Wallasey Central Library, Earlston Road
commencing at 7.30 pm, on the second Thursday of the month