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Unless otherwise stated all talks will take place at the Liverpool Hope University, Creative Campus. Room 114 the Grace Room, first floor,  Cornerstone Building, Shaw Street, Liverpool, L3 8QB – Former St Francis Xavier College building.

Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus Map (click on map for larger version)

On entering the Cornerstone Building through the automatic double doors turn immediately to the right, then ahead through the automatic doors, left along the corridor through the next set of automatic doors, then take the lift to the first floor, out of the lift and right through the double doors and the Grace room is the second doorway on the right.

Please on arrival state if you are a member or a visitor of the LHS and Print your name in the register. Thank You

 

Please note – on-site parking is extremely limited. The nearest public car park is the

Q Park on Epworth Street 

Public Transport routes include:

  • Buses from the city centre (Queen Square) going towards the Creative Campus are:
  • the 21 and 23 to Shaw Street,
  • 101 to Langsdale Street, and
  • the 12, 13, 14, 14a, 17 and 18 to Brunswick Road.

 

We have limited space for visitors at our talks meetings. However, we do welcome visitors and ask for a £1 donation

 

Please Note – Talks and meetings may be altered or cancelled without prior notice. However, We will endeavor to notify members of any changes via this website as soon as practically possible.

Please Note. Months November to March may have to be cancelled at short notice to to adverse weather conditions, so please check this website NOTICE BOARD for the latest information before you travel.

Download or Print a Programme of Events 2019

Oct
13
Sun
Liverpool as a whaling port 1750-1823, by Dr Simon Hill
Oct 13 @ 2:00 pm
Nov
17
Sun
Liverpool lives at the turn of the 20th century, by Hugh Gault
Nov 17 @ 2:00 pm
Dec
8
Sun
The healthcare of Liverpool children during the Victorian era, by Dr Eddy Estlin
Dec 8 @ 2:00 pm