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Journal News

The new, 2020 edition of the Society’s Journal Liverpool History was published recently and has been sent to all members. Further copies can be obtained (postage-free) here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Liverpool-History-Society-Journal-Paperback-book-Brand-new-2020-edition/114291079031 We have exciting plans for next year’s Liverpool History as 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Society. To mark the occasion, it will be produced in full colour throughout. The closing date for receipt of articles is 31st January 2021 but the sooner we receive articles, the better. For further details and a copy of the Authors’ Guidelines, contact the editor, Ron Jones, by email:  ron@rja-mpl.com

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Liverpool History Society Library open again!

The Society’s Library, housed in the Search Room on the third floor of Liverpool Central Library has reopened. However, opening hours are restricted to 10am –3pm Monday to Friday (closed weekends). Access is limited to one person per visit and you must show your LHS membership / programme card to library staff.

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Liverpool Hope University Closed for Meetings

Regrettably, Liverpool Hope University have advised us that we will be unable to go ahead with our planned talks for September and October. As soon as we hear from them about other talks scheduled to take place in November and December, we will let you know.

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New Website

You may be interested to know that we are currently developing an exciting new website, with a special Members’ area. Again, we’ll let you know when it is ready to be unveiled.

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LHS Notice – 06/07/2020

Dear LHS Members, Since we last spoke to you at the start of the pandemic in March, we have had to cope with a very severe restriction to our daily lives. As we slowly emerge from the lockdown, it it clear that we will face a ‘new normal’, at least in the medium term. We still await announcements from Liverpool Hope University and other public institutions about when they intend to reopen the facilities we rely on to hold our meetings.  When they do so, it is certain to be under guidelines that will place lower limits on the numbers

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COVID-19 Notice

In the light of the most recent Government advice concerning the coronavirus pandemic, the Society’s Committee has reluctantly decided to postpone all talks and events until at least September. Further up-dates will appear here in the months ahead as events unfold.

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