It has been decided not to proceed with our next meeting planned for 10th September. In its place we intend to release another recorded talk, which will appear in the Members’ Area in the week commencing 6 September Our first meeting of the new programme will now be held at 11.30 – 13.00 Friday 8th October, at our new meeting venue, The Athenaeum Club. Our speaker is the Rev Canon Dr Crispin Palin, Rector of St Nicholas Church and his subject is “Liverpool: a study in theocracy” The premise of this talk will be that the Church in Liverpool was more important
We have to report the very sad death of Sheila Binks. Sheila was a very committed supporter of the Society and served on our Committee for many years. She was always prepared to volunteer for any task that helped the smooth running of events, in a positive, cheerful and good-humoured way. Together with her husband Hugh, Sheila joined the LHS in its early years and both became Life Members. Sheila attended the Corinthian School and went on to Quarry Bank School, where she was a contemporary of Ken Dodd. In her youth she was a keen ice skater, dancer and
Requests for Covid guideline compliant Walks are now being accepted and new enquiries from private groups are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org. To understand more about our Group Walking Tours, please click here.
Here are the revised opening hours for the Society’s Library, housed in the Search Room on the third floor of Liverpool Central Library : Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday : 9.30am to 4.30pm. Tuesday and Thursday : 12.30pm to 7.30pm. The Search Room and LHS Library are closed on Sundays. Access is limited to one person per visit and you must show your LHS membership( programme) card to the Library staff on arrival. Bags, cases, document wallets and so on are not allowed in the Search Room and will need to be stored in a locker -a £1 coin is