We hold a regular series of evening lectures held on the third Thursday in every month between September and April.
Venue: Institute Room, in the new Quaker Meeting House, School Lane (close to the Blue Coat Chambers)
Time: Doors open at 7pm for tea and coffee. Talks start at 7:30pm, and finish at 9pm.
Further info: All welcome! Come along at 7pm for the tea and the company of fellow historians. The Quaker Meeting house is easily and safely accessible from the bus stations at Queens Square and Liverpool One, and the local rail stations. Quaker Meeting location.
Members are welcome to join members of the Council for an informal meal with the Speaker before the lecture. Anyone interested in coming to meet the Speaker should contact the Honorary Secretary on 0151 727 8243 for details of where and at what time we are meeting.
Speakers and titles are provisional
September 20th 2018 ‘Lancashire Place Names’: Pam Russell
October 18th 2018 ‘Medieval and Early Modern Graffiti’ (Speke Hall): Carolanne King and Ellen McInnes
November 15th 2018 ‘Early Man’ (Olduvai): Lis Rushworth
December 13th 2018 Member’s Evening
January 17th 2019 ‘Fibulas, focolare and false teeth: the Etruscan Collection in World Museum, Liverpool’: Gina Muskett
Field Trips For details of Field Trips see our 'Events and Field Trips' page.