We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at:

Churchill Hall
Cooper Street
Runcorn
WA7 1DH

between 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Members £1.50   Visitors £2

 

The research library is open for personal research, and lookups on our computer, once the guest speaker has finished their talk. Please see  committee members for assistance.

 

RUNCORN – Before the turn of the 20th Century was a small market town 188 miles from London, 28 miles from Manchester and 15 miles from Chester. It sits on the banks of the River Mersey and up until the completion of the Duke of Bridgewater’s navigation it was an unknown village. As far back as the 1800’s Runcorn became a resort for salt water bathing, and people from miles around would travel to benefit from bathing in the salt water and taking in the views and breathing in the pure air.

 


 FERRY HUT LATE 50s

 

 

We hold a Help Desk every Monday Morning from 10am - 12noon.

1st Monday of the Month Granville Street Library, Downtown Runcorn

All other Monday's Halton Lea Library

For information contact Maurice Littlemore on 01928572303

 

 

 

 

5th July         Linda Wilding          Who is Margaret Moore?                                  

2nd Aug        AGM -  Rina Tillinger Overpad, Oversexed & Over Here

6th Sep        Gordon Roxby        Surnames & Place Names

4th Oct        Sharon Brown        Liverpool Carters

1st Nov        Hazel Rugman        Marriage Matters

6th Dec        David Guyton        Over coming Brick Walls + our Christmas Social    

 

 

 

Click on Group News for more information about the resources available

 

 

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