Heritage & Culture day at Liverpool Central Library


15 October 2019
Forty of Merseyside's cultural and heritage organisations will come together on 26 October with talks and tours, including a session on dating your family history.

The ticketed event will be held at the Picton Reading Room of Liverpool Central Library and begins with a session at 10am with Roger Hull of Liverpool Record Office, looking at how key dates in the city's history might relate to your own family history research.

At noon, Karen O'Rourke will give a talk on the 302 men of the King's Liverpool Regiment who died in World War I, followed by 'The Waterways Archive' with Linda Barley at 2pm. 

To book tickets, visit the EventBrite website where you can find the full talks programme.

In addition to the talks, there will be:

Windrush Events FREE

Hornby Library - 1-3pm –Film title TBC

1pm-Speakers TBC

Exhibition Tours FREE

Tours of the exhibition ‘Black Punch’

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3rd floor of Central Library will be conducted by curators from the Heritage Development Company at TIMES TBC

Tours of the Conservations Studio FREE

Times TBC


QUICK LINK: How to find your Liverpool ancestors for free

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