FRIENDS OF WARRINGTON TRANSPORTER BRIDGE
The independent voice of the world’s only rail transporter bridge. Give talks to publicise the bridge and help ensure it remains a part of Warrington’s heritage for years to come.
LATCHFORD HISTORY GROUP
Meet regularly to gather, preserve and remember all facets of Latchford life for the benefit of the local community.
LYMM HERITAGE CENTRE
Learn about the trades, transport, tradition and people that made and continue to make the Village of Lymm so special.
RADIO WARRINGTON 1332AM
Radio Warrington broadcasts 24 hours a day from Warrington Market and has a number of programmes that focus on the town’s history including Gordon Gandy’s MyWarrington Show (Fridays 12noon-3pm) and the Culture Show (Thursdays 8-10pm). Listen on 1332AM or online via the station’s media player.
RAF BURTONWOOD HERITAGE CENTRE
Recalls the living history of Burtonwood Airbase where over 70,000 American personnel were stationed from WW2 until 1993. Learn about the planes, the GI brides and the massive impact it had on the town of Warrington.
ST OSWALD’S CHURCH (WINWICK)
A Grade 1 listed church with regular open days. Features a Pugin chancel, an Anglo Saxon cross head; chapels dedicated to the Legh and Gerard families. Captain Smith of the Titanic was married here.
THE MUSEUM OF POLICING IN CHESHIRE
A Warrington-based museum that aims to advance public knowledge of the evolution of policing in Cheshire from its inception to the present day.
WARRINGTON CIVIC SOCIETY
Seeks to preserve and promote the town’s heritage, improve its built environment and make Warrington a place everyone can be proud of.
Facebook page: https://en-gb.facebook.com/warringtoncivicsociety
WARRINGTON HISTORY SOCIETY
Established in 1964 to encourage an interest in all aspects of local history with particular reference to Warrington and its surrounding area. Organises lectures, visits to interesting places and more.
WARRINGTON MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Houses multiple objects relating to egyptology, geology, Roman Britain, ceramics, botany, fish, reptiles, the Civil War, local industries, birds, mammals and more. Also houses a collection of over 1,000 paintings.
WARRINGTON MUSEUM OF FREEMASONRY
Houses a collecting of objects relating to the history of Freemasonry in the North West of England including regalia and jewels, silverware, glassware, pottery, furniture, textiles, books and more
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