Liverpool

Photo: St George’s Hall Liverpool by Mark Watson

The Liverpool Regional Group serves all of Merseyside and further into Cheshire and South-West Lancashire. Our main activity is providing events for members and the wider public in the region: talks on Victorian and Edwardian architecture, arts and society in autumn and winter, walks and trips in spring and summer, and visits to buildings as appropriate.

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Liverpool Events

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Previous events

A guided tour of the graveyard of All Saints, Childwall, by Diana Goodier

The tour will highlight some of the most interesting burials from the Victorian period – the shipping magnates, local politicians, founding members of the university and a couple of architects.

50 Years of the Liverpool Group of the The Victorian Society

Roger Hull has been an active committee member of the Liverpool Group of the The Victorian Society for many years and will tell the fascinating story of the group since its foundation in 1974.

50 Years in Building Conservation, an illustrated talk by Ken Moth

The Liverpool Regional Group relaunching on 20th March with a valedictory talk by Ken Moth

Liverpool News

Liverpool Regional Group relaunches

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Contact Details

How to get in touch with our Liverpool Group.

Telephone: 01517288028

Email: [email protected]

The Liverpool Group does not do casework. If you are concerned about a Victorian or Edwardian building, please get in touch with one of our conservation advisers.

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