WARRINGTON History Society has announced details of its 2019/20 lecture programme.

Established in 1964, the society’s aim is to encourage an interest in all aspects of local history with particular reference to the Warrington area.

The society's latest round of talks, all of which will be held at Friar's Green Independent Methodist Chapel in Cairo Street, comprises:

Monday, September 16: ‘Lantern Lights 1890 -1960’ by Martin Berry of Warrington Photographic Society

Monday, October 21: 'The Prince of Wales Suite of Glass - Made in Warrington' by David Willars

Monday, November 18: 'Warrington Transporter Bridge' by Margaret Ingham

Monday, January 20: ‘The decline and fall of the Boteler Dynasty’ by Dr Bill Cooke

Monday, February 17: 'Warrington Freemasons from 1646' by Vic Charlesworth and Caroline Crooke

Monday, March 20: 'The Flu Epidemic of 1918-1919, with particular reference to Warrington' by Ron Phillips

Monday, April 20: 'William Beamont: His Later Years' by Harry Wells

Membership of the Society costs just £11 per year and includes free entry to all seven talks, opportunities to attend organised trips to places of historical interest and access to the Society’s library.

Guests are also welcome to attend the society's lectures, all of which begin at 7.30pm, for a fee of £2.50 per talk.

For further information including details on how to join the society visit warringtonhistorysociety.uk