Liverpool’s decline, it’s resurgence and it’s celebration
Some of Liverpool’s most fascinating history comes out of its darkest days, and to look back on it summons feelings of fascination, astonishment, but maybe even a little nostalgia for ‘simpler’ times. (more…)
The Ancient Crosses of Lancashire
Happy New Year all! This year I’ll be concentrating on more maps of Liverpool and the surrounding area, with only a smattering of news when it suits. First up: a lovely little book from 1902, detailing (more…)
Churches, and Rural Landscapes in Urban Liverpool
This article was inspired by Celia Heritage’s recent article on parish churches. Her love of churches, in terms of history, began through researching family history and looking for ancestors’ gravestones.
Medieval church of All Saint’s, Childwall, to get new extension
Proposals for new developments at Childwall’s All Saint’s church look set to get planning permission. The plans are labelled ‘controversial’ by the Liverpool Echo.
All Saint’s is Liverpool’s oldest surviving (more…)
English Heritage produce advice on caring for places of worship
English Heritage are currently building up their catalogue of advice for those (more…)