CORONAVIRUS (COVID 19)  CANCELLATIONS  (JUNE UPDATE) 
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Circumstances have not improved enough for  us  to hold the June meeting safely.
Government rules do not allow us to gather together in  groups of any size and many of us  are still shielding or self-isolating.
Our next meeting after the summer break is planned for  Thursday September 17th, but there must be some doubt as to whether things will have improved sufficiently to allow this to go ahead.   So  hopefully our speaker will be  Dr. Graham Kemp,  talking on “Rogues and villains of Lancaster Castle”.

Take care of yourselves and keep safe. Hope to see you soon.
Watch this space for more information.

 

Welcome to the website of Longridge and District Local History Society.

The Society was founded over 40 years ago and provides a wide range of speakers on topics covering local history as well as topics of wider interest.

    Our meetings are friendly and informal, Guests and new members are always welcome.

The Society works closely with the Longridge Heritage Centre Trust and a number of our documents and photographs have been loaned to and managed by the Trust to make them available to the wider public at the Heritage Centre and online in the Town Archive.

Next Series of Speakers Talks listed in 2019 – 2020 Programme

Longridge & District Local History Society is a member of the Lancashire Local History Federation.

 e-mail: chairman@ldlhs.org.uk

Visitors and Guests are welcome to come along to our meetings, usually held on the 1st and/or 3rd Thursdays of the month from September to June in the Centenary Room at St Paul's Church,

Starting at 7:30pm. £2.50 for non-members includes light refreshments.