Talk: Weaverham History Society

12th March 2019

Building Paddy’s Wigwam

Philip Harrison, who was the resident site architect during the building of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool from 1964 to 1968, will be giving us his personal anecdotes of events during the design and construction period of the cathedral.

All meetings, unless otherwise stated, are held at University Primary Academy Weaverham (formerly known as Wallerscote Community School) on the second Tuesday of the month.

Starts at 7:30pm.

Membership is £15.00 per year.  Meetings are free to members of Weaverham History Society, children and students. Visitors are requested to pay £2 at each meeting. 

 

Location:

University Primary Academy Weaverham
Northwich Road
Weaverham
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 3BD

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