The main aims of the Woolton Society are:

  • To stimulate public interest in Woolton.
  • To promote high standards of planning and architecture in Woolton.
  • To secure the preservation, conservation, development and improvement of features of general public amenity or historic or public interest in Woolton.
  • What the Society does:

    The Woolton Society's activities include:

    • Maintaining an awareness of planning applications and City Council proposals affecting the Woolton area.

    • Making formal comments on significant applications and proposals to Local Authority departments and Councillors.

    • Issuing a regular Newsletter to all Members.

    • Holding periodic talks, open to non-members, with speakers on topics of local and general interest.

    • Encouraging research and documentation of local history.

    In support of our work the Society also publishes books.  The latest of these, "Woolton Stone and Liverpool Cathedral" is now available, and may be prurchased at any of the talks, or or the Society stall on the farmers market, as well as from Brown's Newsagent in the village, or the Cathedral bookshop.
    Quarry Book cover

    The Woolton Society would like to gratefully acknowledge the support it receives from the following organisations

    • Our accountants HBD Accountancy Services LLP
    • The Village Club for hosting talks
    • The Elephant Hotel for providing rooms for Committee meetings
    • Riverside Screen Prints for storing the Gnosspelius archive