Getting up and running

Just as the COVID pandemic was developing, I had this idea that there were a number of people who had an interest in the history of Fulwood and maybe interested in joining a group focused on this history . But it is only now that I think it sensible to see whether my idea is correct!

I am inviting you to share your thoughts on how the Group might become established. To prompt you I’ve developed an on-line questionnaire which I would like you to complete.

The questionnaire is here

If you have thoughts and ideas that don’t fit into this questionnaire, please share them with me via eMail (admin@fulwoodhistory.uk)
Please also consider sharing this questionnaire with people you know who may be interested.

With thanks and best wishes

Keith Pitchforth

Heritage Open Days

A guided walk around Fulwood looking at the way it grew from a village to a suburb

In 1880, Fulwood was a small collection of houses and outlying farms. Over the next 50 years it was transformed into a prosperous suburb.
The walk will illustrate significant steps in this transformation.
This 1.5 mile walk will be on

Saturday 17 September: 1400-1600
Sunday 18 September: 1400-1600

We will meet outside 545 Fulwood Road at the Junction of Fulwood Road and Stumperlowe Lane. View map

The walk leader is Keith Pitchforth (contact: editor@fulwoodhistory.uk)