Bevin Boys Association

General Enquiries to:, Bevin Boys Secretary, D.Elizabeth Todd [Mrs], The Chalet, 24 Oldfield Way, Heswall,
Wirral CH60 6RG

The Bevin Boys Association was formed in 1989 with a small membership of 32 in the Midlands area. By 2009 the membership had grown to over 1,800 from all over the United Kingdom and overseas. Collections: The Imperial War Museum has now become the home for the preservation of Bevin Boy records, documents and photographs.

International Slavery Museum

Albert Dock
Liverpool L3 4AQ

The International Slavery Museum highlights the international importance of slavery, both in a historic and contemporary context. Working in partnership with other museums with a focus on freedom and enslavement, the museum provides opportunities for greater awareness and understanding of the legacy of slavery today.

Liverpool & S W Lancashire Family History Society

6 Kirkmore Road
Liverpool L18 4QN

We are an active and forward-looking society that brings together genealogists and historians with an interest in the area covered by the old Hundred of West Derby.