THE
BIRKDALE AND AINSDALE
HISTORICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY

SOUTHPORT, WEST LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND

The Society's purpose is to carry out and publish research into these two historic communities
on the south-west coast of Lancashire, England and their surrounding area.

Since its foundation in 1985 Society members have written thirteen books on the locality and produced a historic map.

Three more books are being prepared for publication.

Members of the society correspond with people from many parts of the world
who share an interest in the area, exchanging information, especially on family history.

A category of Friend of the Society has been set up for people interested in the history of this area
who receive an annual newsletter in return for a modest subscription.



Our publications include:

Crossens
Southport's
Cinderella Suburb
Don E Want Ony Srimps
The story of fishermen
of Southport and North Meols
New Ainsdale
The Struggle of a
Seaside Suburb 1850-2000
New Birkdale
Growth of a seaside suburb,
1850 - 1912
Birkdale and Ainsdale
Past and Present

Combined historical and modern map
Families and Cottages of
Old Birkdale and Ainsdale

Histories of cottages
with family trees
OUT OF PRINT
Old Birkdale and Ainsdale
Life on the Southwest Lancashire Coast, 1600 - 1851
Links Along the Line
The story of the development
of golf between Liverpool
and Southport
New edition now published by Phillimore
North Meols, Southport
A parish and its people before 1820
Catholicism in Southport Lancashire 1800 to 1900
The progress of the Catholic
Church through the 19th century
OUT OF PRINT
Southport's Inner Suburbs
A limited edition volume


Special Offer:
For a limited time only, Harry Foster's book on Crossens
is available at a saving of five pounds.
For further details, please click on Crossens


You may also be very interested in:



Martin Mere Lancashire's Lost Lake


Further Information about the Society


Where are
Birkdale and Ainsdale?
How to order
publications
How to become a
Friend of the Association
Future
Publications




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