The North West Labour History Society (NWLH) promotes greater knowledge of the rich, radical, labour history from the North West of England.
The society celebrates our history - which includes events and movements such as Peterloo, Chartism, the growth of trade unionism, the Irish community in the NW, Votes for Women, the formation of Socialist organisations, opposition to war, the General Strike, the International brigades and the fight against the Blackshirts, to name just a few.
Join us at the North West Labour History Society as we continue to publish and promote the real histories and stories of ordinary working men and women - people who have worked together to improve their working conditions, and their quality of life.
Our members' subscriptions keep us going. You can join us and help to ensure our future by becoming a member. You will receive a complimentary back issue together with a copy of the current Journal.