The prestigious Masonic Libraries and Museums group held their most recent meeting at Warrington Masonic Hall, in March 2017 to review the impressive progress made by the Warrington Museum of Freemasonry. The day commenced with tea/coffee and biscuits which gave the opportunity for members of the Warrington Museum team to meet the members of the Masonic Libraries and Museums Group. The attendees represented a number of Masonic groups and provinces, including The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, at Great Queen Street, London.
On the 22nd February 2017 the Warrington Museum of Freemasonry arranged a supper for Friends oftheMuseum. The evening included a talk by Mitchell Hill, who is the Collection and Archive Manager for Warrington Museum as well as the Mentor for the Warrington Museum of Freemasonry. Michelle’s talk commenced with a brief history of the Warrington Museum which included some very interesting images of how the Grade II listed building looked soon after its construction was completed in 1857 and how the interior displays were organised in those early days. They looked extremely cluttered to modern eyes and especially so when compared to how the displays are currently organised.