Tag Archives: Heritage

Mysterious Blue Plaque appears at Williamson’s house

A very strange thing has happened. On opening the Mason Street gate onto the house site for the first dig of 2020, we received quite a shock. Up on the wall of Joseph Williamson’s house façade is a new blue plaque, not one of the official English Heritage Plaques, but never the less a nice […]
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Change of location for members meetings 2020

New location for monthly members meeting We have held our monthly members meetings for several years now in the Fly in the Loaf. We are very grateful to the manager and staff there for all their help and support over the years. Though due to members telling us of their struggles with the long staircase […]
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Map of the Tunnels, latest update (Sept 2019)

Since FoWT first produced their map of the tunnels, back in Feb 2016, it has been constantly evolving as we continue our research and progress with our digging and clearing of Joseph Williamson’s subterranean world. This map has been well referenced by many organisation and individuals alike since its creation. The latest September 2019 update, […]
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Major New Tunnel Discovered

Look on our map of the Williamson’s Tunnels and you see that some tunnels are shown in orange. These Tunnels were surveyed by the Army in 1882 and 1907. So, we have always had a fair bit of confidence that these tunnels will be where the Army say they are. Beneath the land where Merseyflex […]
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360° Virtual Tour of the tunnels

We often get asked by people who can not visit the tunnels themselves, “Do you have a virtual tour of the Tunnels?” Although we have never had a virtual tour, we regularly publish lots of still photographs on our web site, Twitter and Facebook accounts. However, this is about to change. We are pleased to announce that […]
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FoWT win yet another award…

Wow, you wait years for an award then 2 come along at once! Following our amazing award last week, we were delighted to be notified today that we had received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence “We’re pleased to announce that Williamson’s Tunnels – Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels has been recognised with a 2019 Certificate of […]
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A proud day, FoWT Win Tourism Award

Having been shortlisted for the Liverpool City Region, Tourism Awards 2019 we sought your help in getting votes for the big Award Ceremony in Liverpool Cathedral. On Thursday 16th May 2019, the big day arrived, FoWT Chairman Gordon and Trustee Chris attended the Awards.  If you have ever visited the cathedral before, I am sure […]
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Under Grads go Underground!

We were delighted when Dr Kerry Traynor asked us to assist  Final Year Media students from the Department of Communication and Media, University of Liverpool . Of course we were most happy to oblige. The student’s were split into 6 groups, each group would make a seperate video about the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels and […]
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YouTuber Martin Zero visits us

Trustee Lynn, contacted Manchester based Explorer and video maker Martin Zero inviting him to visit the Williamson’s Tunnels. Martin has a YouTube Channel with over 41k subscribers to his channel. Mike Rogers, FoWT Guide, took Martin and Connor on a full tour of both Paddington and the Williamson’s House site on Mason Street. During his […]
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FoWT shortlisted for Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2019

  We have just received the amazing news that the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels have been shortlisted for the “Hidden Gem” category of the Liverpool City Region, Tourism Awards 2019 https://www.liverpoollep.org/news/tourism-awards-to-crown-regions-best-kept-secret/ This is fantastic news for us and for the Tunnels. Would you please take a moment to vote for the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels […]
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