The Wallasey Blitz
A collection of photographs to mark the 80th Anniversary of the Wallasey Blitz of 1940.
Available August 2020
£12.50 + £2 p&p
The Slave Streets of Liverpool
The stories behind over 100 streets with links to the International Slave Trade
Available July 2020
£12.50 + £2 p&p
The Dusty Teapot
We are a Community Interest Company and our purpose is to promote, preserve and protect the cultural heritage of Merseyside.
Some of our projects include scanning the Wallasey Historical Society glass negative collection, archiving of the Priestley and Sons Photographic Archive and Digitising the Wallasey Bomb Damage photographs.
We have also made reproduction copies of 18th and 19th history books so that the information can be accessed by a wider audience. More information on these is below.
We have a number of books for sale including reproduction history books, Photographic books of Merseyside and a book about First World War War Memorials. Click below for more information and to purchase.More information
Wirral Blitz @ 80
While people are familiar with the Liverpool Blitz of May 1941 but the first bombs on Merseyside fell on Wirral in August 1940.
We are thrilled to have been granted access to the Bomb Damage photographs at Wallasey Central Library which we are going to bring to a wider audience and preserve them for future generations.
New Permanent Exhibition
Over 40 of our images of New Brighton dating from 1890 to the mid 1940s have been restored and made into a permanent exhibition at The James Atherton Pub in New Brighton.
The Dusty Teapot is working with Rockpoint Leisure to promote New Brighton’s historical side. Over 40 of our images of New Brighton dating from 1890 to the mid 1940s have been restored and made into a permanent exhibition at The James Atherton Pub in New Brighton.