Welcome to the Warrington Historical Society website!
FALL 2016 / Winter 2017
You may have noticed some changes at the one room schoolhouse located at 10 Folly Road (the corner of Folly Road and County Line Road). In just the past year, the Warrington Historical Society has worked with area Boy Scouts, on their quest to become an Eagle Scout, volunteers, and contractors to stabilize the building.
Here is a list of some of changes:
Once these projects are complete, the exterior of the school house will appear as it did from 1872 to 1928, when the locals proudly referred to the school as Red Top College.
The following projects are in the planning stages for 2017-2018:
Once completed, the Society plans to hold meetings and open the schoolhouse to area schools to educate students on early education methods. Many have helped us get to this point and many more will be need to complete these projects. Can you help? Will you help?? The Society meets at 8 PM the second Monday each month at the township building, directly have the WHS Commission meeting. . You can also help by purchasing our two different picture history books or an authentic Warrington William Penn Oak pen. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and need everyone’s help in raising funds and service projects.
For more information:
Meetings are held at the Township Administration Building on Easton Road, on the 2nd Monday of every month at 8:00pm, directly after the Historical Commission meeting.