Programme for 2018- 2019

Please note that the schedule for our meetings this coming season is very different to past years. In each month of the season there will be normally two or three Wednesday evening meetings starting at 7.30pm and one Thursday afternoon meeting starting at 2.00pm (Apparently for 2.15pm)

2018


October


3   Wed  7.30pm     'The Rambler in Worcestershire - John Noake: Journalist, Historian and Politician'.  -  Robin Whittaker

10 Wed  7.30pm     'Bells in the city of Worcester'  -  Mark Regan

25 Thur 2.00pm     Note change of Programme - Howard Robinson is unable to attend

We are grateful to Martin Bond for agreeing to step in at short notice

'Chronicles on Witley Court' - Martin Bond

31 Wed  7.30pm     'Votes for Women'   -  Silvia Clift

November

7   Wed  7.30pm     Annual General Meeting 

14 Wed  7.30pm     'Slaughter at Fort Royal, Worcester' -  Richard Shaw

29 Thur 2.00pm    'How to survive the Great War'  -  Charles Brecknell

December  

5  Wed  7.30pm      'Two Significant Tombs in St George's Churchyard - Nicky Griffiths 

12 Wed 7.30pm      Christmas Social Evening   


2019

January

9   Wed  7.30pm     'The Victory tea Company, Kidderminster, 1931-1965' - Bob Millward

23 Wed  7.30pm     'The Archaeology & History of Quarrying on Llanymynech Hill, Shropshire                               - Bob Galloway

31 Thur 2.00pm     'Lord Horatio Nelson'  -  Max Keen. 

February

6   Wed  7.30pm     'Columbus'   -  Tom Roy 

13 Wed  7.30pm     'Churches of  Shropshire:  Past, Present  and Future'   -  Tim Bridges

28 Thur 2.00pm    'The Sinking of the  "Athenia':                                                                                                      The first merchant ship to be torpedoed in WW2 - Ron Gallivan  

March

6   Wed  7.30pm     'The Village Life at Upper Arley' - David Skitt

13 Wed  7.30pm     A Talk by our President - Simon Buteux

28 Thur 2.00pm    'The Battle of Gheluvelt' - Lieutenant Colonel Mark Jackson  OBE     

      







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