Updated September 2019
Wollaton Historical and Conservation Society
Guided walks, Dovecote Museum, and indoor meetings
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Walks are free for everone unless otherwise stated
Wednesday 12th June WHATEVER THE WEATHER A WALK WILL HAPPEN THIS EVENING: Meet 7.00pm outside Wollaton Library, Bramcote Lane.
Wednesday 26th June: Via the Canal to the Hemlock Stone and site of Bramcote Hills Ho. Meet 7.00pm at Latimer Dr off Grangewood Rd. (2 hours +)
Tuesday 20th August: Tour of Walled Garden. Meet 7.00pm Communities Car Park by entrance to Mr Mans.(1 hour +).
Open 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Free Admission + guided walk around Wollaton village at 3.00pm
Sunday 28th April: Radio Nottingham Big Day Out
Sunday 12th May: Grand Opening by Ninya Mikhaila 2.15 pm with drinks and nibbles: All Welcome
Sunday 9th June:
Sunday 14th July:
Sunday 11th August: Traditional WI Market
Sunday 8th September
Sunday 15th September: Heritage Weekend
The scene in The Scullery at the Dovecote Museum
4th Wednesday of the month September to April (not December)
7.30pm at St Leonard's Community Centre, Bramcote Lane, Wollaton (opposite the library)
Free for members, £2 visitors
September 25th James Wright. “English Medieval Castles” How people lived in them.
October 23rd David Mooney, “History of Busking” History of street performers with some live demonstrations!
November 27th Danny Wells. “Victorians and Christmas”.
January 22nd Micheal Kirkby. “Nottingham verses the Zulu”
Feburary 26th Ninya Mikhaila. “The typical Tudor” and their clothes.
March 25th Mathew Morris. “Rediscovering Greyfriars” where Richard III was buried.
April 22nd The AGM followed by: Bob Massey. “Violet Jessop” Titanic and Britannic survivor.
Membership of the Society costs £5 for the year starting April.
Guided walks free for everyone, unless otherwise stated.