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WOLLATON HISTORICAL & CONSERVATION SOCIETY

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

Updated January 2024

 Fourth Wednesday of the month, September to April (not December)

7.30pm-9.00pm St Leonard's Community Centre Bramcote Lane

opposite Wollaton Library

2023/2024 PROGRAMME

 

INDOOR MEETINGS

September 27th 2023 

Maureen Cooper. “The Clergyman,the Widow and the Milkman”. Who were the slum landlords of Edwardian Nottingham.

October 25th - Richard Gaunt. “Doctor Robert Thoroton”. The First Historian of Nottinghamshire.

November 22nd - Stephen Flinders. “Magnificent Seven”. The end of the 19th Century Horror Story.

 

January 24th 2024 - Tom Andrews. “Captain Athelston Popkess”. The Chief Constable of Nottingham for 30years.

February 28th - David Skillen. “Pilots ‘n Petticoats”. Enabled Women to write their own place in History.

March 27th - Maggy Watkins. “Mayflower Pilgrims in a new World”. Their move to Leiden and the decision to create their own settlement in the new World.

April 24th - Bob Massey. “Gone but Not Forgotten”. A look at the lost Buildings of Nottinghamshire. The talk follows a brief Annual General Meeting.

 

WOLLATON VILLAGE DOVECOTE MUSEUM

Currently closed for the winter. Re-opens Sunday 12th May 2024

 

Wollaton Historical & Conservation Society does not accept liability for any accident, loss or damage to members or visitors during its advertised activities

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