WOLLATON HISTORICAL & CONSERVATION SOCIETY
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
Updated September 2023
Fourth Wednesday of the month, September to April (not December)
7.30pm-9.00pm St Leonard's Community Centre Bramcote Lane
opposite Wollaton Library
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