All talks are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month, at 7.30 pm in Lyddington Village Hall unless stated in red.

All are welcome at our meetings, non-members £2, members £1, children free.

 

Diary 2019

(Revised November 2019) 

 

Date

Description

Wednesday February 6th

Peter Austin – Parks and Pollards, the management of the trees and woodlands from the time of the 1st Lord Burghley

Wednesday March 6th

Andrew Northen - Local Farming

Wednesday April 3rd

Prof. Steve King - Treatment of the Poor

Wednesday May 1st

Dr Elizabeth Hurren – Who was Jack-the-Ripper: Unmasking a Murderer in Victorian London

Wednesday June 5th

Sue Miller – Findings of a Village Archaeology Project, Orwell, Herts

Wednesday July 3rd

Carenza Black – The work of Northants Record Office

Wednesday August 7th

Prof. Keith Snell – English Landscape Painting & the Rural Poor, c.1700-1900

Wednesday September 4th

Kevin McElhone – The History of Mechanical Music

Wednesday October 2nd

Ken and Hazel Wallace - The Hallaton Hoard

Wednesday November 6th

Dr Miriam Gill – Murals and monuments in Stoke Dry and Lyddington: exploring medieval church interiors

Wednesday December 4th

Dr Rosemary Canadine – The Exeter Archive at Burghley House, Stamford