Our meetings recommence at the end of September 2021 in Southwell Library.  Meetings start at 7.30 p.m.

Please note that owe will be subject to any requirements of the owners of the venue as to social distancing.  We will leave it with members to decide if  they wish to wear a face-mask. 

September 29th   ‘The History of the Bramley Apple’.  Speaker: Roger Merryweather

October 27th        ‘ Coal Mining in Notts/Mining Memories’.  Speaker: Steve Wright

November 24th   ‘The Clergy, the Widow and the Milkman’.  Speaker: Mo Cooper

Book Launch at the November meeting: Georgian Diaries 1782-84, George Hodgkinson Junior, Attorney of Southwell, Nottinghamshire Edited by Michael J Kirton

The book stall will also be open giving members a chance to stock up on Christmas presents!

Programme for 2022

Assuming we will be able to continue with meetings here are our plans for next year, up until July 2022

26th January  ‘Jesse & Florence Boot – The Story of Boots the Chemist’.  Speaker: Chris Weir

23rd February  ‘The Lost Buildings of Nottinghamshire’.  Speaker: Bob Massey

23rd March. ‘Women in the Lives of 4/5th Dukes of Newcastle’.  Speaker: Richard Gaunt

20th April  ‘The Evolution of Agriculture in the Newark Area’.  Speaker: Pat White

25th May. ‘Researching Nottinghamshire’s Churches – The Southwell & Nottingham Church History Project’.  Chris Brooke

22nd June. ‘ A J Loughton – Pictorial Southwell’.  Speaker: Andy Gilbert

27th July Summer Trip: Nottingham City Caves Tour