Lectures for 2019
Thursday 10th January. Being Lord Lieutenant and some Richmond Memories
Lord James Crathorne
Thursday 14th February. The Auckland Project - Auckland Castle. Jane Ruffer
Thursday 14th March. Sister Dora. Suzanne Strike
Thursday 11th April. Georgians & the Pursuit of Pleasure. Hannah Phillip
Thursday 9th May. Lewis Carroll - the Croft Connection. Chris Lloyd (venue: Town Hall. time 8pm)
Thursday 13th June. The Aftermath of WW1, 1918 - 24. Graham Berry
Thursday 12th September. The Bells of St Mary's, 1650 -1914. Dr. Graham Rodgers
Thursday 10th October. Yorkshire, a lyrical history of England. Prof. Richard Morris
Thursday 14th November. 1071 Resistance and Revenge - Harrying of the North. Rod Flint
All lectures (except May's) are held in the Influence Church, Victoria Road, Richmond,
starting at 7.30pm. Car Parking is available in Victoria Road and in Nuns Close Car Park.
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Other Activities and Events for 2019
Thursday 2nd May: Visit to Royal Navy Museum and Trincomalee, Hartlepool
13th - 16th May: Tour of Dumfries and Galloway
Thursday 11th July: Visit to Fairfax House, York
Friday 13th December: AGM, 7.30pm Town Hall
Each year in November, the society publishes its Review, a combination of reports on the year's activities and articles written by members and professionals. These are wide ranging but most often have a local history or heritage theme.
Non-members can buy copies of The Review from Castle Hill Bookshop in the town or through the society (please use the Contact page).
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