After the disappointment of having to cancel the talks arranged for 2020 (especially after our first two popular events at the start of the year) we are pleased to announce the programme of talks for 2021.
You will understand that the programme is a provisional one. While the speakers and Grange Hall have been booked, we are at the mercy of developments with Covid19. We hope that the talks can take place, but all is not within our control.
The talks are due to start at 7-30pm in the Grange Hall, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent.
January 6th Chris Weir: Secret mysteries of Nottinghamshire
February 3rd Dr David Appleby: The Forgotten Massacre – How and why Shelford was hidden from history
March 3rd Marion Caunt, Rosemary Collins and Pauline Woodhouse: Shortages, soldiers and strikers: Notts County Asylum 1912-192
April 7th Rebecca Gregory: Viking Nottinghamshir
May 5th Mo Cooper: The good, the bad and the reality – notable women of Nottinghamshire
June 2nd Brian Howes: The inns and pubs of old Nottingham
September 1st Val Wood: History of health care in Nottinghamshire
October 6th Richard Gaunt: Nefarious Notts: The Pentrich Rebellion
November 3rd William Ruff: Henry Garnett and the Gunpowder Plot.
December 1st Mark Dawson: Food and drink in Tudor and Stuart Nottinghamshire