The next in the series of our resumed Radcliffe on Trent Local History Society talks will take place
7-30pm on Wednesday 1st December
in the Main Hall, Grange Hall, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent.
Mark Dawson will talk on
‘Food and Drink in Tudor and Stuart Nottinghamshire’
We know that you wish us to take the Covid safety precautions seriously and so we have adopted the following measures:
- Although the Main Hall at Grange Hall can accommodate 250 people, we are limiting the number of tickets to 100.
- From this December on, tickets for the following month’s talk will also be available to buy after the talk, as well as at the usual outlet of Pen2Paper. Cash only!
- Chairs will be distanced but attendees can, if they wish, group chairs together in ‘bubbles’ of families or friends.
January 12th: Chris Weir: Secret mysteries of Nottinghamshire.
February 2nd: David Appleby: The Forgotten Massacre – how and why the Siege of Shelford Manor was hidden from history.
March 2nd: Marion Caunt, Rosemary Collins and Pauline Woodhouse: The story of Saxondale Hospital.
April 6th: Rebecca Gregory: Viking Nottinghamshire.
May 4th: Mo Cooper: The good, the bad and the reality – notable women of Nottinghamshire.
June 1st: Brian Howes: The inns and pubs of old Nottingham.