season has been extended for the first time in the Society's history. We will now
hold nine indoor meetings, from September through to May, together with two or
more trips in the early summer.
Society's meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Wilmot
Street Community Centre. All start at 7.30pm (the December Meeting commences at
7.00pm). All our meetings are very well attended, and on occasions can be
standing-room only - if the subject is particularly "local" in its nature, or if
it is a subject that has mass appeal, we would recommend that you don't leave it
to the last minute to arrive - the day is rapidly approaching that we will have
to close the doors!
(To get to the
Wilmot Street Community Centre, in the centre of Heanor, turn onto Wilmot Street
side of the Market Place , directly opposite the Market Hotel;
after passing the first junction (with Mundy Street) there is a car park on
your right, and the Community Centre is adjacent to that.)
You don't have to be a member of the Society to attend our meetings -
are always welcome.
Non-members are invited to contribute a donation
to the Society at their discretion.
Tuesday 11 September 2007
The Changing Face of Heanor and District
A "then-and-now" slide show, of the changes to the Heanor area,
presented by our Chairman and Treasurer, Roger Hull and Robert
Tuesday 9 October 2007
Florence Nightingale and the 95th Foot
Derbyshire nursing pioneer, Florence Nightingale, and her links with
the 95th Regiment, later part of the Sherwood Foresters. An illustrated
talk by Clive Tougher.
Tuesday 13 November 2007
Once Upon a Pantomime
An evening of seasonal and historical entertainment presented by
Tuesday 11 December 2007 (7.00pm)
(nb - Change from the previously publicised speaker)
A look at the history of our near neighbour Ilkeston, in a talk given
by Stephen Flinders.
Tuesday 8 January 2008
The History of Nottingham Cinemas
A filmshow presented by Les Henshaw.
Tuesday 12 February 2008
Farmhouses Through Time
Blue Badge Guide, Keith Blood, gives us a tour of farmhouses
Tuesday 11 March 2008
A History of Coalmining in Nottinghamshire
Heanor was a mining community, and so many of our forefathers walked a
few miles to pits in Nottinghamshire. This talk by David Amos
covers the importance of the industry to the surrounding area.
Tuesday 8 April 2008
Codnor Castle and its Park
After our AGM, Brian Key, gives an illustrated talk on the
oldest surviving remains in the area.
Tuesday 13 May 2008
A History of Heanor Grammar School
The key stages of the school's history, from 1893 to 1976, are
explained by Robert Mee. Hopefully (!), our publication on this
same topic will be available by the time of this meeting.
An evening guided walk around Darley Abbey.
5 July 2008to the
National Coal Mining Museum, at Caphouse Colliery, Wakefield.
A shopping precinct in Langley Mill - but what used to be here?
Florence Nightingale, "the Lady of the Lamp."
The Coat of arms of the Borough of Ilkeston
A fifties class at Heanor Grammar - including headmaster Mr Sykes, and
Form Master Mr Hinds.
Follow this link to look at last year's programme
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