Programme 2008-9

 

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The Society holds its meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Wilmot Street Community Centre. Meetings start at 7.30pm. All our meetings are very well attended, and on occasions can be standing-room only - especially 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 at the 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. For those of you with 'Sat Nav', the postcode is DE75 7EF.)

You don't have to be a member of the Society to attend our meetings -  visitors are always welcome. Non-members are invited to contribute a donation to the Society at their discretion.

Tuesday 9 September 2008
Heanor & District's Lost Past
A slide show by Brian Key and Roger Hull, looking at places and views which can no longer be seen.

Tuesday 14 October 2008
TV Snips into Heanor
John Wright
presents a selection of excerpts on DVD, showing how the town has been recorded for posterity.

Tuesday 11 November 2008
Voices from the Past - Letters from the Regimental Archives
A talk by Clive Tougher, Education Officer of the Sherwood Foresters Regimental Museum.

Tuesday 9 December 2008
Loscoe Then and Now
A study of this local village by Brian Key.

Tuesday 13 January 2009
Mary Queen of Scots: The Captive Queen 1568-1584
The history of her imprisonment in the East Midlands, presented by David Templeman.

Tuesday 10 February 2009
Cavalcade of Variety
An evening of historical entertainment with Trevor Lee.

Tuesday 10 February 2009
Little Eaton - The Little Town by the Water
An historical tour through a village a few miles from us, with Mu Stubbs and Graham Richards.

Tuesday 10 March 2009
Mine's a Pint!
Robert Mee
looks at the history of the area's hostelries - no drinks on the house unfortunately!

Tuesday 14 April 2009
A Seasonal Journey
Preceded by the AGM, David Cox looks at the four seasons in the Heanor area.

Tuesday 12 May 2009
Forty Glorious Years
To conclude the series of meetings in the Society's 40th year, members will present the highlights of the town since 1968.

Tuesday 9 June 2009
An evening visit to the Arkwright Mill, Cromford.

Saturday 4 July 2009
An afternoon tour of Derbyshire, in the company of Keith Blood.

The Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
The Badge of the Sherwood Foresters Regiment, 1881 - 1970.


Grange Farm, Loscoe, formerly situated at the junction of Taylor Lane and High Street.


The old Glasshouse Inn at Codnor, taken in the 1960s. (The replacement building is now the Ce Bella.)


Jon Pertwee, in the role of Worzel Gummidge, opening the Victorian Market in Heanor, May 1984.

 

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