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
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. Please be
aware that the car park next to the Centre is now Pay and Display, even
in the evening!
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 2012
Heanor & District, 1890 - 1920
Brian Key looks at the town at the turn of the last century..
Tuesday 9 October 2012
Golden Days of the Music Hall
Stories, Songs, and ... Hats! With Trevor Lee.
Tuesday 13 November 2012
The Butterley Company
Two films on the close of this famous firm, with
Tuesday 11 December 2012
Tales of the Pitman
With former miner and mine-rescuer, David Coleman.
Tuesday 8 January 2013
To Kill or Cure
Quirky remedies of the past described by
Joan Ward .
Tuesday 12 February 2012
Advertisements of Bygone Times
Bold, colourful and eye-catching,
with Patsie Jarman.
Tuesday 12 March 2013
Robert Mee looks at south east Derbyshire before the Norman Conquest.
Tuesday 9 April 2013
Society AGM, followed by
The Ripley Rattlers
The centenary of Heanor's first trams, celebrated by Paul Chambers.
Tuesday 14 May 2013
This local village described by Roy Plumb.
Tuesday 11 June 2013
A tour around Greasley.
A visit to the National Tramway Museum, Crich.
Marie Lloyd, Music Hall Artiste
St Pancras Station, London - an 1867 Butterley project.
Greasley Castle Farm - one part of the remaining castle wall.
Tram shed at Crich
Follow this link to look at last year's programme
Last modified on
29 September 2013 12:49