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The Society's meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Wilmot Street Community Centre. All start at 7.30pm.

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.

Here is the programme of the current yearís events:

Tuesday 14 September 2004
The History of the Sherwood Foresters
A talk by Cliff Housley on the History of this famous local regiment.

Tuesday 12 October 2004
Haddon Hall - Facts and Fancies
The home of the Manners family, described in an illustrated talk by Trevor Brighton.

Tuesday 9 November 2004
Customs of Christmas
An (early) festive presentation on local Christmas traditions, by Joan Ward.

Tuesday 14 December 2004
Heage Windmill and its Restoration.
Built in the 1790's and now restored, our nearest working windmill and its history is explained by Alan Gifford.

Tuesday 11 January 2005
The Vintage Years of Motoring
A series of films, presented by Les Henshaw, on early motoring.

Tuesday 8 February 2005
A Night at the Empire
A lively presentation by Trevor Lee, on the films of yesteryear and the cinemas in which they were shown.

Tuesday 8 March 2005
Langley Mill and its Industrial Past
Chairman,
Roger Hull, explains the industrial heritage of this part of the locality.

Tuesday 12 April 2005
Annual General Meeting, followed by "Railways and Coal," presented by Brian Key, looking at the dependence on each other of these two key areas of our local history.

Tuesday 10 May 2005
Visit to Swanwick Hayes, the home of Fitzherbert Wright, built in the 1850's.

Saturday 14 May 2005
Visit to Haddon Hall, following October's meeting.

Tuesday 14 June 2005
Visit to Heage Windmill, to fit in with Decemberís meeting.


The cap badge of the Sherwood Foresters Regiment

 

The Courtyard at Haddon Hall, home to the Dukes of Rutland.

courtyard

 

The Heage Windmill

The Hayes at Swanwick - now a modern conference centre, but with an old an varied past.

 

Follow this link to look at the previous year's programme

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