Welcome to the Warwickshire Local History Society
Next Event: Tuesday 20th February 2018 -- evening lecture
Richard Churchley -- Old pubs and lost hostelries of Warwickshire: their history, names and stories
Saturday 25 November 2017: visit to Salford Hall. Record numbers (over 70) joined our pre-Christmas visit to Salford Hall (now a hotel). Dr Nat Alcock was a guide to the house's complex social and architectural history, while the reenactment group Guarderobe offered a light-hearted view of the Gunpowder Plot and other related events.
Tuesday 21st November 2017: On our first Members’ Evening we heard several excellent presentations --
Alec Ross: 'Visualising Local History: the 1910-15 Valuation Survey in Stretton-on-Dunsmore.'
Stewart Fergusson: '‘The Factious Citie of Coventry’: Crisis and Change in the 17th Century.'
Professor Ronnie Mulryne: 'The Stratford Guildhall and Shakespeare's Schoolroom.'
(See events page for fuller details)
News (local history noticeboard): On our recently added page --find the Kenilworth FHS Programme, and details of the fine Radway civil war display.
Outings for 2018: We eventually finalised the list after various alterations by the venues. Therefore please note that the dates on the earlier programme card have changed. Download Invitation.
Publications: A new cumulative Warwickshire Bibliography is now available. See link on 'Publications' page; please let us know of any errors or omissions.
The winter lectures are free to WLHS members and members of affiliated Local History Societies. We now charge non-members £3.00 -- refundable on the night when joining the Society!
For enquiries and bookings for forthcoming events, contact Neville Usher, firstname.lastname@example.org, 01789 205043
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Meetings from October to April 8.00pm,
with coffee from 7.30pm,
Friends Meeting House,
39 High Street, Warwick,
Link to Google Map of location
For the Society's programme see Events
The Society publishes a news bulletin twice a year, containing society news and a list of forthcoming local history lectures.
Read the latest Bulletin