Note: Meetings from October to April start at 8.00pm, preceded by coffee at 7.30pm, in The Friends Meeting House, 39 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AX
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Saturday 16 September 2017

Dual-village visit to Wixford and Salford Priors: First we see St. Milburga’s, Wixford, for its De Cruwe brass, famous yew-tree and intriguing graffiti. Later Dr Stephen Roberts will guide a visit  to St Matthews, Salford Priors, a beautiful part-Norman church with 1630s additions and unusual mid-C17 Clark family monuments.  N.B. A prompt start is needed and access is difficult (please car-share if possible). 

Further details: use downloadable list and/or contact Neville Usher (for both, please see below) .

Download:

Programme Card

Summer Outings 2017 with application forms
Meeting report: 'Getting Online for Research and Publicity'.

List of local history websites.


The winter lectures are free to WLHS members and members of affiliated Local History Societies, we charge £2.00 for non-members - refundable on the night when joining the Society!

Warwickshire Local History Society:  External events June-October 2017

Volunteers are needed to attend our stall at these events; we would love to hear from you -- please contact Neville Usher (see below) if you are able to help.

  1.  Stratford Book Fair, Saturday 26 August, 10.a.m.-- 4 p.m.      
  2.  Leamington History Day, Saturday 16 September, 10 a.m.-- 4 p.m.    
  3.  Warwick Words History Day, Saturday 7 October

Contact details for potential volunteers: Neville Usher, 6 The Fold, Payton Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6NJ, 01789 205043 or by email: info@warwickshirehistory.org.uk  

Other events: Fifth Gloucester History Festival, 2-17 September 2017.  Contact Caroline Meller for further information, tel 01242 677 489, email cmbmeller@gmail.com

Warmington -- Fundraising Lecture and Dinner, 13 October 2017. See poster for further details: Poster for Warmington


For a list of other societies' lectures and events, see the calendar on Our Warwickshire