Local and Social History Programme - 2017

 

Friday 20th January

    Photographic Memories of 2016.       2017 Programme Projects

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Friday 17th February

    Memories of Local People, presentations by members

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Friday 17th March

    Discover History by Paul and Helen Harding, Costumed  Re-enactors

    Everyday Life and Living in the 1920's and 1930's

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Friday 31st March

    Visit to The Norton Collection museum in Bromsgrove.

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Friday 21st April

    Occupations of members, parents and grandparents

    Presentations by members

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Friday 19th May

    Visit to the Newman Brothers Coffin Works,  Fleet Street, Birmingham.

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Friday 16th June

    Churches and Religions of the local area.

    Presentations by members

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Friday 30th June

 

 Visit to a couple of local churches to hear about the history.

  Sorry, postponed until a later date.

 

Friday 21st July

No indoor meeting

 Walk and Talk around Wribbenhall with Heather Flack   2pm  £1  

Meet outside Bridge House in Bewdley.

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Wednesday 9th August

Details are all now confirmed

 

   Visit Kenilworth Castle and Gardens followed by visit to Coventry Cathedral.      Leaving Brinton's Park at 9.10am and arriving home by 5.30pm.

Cost inc:  coach fare, driver's tip, entrance fee, donation to E H.  £14.00  

Members of the Gardening Group are invited to join. 

 

Friday 18th August

 

    Visit to the Worcester Royal Infirmary Museum, Castle Road.    

Travel by the 303 bus using your pass or car, parking in Croft rd or Pitchcroft C P.  

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 Wednesday 13th Sept

All details are now confirmed

Coach trip to Sudeley Castle.  £22.50.

Cost includes coach fare, driver's tip, Castle entrance, History talk, morning coffee/tea.

Leaving Brinton's Park at 8.45am.  Money due by July 17th monthly meeting.

 Gardening group members invited

 
Friday 15th September

   " Hatched and Matched"

 Childhood, Christening, Wedding photographs & Memorabillia.

Everyone to bring a baby photograph

Being a Midwife in the 1880s

Being a Health Visitor in the 1900's

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Friday 29th Sept

5th Friday in month

 Visit to Museum of Worcester Life in Friar Street and visit Greyfriars NT  House opposite the museum. Confirmed

    Travel to Worcester on the 9.30am  303 bus  Use your bus pass    

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Friday 20th October

 Education - Memories as a Pupil or Working Life as a Teacher.

 Holy Trinity Convent - Anna     Being a School Matron - Anne   University at the age of 50 - Moira

 
Friday 17th November

 Return to World War 1 and 2.

Local Military War Grave Presentations by members following their research in local graveyards.

Experiences of a career Seaman.

 
Friday 15th December     Christmas lunch.   Illustrated talk about The Privies of Worcestershire