Istory and the role of he NAtional TRustMeetings normally take place from 2pm - 4pm, at Holy Innocents Community Hall, at the junction of Sutton Park Road and Stourport Road, Kidderminster, DY11 7BD.   See Map

MAXIMUM ATTENDANCE AT ANY MEETING WILL BE RESTRICTED TO 100 MEMBERS
FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY REASONS. 

Monday

January 4th

Meeting

 Zoom Meeting: Gill White, "Henry VIII and the Field of the Cloth of Gold"  Report

Monday

February 1st

Meeting

Zoom Meeting: Shakespeare's London   Report

Monday

March 1st

Meeting

 Zoom Meeting: Gill White: "Catherine of Aragon"  Report

Monday

March 29th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting: Nigel Metcalfe, "Clean and Decent - a History of Personal Hygiene"

Please note, this meeting is instead of 5th April, which is Easter Monday, a Bank Holiday.

 Report

Monday

May 3rd

Meeting

Bank Holiday: No Meeting  

Monday

June 7th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting: Nigel Metcalfe, “That’s the Way to Do it - A History of Punch and Judy"  Report

Monday

July 5th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting:  Max Keen: Lord Horatio Nelson, England's Greatest Hero?  

Monday

August 2nd

Meeting

No Meeting  

Monday

September 6th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting: "The History and the Role of the National Trust", Members' Research Project  Report

Wednesday

September 22nd

Visit

Visit to Aston Hall TBC

 

Monday

October 4th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting: Nigel Metcalfe, "A Tied Cottage, the Story of Buckingham Palace"  

Monday

November 1st

Meeting

Zooom Meeting:  Mary Bodfish, "Darling Elizabeth" - Elizabeth the Queen Mother  

Monday

December 6th

Meeting

Zoom Meeting:  Christmas Celebration