Autumn 2014

Doreen and Roy Bratby

Lectures are generally held at St Albans School although occasionally at Verulamium Museum.

The school car park is sometimes crowded; notice will be given in the programme when possible but the School does not always warn us. The nearest public car park is at Gombards where parking is free after 6.30pm.

Meetings are open to all members of the Society; non-members may attend two meetings as guests.






Tue 16 Sept

AGM and A New Regional Cultural Heritage

Centre of Excellence in St Albans

At Verulamium Museum

Chris McIntyre

Fri 26 Sept

Dido Belle growing up at Kenwood House

Laura Houliston

Tue 7 Oct

The Thames Ironworks - Then and Now

At Verulamium Museum

Ben Clayton & Gavin Redknap

Tue 14 Oct

St Albans, Hertfordshire & the Civil War

Dr Alan Thomson

Tue 21 Oct

A Personal Exploration of the City of Westminster - Past and Present


Catherine Longworth

Fri 31 Oct

Those Wild Wyndhams

Three Sisters at the Heart of Power

Claudia Renton

Tue 11 Nov

London’s Forgotten Children

Thomas Coram and the Foundling Hospital

Dame Gillian Pugh

Tue 18 Nov

Fleetville – the game of consequences

Mike Neighbour

Fri 28 Nov

Claydon House and the families who lived therein

Frank Preece

Tue 9 Dec

From Clapham Junction to Fortress Malta

The archaeology, architecture and history of the island of Malta

At Verulamium Museum


Bryan Hanlon

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