Spring 2017

Lectures are generally held at St Albans School although occasionally at Verulamium Museum which are marked with (*).

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.

The meetings normally start at 7:45pm.

Fri 6 Jan

New Year Party*

7.30pm at Verulamium Museum

Tue 10 Jan

Peter Doyle

British Postcards of the First World War – Humour and Reality

Tue 17 Jan

Patrick McNeill

The Logbooks of St Helen’s School, Wheathampstead

*At Verulamium Museum*

Fri 27 Jan

Dr Geoffrey Tyack

The Man who transformed London

Tue 7 Feb

The Gentle Author

The Cries of London

Tue 14 Feb

Mike Neighbour

What lies beneath

Fri 24 Feb

Prof. James G. Clark

War among the Ruins – Medieval Heritage and the First World War

Tue 7 Mar

Hugh Howes

Wind, Water and Steam – the Story of Hertfordshire’s Mills

Tue 14 Mar

Taylor Downing

The Making of the epic 1916 propaganda film – The Battle of the Somme

Fri 24 Mar

Paul Langston

Hertfordshire Almshouses

Tue 4 Apr

Dr Katharine Keats-Rohan

Wallingford Castle and the Road to Regicide

Tue 11 Apr

Dr Simon Heffer

The Age of Decadence

Fri 21 Apr

Prof. Jonathan Phillips

Saladin – Life and Legend – From the Medieval Age to the 21st Century

Tue 9 May

Jeremy Goldsmith

The Hanseatic League

Fri 19 May

Adrian Tinniswood

The Long Weekend – Life in the English Country House between the Wars

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