Spring 2019

By Gill and David Girdziusz

All lectures are held on Tuesday evenings at Marlborough Road Methodist Church.

  • The nearest public car parks are in Bricket Road and The Maltings. The Bricket Road car park is free after 6.30pm.

The New Year Party will be held at Verulamium Museum.

Late changes of venue will be notified on our web site and via e-news.

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

All meetings normally start at 7:45pm.

   
Fri 11 JanNew Year Party7.30 pm at Verulamium Museum
Tue 15 JanLouise FowlerLondon Mithraeum: A New Home for the Temple of Mithras
Tue 22 JanHelen GibsonHugh Myddelton and the New River
Tue 5 FebDuncan BarrettHitler’s British Isles
Tue 12 FebPatrick McNeill
& Peter Jeffreys
The Rise & Fall of the Pubs of Wheathampstead 1830-1914
Tue 19 FebFrancesca WealSomething Old, Something New: Conservation Architecture in Practice
Tue 5 MarDr Yaromir MalekThe City of Memphis: Egypt Herself
Tue 12 MarFabian HiscockAn Eligible Project: The Economic Impact of the Grand Junction Canal on West Hertfordshire 1791-1841
Tue 19 MarJohn Morewood‘Five days of tumult’ - the 1810 mutiny of the Local Militia in St Albans and its unforeseen consequences
Tue 2 AprJohn CoxJim Forrester (later 5th Earl of Verulam) and the Unemployed in South Wales, 1931-1947
Tue 9 AprProf. Margot FinnThe East India Company at Home: in and beyond Hertfordshire
Tue 16 AprDr Neil FaulknerLawrence of Arabia: Excavating a Legend in the Deserts of Southern Jordan
Tue 7 MaySimon West25 Years of Highlights in Archaeology in St Albans
Tue 14 MayRichard GriffithsTrials, Tribulations & Triumphs of being Cathedral Architect at St Albans for 17 years
Tue 21 MayDr James LewisLondon’s Lea Valley: Britain’s best kept secret?
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