Spring 2008

Tue 15 JanRobert BardElstree - Britain's Hollywood
Fri 25 JanDavid DeanVotes for Sovereigns - Parliamentary elections were once very robust affairs and St Albans was well to the fore in bribery.
Tue 29 JanDr Richard SimonsA Butcher's Daybook - Abbots Langley in 1828
Tue 5 FebDr Bill MartinGeophysical Surveys Around Hertfordshire
Tue 12 FebJacky BennettApsley Mill and the History of Paper-making
Tue 19 FebCaroline RawleThe Story of Welwyn Garden City
Fri 29 FebKate ColquhounA Thing in Disguise - the Life of Joseph Paxton, Head Gardener at Chatsworth and designer of the Crystal Palace.
Tue 4 MarDr Ralph JacksonRoman Medicine
Tue 11 MarBrian AdamsWays to Annoy the Enemy - St. Albans and the Napoleonic War
Tue 18 MarThe Library StaffThe Arc and Arc Library
Fri 28 MarGeorge IrelandFrom Family Gold to Family Gout - a Rothschild Inheritance.
Tue 1 AprVictor LudlowFlags, Feathers and Further Communication Methods
Tue 8 AprRev Peter WadsworthSt Albans and The Peasants' Revolt
Tue 15 AprDr Alan McWhirrSt Albans Fire Service - a History
Fri 25 AprDr Tom WilliamsonHow Old is the Landscape? What field boundaries can show us about the extent of open fields in medieval Hertfordshire.
Tue 29 AprVicky RawlingsThe 150 Cottage - Letchworth G.C. and the 1905 Cheap Cottage Exhibition
Tue 6 MayElaine Beckett, London GuideHeart of Empire - The Story of a London Street Corner
Tue 20 MayPeter LawrenceBeneath City Streets - London's Hidden history
Fri 30 MayHarvey WatsonThe First Battle of St Albans, 1455 - the start of the Wars of the Roses.
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