Spring 2012

The College of Law has closed and all lectures will be at St Albans School .
Tuesday lectures are at 8.00pm.  Friday lectures are at 7.45pm.

Tues 10 JanDr Tony CrillySt Albans Down Under – an early settlement in New South Wales
Fri 13 JanNew Year Party7.30pm at Verulamium Museum
Tues 17 JanLeo HollisThe Stones of London – the stories of twelve London buildings. This lecture was postponed; we hope to include it in the Autumn programme.
Fri 27 JanDonald MunroPrinting and Publishing in St Albans before 1900 – an Historical Excursion
Tues 7 FebRoderick DouglasAn Engineer at War – The Falklands 1982
Tues 14 FebJohn and Jo BrewsterSir Christopher Wren
Fri 24 FebAlastair Lansley CBESt Pancras – Europe's Destination Station
Tues 6 MarStephen BarnardBanging the Gong for Britain – J Arthur Rank and Wartime Cinema
Tues 13 MarJon MeinThe The Rise and Fall of the Public House in Victorian St Albans. This was a further change from the original programme.
Tues 20 MarStuart WhitefootRoyal Heraldry in St Albans Abbey
Fri 30 MarRichard LorenThe Restoration of Alexandra Palace after the 1980 fire
Tues 17 AprRoger MilesKingsbury Barn
Fri 27 AprDr Mark FreemanThe story of Adult Education – Hertfordshire in context 1918–1939
Tues 8 MayMollie KennedyEleanor of Castile – She of the Crosses
Tues 15 MayClaire MassetDepartment Stores.  Cancelled because the speaker was unwell.
Fri 25 MayKate Morris

Who benefits from education?   A view over time on attitudes and provision and how that was expressed in St Albans.  This replaced the lecture that was to have been given by the late Prof. Michael Cooper.

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