Autumn 2013

Doreen and Roy Bratby

Tuesday lectures are held at Verulamium Museum and start at 7.45pm

Friday lectures are held at St Albans School and start at 7.45pm

The school car park is sometimes crowded; notice will be given in the programme when possible but the School does not always warn us. There are a few parking places on Romeland Hill and the nearest public car park is at Gombards.

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

Tue 10 Sept
followed by:
Prof. Nigel Saul
At Verulamium Museum at 7.30pm
Magna Carta, History and Politics
Tue 17 SeptJohn LoadmanBrickendonbury and its Place in the History of Hertfordshire
Fri 27 SeptDr Richard BuckleyGreyfriars, Leicester and the search for Richard III

Tue 8 OctStan AmesWireless interception and the Double Cross Operation
Tue 15 OctJane KelsallNineteenth-century Royal monuments at Windsor, and what came afterwards
Fri 25 OctJohn BrodrickF.W. Kinneir Tarte, Man of Two Words
Tue 5 NovProf. Tim ConnellButcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker - The City Livery Companies
Tue 12 NovDaphne KnottTudor Hertfordshire
Tue 19 NovFrank IddiolsOrdnance Survey Bench Marks in and around St Albans
Fri 29 NovGuy AtkinsThe Edwardian Social Network
Tue 3 DecLaurie ElvinCassiobury - A Walk in the Park
Tue 10 DecIan ThompsonGerman U-Boats and the Battle of the Atlantic

For details of our Spring 2014 lecture programme click here.

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