2018 Talks Programme

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2018 Programme of Talks


At the Painswick Centre, Bisley Street, Painswick, Stroud GL6 6QQ

Wednesday January 3rd 2:30pm
Medieval Form and Colour Inspire Rory Young
New Sculpture at St Albans Cathedral

Wednesday February 7th 2:30pm
Making BBC Natural History Films Roger Jones

Wednesday February 28th 2:30pm
George Vernon: the Man Who Built Dr Cherry Ann Knott
Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire

Wednesday March 7th 2:30pm
The Search for the North West Passage Ken Ingamells

Wednesday April 4th 2:30pm
Cotswold Woollen Weavers Richard Martin

Wednesday May 2nd AGM 2:00pm
Followed byThe first & last voyage of the Vasa Bjorn Watson

Wednesday September 5th 2:30pm
1st Duke of Devonshire & Chatsworth Gillian White

Wednesday October 3rd 2:30pm
Hereford’s Curious Map, the Mappa Mundi Sarah Arrowsmith

Wednesday November 7th 2:30pm
Wildlife of the Western Isles Philip Mugridge

Wednesday December, 5th 2:30pm
The Arctic, a changing world David Fletcher


At The Hub, Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton, Stroud, GL6 9JJ

Tuesday January 16th 2:30pm
Falconry John Dowling

Tuesday February 20th 2:30pm
Stanway Water Mill Mike Lovatt

Tuesday, March 20th 2:30pm
Trials & Tribulations of a Rural Churchwarden Jan Long

Tuesday April 17th 2.30 pm
Botanical Illustration Joyce Barrus

Tuesday October 16th 2:30pm
Thistledown, an organic family farm Richard Kelly

Tuesday November 20th 2:30pm
A Village Through Time Rose Hewlett

Tuesday December 11th 2:30pm
Lives of Narrow Boat Families Boaters Craft Grp