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NEWS, amended detail; 11th October 2021

October 11, 2021

It is with great pleasure that I can tell you that we have arranged a Lecture meeting for the Society, to be held in person. This is a superb way of starting up our meetings once more, for our speaker is to be our President, Professor Joann Fletcher. 

Her lecture title is ‘Wine in Ancient Egypt: the drink of gods and pharaohs’ 

The date is Saturday 16th October. The doors will open just after 2pm. We will begin at 2.15pm, with an Extraordinary General Meeting, before the lecture itself begins.

The venue, which we do hope you will enjoy, is the Methodist Chapel, Chapel Street, Easingwold. The postcode, should you need it, is YO61 3AE.

Locals will know where to park but for those coming from beyond Easingwold, there is a small amount of parking in front of the Chapel best kept available for those with mobility needs and our speaker for the day. There is some parking space just prior to reaching the Chapel, on the other side of Chapel Street. There is an HDC carpark off Showfield Drive, and, of course, the market place.

11th October 2021, helpful information!

We are very pleased to be able to tell you that worshippers attending the Methodist Chapel do not wear a face covering unless they are actually singing hymns.

This means that we can follow the same practice of not wearing a face covering unless we wish to, in the Methodist Chapel buildings.

We are sure this will be a great relief for you all.

There is also good news of two more lectures with details nearly finalised. They will be held in the Methodist Chapel, on Thursdays, in the evening – always our preference and probably yours too, in February and in March 2022. In each case we expect the date to be 10th of the month. There are other lectures in process of arrangement.

Chris Twigg will be talking in February about Jet Mining, a subject he has been researching recently.

Dr Pete Wilson will be lecturing in March on the recent excavations which have produced amazing Roman remains and in which he participated as a lead person, at Eastfield, near Scarborough.  Your Chairman and Secretary attended one of the only visits (fewer than a dozen people attended) which were allowed onto the site, in pouring rain, with very slippery mud underfoot, in the early summer. Never has it been more important to have walking poles to keep one upright!

Dr Steve Sherlock will be giving us a lecture on a subject of his choice. Nothing fixed yet.

We shall be holding our usual raffle on Saturday 16th October.  We shall welcome you in the entrance vestibule and offer you a chance to purchase raffle tickets there. This time it will be £1 a ticket, not a strip of five tickets. This means less paper needs to be handled but the money handed over remains the same. We will be hearing a lecture entitled Wine in Ancient Egypt: the drink of gods and pharaohs as you already know, and there will be a special bottle of wine which has been donated as a prize. Please bear with us as we may not hand over the wine bottle to the winner within the building.  A committee member will hand it to you at the door as you leave. Other prizes may be handed to the winner.

It is quite a challenge, organising lectures after so long without indoor meetings, and we hope you will bear with us as we get used to a new venue. We can assure you that the equipment at the Chapel is top quality. We will be taught on Friday how to operate it!

We look forward to welcoming you for what promises to be a superb lecture on 16th October, given by our President, Professor Joann Fletcher.

In the usual course of events subscriptions are due in October and many of you pay at the first meeting. This time, as we are holding an Extraordinary General Meeting before the lecture, the Secretary would rather not be taken up with receiving subscriptions when the reason for the EGM is that our new venue is going to be more costly to hire than the Parish Church Room. To overcome part of that cost increase it is going to be essential that the subscription rate is increased from £7.50 to £10 per person for the 2021-2022 season. It has been held at £7.50 since the 2008-09 season.

We also propose that everyone who attends pays £2 for the privilege, thus ending the lectures being free for our members. I am sorry that this payment needs to be introduced, but I do hope that you can understand. The cost of hiring the new lecture hall is two and a half times the price paid previously. We will benefit from superior IT equipment, and, it will not be necessary for us to move chairs at all, and, the Society’s own equipment need not be hauled to and fro for our lectures.

Your Secretary has investigated several other venues but none seemed even slightly suitable, for various significant reasons.

It is with much pleasure that we invite you all to come to our events. We would very much hope that you can support and approve the need to increase subscriptions and bring in a payment for lectures with immediate effect, ie for the subscription year commencing on 1st October 2021.   This is your formal notification of the holding of an Extraordinary General Meeting on 16th October 2021

Thank you               Frank Kirk, Chairman, and supported by every committee member.

Stillington, A History

November 26, 2019

Mr Grahame Richardson, a Stillington resident, has kindly given us access to his book ‘The Peculiar History of Stillington’. Compiled after over 25 years of research, mainly through the Borthwick Institute and local sources, it is a comprehensive study of the area and can be read online or downloaded at the emboldened text above.

Funded by the National Lottery through Awards for All