Winter programme

18/10/17 Barnsley; visiting two exhibitions

02/11/17 Rethinking Coinage in Roman Britain

29/11/17 The 100th anniversary of The Capture of Jerusalem

24/01/18 AGM, Creating the Historic Towns Atlas for York.

08/02/18 Ancient Egypt: New Stories

07/03/18 Organising British Crime 1920-1970

Please note: visits are for members only please enquire here


January 1, 2018

Our third lecture of the winter season will take place on Wednesday 24th January 2018 after the Annual General Meeting, at the Parish Church Room, Tanpit Lane, Easingwold.

That evening, Dr Peter Addyman, archaeologist and formerly the head of York Archaeological Trust, who is past president of Forest of Galtres Society, will be our lecturer. His topic is  Creating the Historic Towns Atlas for York. Dr Addyman has edited the publication, and it is a creation with so much of interest to clarify for us whatever period of York’s history is your own particular interest.

We invite everyone to come along to our AGM.  Our meetings at the Parish Church Room on Tanpit Lane, Easingwold, commence at 7.30pm.

Annual Subscriptions are £7.50 per person.  Guests are welcome at £2 per person per event.  We look forward to welcoming you on 24th January.

Do come along to some or all of our events.  We are a friendly group, and we like to meet new friends and welcome old friends coming to our meetings.  After lectures, we have tea or coffee and biscuits (40 pence per person) available to encourage members and guests to talk with the lecturer in an informal setting.

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