PROGRAMME FOR 2019 - 2020
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at Molineux House Hotel, home of the Archives (unless stated otherwise. ) Meetings start at 11.00am with refreshments available beforehand and close by 12.45 pm
Visitors are most welcome to attend the meetings (capacity permitting), and admission is £2. There is no charge to Members.
3rd October 2019
Annual General Meeting with fun quiz.
7th November 2019
5 Victorian Hospitals in Wolverhampton
5th December 2019
Midland links to the Gunpowder Plot
2nd January 2020
‘The Thorneycroft Book'
2nd May 2019
‘Wolverhampton during the Reformation: A Tale of Two Halves’
6th February 2020
Glass making in South Staffordshire
5h March 2020
‘Wolverhampton's West and East Parks
2nd April 2020
The Biycle Industry in Wolverhampton
Vic Davies (subject to change)
7th May 2020
Wolverhampton Ring Road
Jayne Murray (subject to change)
4th June 202
Local Visit A guided walk alomg the Canal with Phil Clayton
2nd July 2020
City Archivist Heidi Mcintosh
6th August 2020
Wulfrun - A mixed race Princess?
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