2019/20 Programme of Events

2019/20 Programme of Events

All meetings are held in the Lifford Memorial Hall, Lower Green, Broadway WR12 7BU and start at 7pm. There is parking behind the Hall. Non-members £3 on the door. Refreshments are served at the end of the meeting.

Monday 16th September 2019On the Way to London, old routes across the North Cotswolds and Vale of Evesham, an illustrated talk by David Ella.

Monday 21st October 2019: Sir Thomas Phillipps and Middle Hill, Broadway, a talk by Gerard Molyneux.

Monday 18th November 2019: 1941, HMS Broadway and the Capture of the German Naval Enigma Machine, a talk by Doug Eyre.

Monday 9th December 2019: Hailes Abbey and the Mystery of the Holy Blood, a talk by David Haldred BSc Econ, MA PGCE.

Monday 20th January 2020: Russell House, Broadway, its People and History a talk by art historian Malcolm A. Rogers CBE.

Monday 17th February 2020: A Builder in Broadway, Charles Edmund Steward, a talk by Committee Members Mary and Nigel Smith.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the following meetings in 2020 were cancelled and will be rescheduled.

Monday 16th March 2020: Broadway’s National School, the day to day running from its opening to its relocation on Lime Tree Avenue, a talk by Cllr. Elizabeth Eyre.

Monday 20th April 2020: History of Sudeley Castle, a talk by Angela Panrucker.

Monday 18th May 2020: AGM and History of Farnham House, The Green, Broadway, a talk by John Noott.

2018/2019 Programme of Events

All meetings are held in the Lifford Memorial Hall, Lower Green, Broadway WR12 7BU and start at 7pm:

Monday 17th September 2018: Update of Broadway Station & GWR, a talk by Phil Moore

Monday 15th October 2018: The Anglo Zulu Wars (to include 2 Worcestershire VC Heroes), a talk by Max Keen

Monday 19th November 2018: The Allahakbarries, JM Barrie’s Coarse Cricket Matches, a talk by Michael de Navarro QC

Monday 10th December 2018: Farmsteads and Buildings Recording the Past for the Future, a talk by Dr Alan Wadsworth

Monday 21st January 2019: Sentenced to Beyond the Seas Worcestershire Women Convicts sent to Australia, a talk by David Clarke

Monday 18th February 2019: Broadway Archaeological Dig, a talk by Robin Jackson

Monday 18th March 2019: Chedworth Roman Villa, a talk by Dr Nick Humphris

Monday 15th April 2019: Jane Austen in the Cotswolds, a talk by Allan Ledger

Monday 20th May 2019: AGM and Quiz on Worcestershire with Robin Hill