Stretton on Dunsmore History Society.
These Meetings are usually held in Stretton on Dunsmore Village Hall on a Tuesday evening, starting at 7.30 pm (unless otherwise indicated).
Talks are free to members, visitors are welcome (£2 for adults and children free).
Free refreshments are provided.
‘Arming the Knight’ by Paul and Ken Thompson,
in a display of medieval costume
‘Knowing one's Place: Rural Crime and Punishment in the late 19thC':
Michael Luntley of Princethorpe History Research Group
'The Primitive Methodist Chapel in Stretton and others in Warwickshire' by Anne Langley
'Industrial History of Coventry in Old Postcards' by David Fry of the Marton Museum and History Group
Sunday afternoon outing: Leaving at 2pm. Free guided tour of 'Little known Warwick - part 2'. Lifts offered, teas available
AGM - refreshments, display and a short talk (topic to be announced)
Sunday afternoon outing: Guided walk around the historic village of Birdingbury. Leave our green at 2:15pm. Please book ahead (cost tba) lifts offered, teas available
'From Cats Whiskers to DAB: a brief history of domestic radio sets'. Display and talk by Richard Nicholls
‘Medieval Field Systems and Village Characteristics' with local examples, by Alec Ross
'Stone Age finds from S. Lodge Farm' Display of artefacts and talk by Larry Wooding
December 4th or 11th (tbc)
Social event (usually a quiz): come and enjoy yourself with members and friends (mince pies provided).