Programme for 2018-2019
Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at the United Reformed Church Hall, Chapel Road, Hounslow, TW3 1UL. Non-members are welcome to attend and will be asked to pay a visitors fee of £2.00 per person, per talk.
*** Doors open at 7.30 pm for a 7.45 pm start, throughout this season ***
PLEASE SEAT YOURSELVES IN GOOD TIME AS LATECOMERS MAY DISTURB THE MEETING, THANK YOU.
September to November 2018 (no meeting is held in December)
Tuesday 25th September
Hounslow in Postcards; by Mary and James Marshall of Hounslow & District History Society.
Tuesday 30th October
London Roadhouses in Fact and Fiction; by Dr Michael John Law, University of Westminster.
Saturday 17th November; LAMAS Conference at the Museum of London; “An Emporium for Many Nations: London Shaped by Trade”
Tuesday 27th November
Dr John Langdon Down and Normansfield Hospital; by Ian Jones-Healey, Archivist at the Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability.
January – April 2019
Tuesday 29th January
The Restoration of Sir John Soane’s Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing – and Insider’s View; by Richard Flenley, Trustee.
Tuesday 26th February
Cemeteries and the Burial of the Dead – A More Than Personal View; by Alan Rice, Hounslow’s Cemeteries Officer.
Tuesday 26th March
Suffragettes, Suffragists and Antis; by Irene Cockcroft, authoress and lecturer specialising in women’s involvement in the Arts and Crafts and Suffrage movements.
Tuesday 30th March; West London Local History Conference: Entertainment; at the University of West Lonodn, Boston Manor Road, Brentford.
Tuesday 30th April
AGM followed by Joshua Kirby, Father of Sarah Trimmer and Friend of Thomas Gainsborough; by Andrea Cameron, Vice-President H&DHS and Local Historian.
Past Programmes of the society can be seen here