Programme for 2019-2020
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 2019 (no meeting is held in December)
Tuesday 24th September
The Early History of Local Railways; by Brian Grumbridge, Chairman of Hounslow & District History Society and Editor of the Honeslaw Chronicle.
Tuesday 29th October
Hanworth Park House; by Nigel Clark, Secretary of the Hanworth Park History Research Group.
Saturday 16th November
London and Middlesex Archaeological Society annual conference at the Museum of London; In Sickness and in Health: The Wellbeing of Londoners Through History.
Tuesday 26th November
Bugging the Nazi’s in World War II: Trent Park’s Secret History; by Dr. Helen Fry, Historian and Authoress.
January – April 2020
Tuesday 28th January
The Life and Legacy of George Bradshaw; by Dr. David Turner of York University.
Tuesday 25th February
The Greenings of Brentford End: Royal Gardeners; by Val Bott, Historian and Museum Consultant.
Tuesday 31st March
Croydon Airport – The Golden Era of Air Travel; by John King, Air Transport Historian.
Tuesday 28th April
AGM followed by a talk to be arranged.
Past Programmes of the society can be seen here