We wish you a warm welcome from
Whitby Civic Society
Why not come along and attend our next Lecture
There isn't a Lecture during the month of December, so the next Lecture is arranged for Monday 20th January 2020 at The Whitby Coliseum, starting at 2 pm.
The speaker is George Layfield and he will be speaking on "Balancing conservation with Modern Life".
We hope that you will be able to come along and enjoy the evening.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME.
MEMBERS £1 VISITORS £3
REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE DURING THE BREAK
For Further details :-
PHONE : 07908691201 EMAIL : email@example.com
For those who missed, or for those who would like to remind themselves of the excellent talk in May 2019 by Matt Parsons, please click on the link below to view the slides used :-
Why not treat yourself to a copy of our newest publication : WHITBY CONSERVATION AREA
Priced at just £1 and is available for sale at all WCS events plus our Lectures at The Coliseum.
Why not go along to Whitby's St Mary's Parish Church and see the outstanding, breathtaking display of Christmas trees throughout the whole of December 2019. The Whitby Civic Society tree is sitting there proudly on display now.
Bram Stoker's Blue Plaque Storm Gate, West Pier Victoria Spa Well Morte d'Arthur
New West Cliff Shelter The HMHS Rohilla Memorial Plaque Xmas Tree in St Mary's Church
Example of a Whitby Ghost Sign- Wesley Hall, Church St. (Now & Then)
Whitby In Bloom won a certificate of Excellence for their Alice Garden in November 2019
The Whitby Civic Society, Registered Charity Number 1055396, exists to instill civic pride in the town.
It looks at new planning to see that no damage is done to the character of the town. It educates people
in the history of the town and rewards people who have helped to enhance the character of the town via
the awarding of Blue Plaques and Certificates of Excellence.
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Chairman : Dr John Field,
5 Borough Place,