Lecture Programme 2019

 The lectures are all on the third Monday of the month at the Coliseum. The lectures begin at 2pm from January to March, 7:15pm from April onwards, then back to 2pm for October and November.

 

January 21st .........  The Death Railway by Paul Wilson

February 18th ....... AGM followed by a talk on the history of the White Horse and Griffin by Ed Henebury

March 18th ............ The history of St Hilda’s Roman Catholic church by Mark Edwards

April 15th .............. The history of Bothams with Jo Botham

May 20th ...............  The Sirius mine project with Matt Parsons

June 17th ...............  A pictorial history of RAF Fylingdales by Neil Williamson

July 15th ................  The history of Whitby Jet with Rebecca Tucker

August ..................  Daytime events will be arranged

September 16th .....  The legacy of Captain Cook by Clair Stones, Education Officer, Captain Cook museum

October 21st ..........   30 years in the Police Force by Adele Davies

November 18th .....    Forensic Archaeology: ’Death and Discovery’ by David Dance

December 5th ........    Christmas meal