To view the poster for each Lecture, please click on the date below :-
January_16th_2017.pdf : 'William Willison's Tulips' by Linda Chapman.
February_20th_2017.pdf : WCS AGM followed by 'Quincentenary of Bagdale Hall' by John Cattaneo.
March_20th_2017.pdf : 'Space Operations' by Flt. Lt. Richard Weeks.
April_24th_2017.pdf : 'On Our Doorstep' by Malcolm Blenkey A.R.P.S.
May_15th_2017.pdf : 'Life as a Lifeguard' by Keith Goodchild.
June_19th_2017.pdf : 'Future Medicine from the Beehive' by James Fearnley.
July_17th_2017.pdf : 'Whitby in the Limelight' by Elizabeth Cheyne.
August_14th_2017.pdf : 'A Walk around Whitby in Bygone Days' by Neil Williamson.
September_18th_2017.pdf : 'Capture the Coast Project' by Dr. Nicky Dobson.
October_16th_2017.pdf : 'The Death Railway' by Paul Wilson
November_20th_2017.pdf : 'Unveiling Victorian Genius' by Prof. Mark Seaward
(for copy of complete lecture notes see Spruce_and_Mudd_lecture_notes.doc)
January_15th_2018.pdf : 'The Yorkshire Films of Nell the Sheepdog' by Graeme Aldous
February_19th_2018.pdf : 'The AGM & The History of Bagdale Hall by John Cattaneo
March_19th_2018.pdf : 'Whitby Ghost Signs' by Peter Craggs
April_16th_2018.pdf : 'Slowing the Flow' by Mike Potter
May_21st_2018.pdf : 'Heritage Railway Volunteer ... or obsessive second career' by John Bailey
June_18th_2018.pdf : 'The History of Parkol Engineering' by Sally Atkinson
July_16th_2018.pdf : 'The History of the William Riley' by Peter Thompson MBE
August 2018 ..... No Lectures were planned but 3 visits were arranged : 1. Parkol Engineering
2. Guardian III
3. Whitby Jet Museum
September_17th_2018.pdf : 'Managing our Region's Inshore Fisheries' by David McCandless, Ian Davies & Andrew Boon from NEIFC
October_15th_2018.pdf : 'Whitby Abbey Collections' by Susan Harrison
November_19th_2018.pdf : "A Meander down the Esk" by John Freeman
January_21st_2019.pdf : "The Death Railway" by Paul Wilson
February_18th_2019.pdf : AGM followed by 'The History of the White Horse & Griffin' by Ed Henebury
March_18th_2019.pdf : 'Whitby's St Hilda's Catholic Church, an Illustrated Talk' by Mark Edwards