LECTURE PROGRAMME 2016-17
Meetings take place at 7.30 pm in the Lecture Theatre, the Royal Grammar School, Upper Tything, Worcester, WR1 1 HP (Free car parking in Little London)
Visitors welcome: Guest membership is £2 per meeting (FREE for registered students)
Mon 19 September: Digging into Lich Street: Archaeological investigations and community engagement at the Cathedral roundabout, Worcester.
Richard Bradley & Rob Hedge - Worcs. Archchive & Archaeology Service
Mon 10 October: The Romans in Wales
Roger White (Ironbridge Institute)
Mon 31 October: William Ross, inventor of the Rossipher, and other 18th century Worcestershire sundial makers.
Mon 21 November: Building the future, transforming our past — archaeology in Worcester since 1990
Mon 12 December: The Rambler in Worcestershire: John Noake, journalist, historian, politician
Mon 9 January: Building the future, transforming our past — archaeology in Worcestershire since 1990
Aisling Nash - Worcs Archive & Archaeology Service
Mon 30 January: Richard Baxter and George Morley: Worcestershire divines shape the Restoration, 1659-1685
Mon 20 February: The Manorial Documents Register for Worcestershire & Herefordshire: databases, discoveries and observations
Mon 13 March: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, followed by report on visit to NW Wales.
Mon 3 April: THE BERKELEY LECTURE
Skeletal collections from Worcester Royal Infirmary and the Museum of London: What can they tell us about the past?
Jelena Bekvalac (Museum of London)