2019-20 Programme

All talks, presentations and meetings are open to visitors and are held in the Cramphorn Theatre, Fairfield Road, starting at 7:45 pm. There is no need to book but there is a nominal charge of £3 for members and £5 for visitors, payable on the night.

All outings leave from outside the theatre. Group members will have received booking terms and instructions with their Newsletter.

Parking is via Coval Lane only. Charges apply.

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“My journey as a designer”
Report by Keith Otter


Outing to Stamford and Belvoir Castle


Outing to Compton Verney and West Wycombe
Report by Keith Otter


Outing to Herstmonceux Castle


Outing to Sutton Hoo and Lavenham
Report by Keith Otter


Group holiday centred on York


Talk on the history of the Petre family
Pay on the door


Outing to Wakehurst Place and Quebec House
Places available


Talk on David Parr House, Cambridge
Pay on the door


“From Crime Scene to Art Photographer”
Pay on the door


“I need a lifestyle adviser”
Pay on the door


Talk on Thomas Hardy and the National Trust
Pay on the door


Talk on bridges, triumphs and disasters
Pay on the door


Annual General Meeting
Pay on the door


Talk on Eastbury Manor
Pay on the door


Group holiday centred on York

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A street signpost with York Minster behind it

Monday, 9 SeptemberWe travel to our hotel in York via Chatsworth, where we will spend about three hours before continuing our journey.
Tuesday, 10 SeptemberWe visit the Jorvik Viking Centre and then have free time in York, where there is much to see.
Wednesday, 11 SeptemberWe visit Goddards House (very close to our hotel) and in the afternoon we travel to Beningbrough Hall.
Friday, 13 SeptemberDepart for home, visiting Mr Straw’s House in Worksop in the morning before proceeding home.
Thursday, 12 SeptemberAll day at the National Rail Museum - and, for those who consider all day too much, further time in York.

All members have been sent a booking form and information pack with the Spring 2019 Newsletter. Each pack will be numbered in order of request and will be issued on a first-come basis. We will need a minimum of thirty-five people. The cost of the holiday is £484.00 per person and the single room supplement is £113.00. Insurance through Kings Coaches will be, as a guide, £29.00 - see details in the information pack.

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