Meetings 2021-22

C13th Depiction of Henry III

2:15 for 2:30 pm start (except April). Followed by light refreshments
Meeting charges: Members £1, Visitors £4

Painswick: Wednesdays

At The Painswick Centre, Bisley Street, Painswick GL6 6QQ
Free Parking in Stamages Lane Public Car Park (nearest postcode GL6 6UU);
limited parking at The Painswick Centre

September, 15th
‘Buying and selling antiques from the very beautiful to the very bizarre’, Bev Dennison

October, 6th
‘Purple Emperors at Knepp’, Matthew Oates

November, 3rd
‘Gloucestershire’s Industrial Heritage’, Dr Ray Wilson,

December, 1st
‘Tin tabernacles and corrugated iron churches’, Philip Willmott

January, 5th
‘Wildlife of the Windrush Valley’, Andy Lewis

February, 2nd
‘Title to be advised’, Katie Jarvis

March, 2nd
‘Nature in Art’, Simon Trapnell

April, 6th or 13th date to be confirmed; meeting starts at 2.00 pm with AGM
Followed by Talk (Speaker & Title to be advised),

May, 4th
‘The Georgian Pleasure Gardens – Todds Cottages in Cranham Woods’, Jan Whitton

Minchinhampton: Thursdays

At The Hub, Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton, GL6 9JJ
Ample free parking.

October, 21st
‘Is there such a thing as a perfect tree?’, Ray Hawes

November, 18th
‘Magic Lantern Christmas Show’, Patrick Furley

December, 16th
‘Fonts’, Michael Hemming

January, 20th
‘Percy Grainger – Folksong collecting in Gloucestershire’, Gwilym Davies

February, 17th
‘Adapting to Climate Change for Gardeners’, Sally Oates

March, 17th
‘A Royal Pilgrimage through Gloucestershire: Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, and Thomas Cromwell’, Alan Pilbeam

April, 21st
‘Stone Stiles’, Peter Wilson

May, 19th
‘Butterfly Recording’, Joyce Barrus