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The following meetings and events are displayed as a courtesy but you may wish to check with the organisations re any changes or updates etc

 


 

 

Non commercial events such as talks and heritage walks are advertised here free of charge  

 

Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Society

Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Society an active group with a current membership of about 100, interested in all aspects of  Hampshire's Industrial Archaeology.

All meetings  are held at the Underhill Centre, St. John's Road, Hedge End, SO30 4AF at 7.45 PM on the first Monday of the month, unless stated otherwise.  Free Car Parking. Occasional visitors are welcome to attend at no charge.

  January 8th

   Hampshire's First Pilot

   Mike Gibson

February 5th

History of Hydraulics

Steve Skinner

March 5th

The Southampton & Salisbury Canal revisited

Jon Sims

April 9th

Lucy Houston, the Lady who saved the nation

Colin van Geffen

May 14th

Swaythling Remount Depot.  Supplying Horses for war service

John Fish

June 4th

Silk stockings & Spitfires

John Smith

July 2nd

Women on the Railway

Becky Peacock

August 6th

The Queen Mary before & after the war

Stephen Hoadley

September 3rd

Aspects of Military Archaeology in the Ridgeway Region

Don Summers

October 1st

Northampton not Southampton: 
Industrial Heritage around a Midlands County

Peter Stanier

November 5th

Annual General Meeting

December 3rd

Victorian Humour

Alan Brindle

Date

Subject

Speaker

  January 8th

   Hampshire's First Pilot

   Mike Gibson

February 5th

History of Hydraulics

Steve Skinner

March 5th

The Southampton & Salisbury Canal revisited

Jon Sims

April 9th

Lucy Houston, the Lady who saved the nation

Colin van Geffen

May 14th

Swaythling Remount Depot.  Supplying Horses for war service

John Fish

June 4th

Silk stockings & Spitfires

John Smith

July 2nd

Women on the Railway

Becky Peacock

August 6th

The Queen Mary before & after the war

Stephen Hoadley

September 3rd

Aspects of Military Archaeology in the Ridgeway Region

Don Summers

October 1st

Northampton not Southampton: 
Industrial Heritage around a Midlands County

Peter Stanier

November 5th

Annual General Meeting

December 3rd

Victorian Humour

Alan Brindle

Hampshire Genealogical Society Southampton branch

 

This friendly and welcoming group meets at 7.30 pm on the third Monday of the month (except Bank Holidays) at the Roman Catholic Church Hall, Commercial Street, Bitterne.  We welcome both new members and visitors to our group.


West End Local History Society

Talks are held at the Parish Centre in Chapel Road at 7-30 pm. Parking, facilities for disabled members and visitors, teas and coffees after the meeting. Visitors fee £2. 


Millbrook Local History Society


Meetings at 7-30pm Holy Trinity Church Hall, Millbrook Road
 
 
 
 
6th December 2018 Christmas Social Evening Mince Pies Sherry or two and Christmas Draw
 
 
University of Southampton Retired Staff Association

Visitors may attend the talks, a contribution of £2 toward the speaker cost would be appreciated. Visitors are welcome on the trips at just the regular trip cost.

Limited parking is available in the Salisbury Road (Gower) car park. Alternative parking on Pay and Display car park off University Road.

Talks begin at 2.0 pm

 

 

Honorary Secretary (For membership and meeting enquiries)

Mrs. Jan Richards

30 Botley Road

North Baddesley

Southampton

SO62 9DQ

Tel:    (023) 8073 0705

Social Secretary (For trip enquiries and booking)
 
Mrs. Joan Pawson
59 Roewood Close
Holbury
Southampton
SO45 2JT
 
Tel:    (023) 8089 4326
email:  Object

Nursling and Rownhams History Group

Come to one of our talks and meet us at Nursling and Rownhams Village Hall in Nursling Street, Nursling


 


King John's House 

Speakers : Barbara Burbridge
THURS NOV 08, 07:30 PM
at Village Hall 
The Roman Road to Winchester. 
Speaker : Jon Sims
THURS DEC 13, 07:30 PM
at Village Hall 
Holy Dusters and Brass Band of Winchester Cathedral   
Speaker : Margaret Braddock

 

Non commercial events such as talks and heritage walks are advertised here free of charge 

Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery
 



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