Forthcoming Events (and some that you may have missed)
|17-Jan||Talk||The Riverside||2.30 pm. “From Rations to Fashions” by Mike Dewey.|
||Trenchard Museum RAF Halton||Contact P&M Group via firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to book a place.|
7.30 p.m. “Burning to get the Vote” by Leslie Clarke and Willie Reid.
Note: This talk will be preceded by a Short Special General Meeting to consider and effect a couple of minor changes to the Society constitution.
|28-Apr||Talk||Trinity United Reformed Church||2.30 p,m, A joint meeting with Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society. Guest Speaker: Leslie Webster, former Senior Keeper of the Anglo-Saxon and Viking Collections in the British Museum will give a talk entitled “Buckinghamshire’s Saxon Prince: the Burial at Taplow”|
|13-May||Open Day||Pann Mill,
|11.00 am – 5.00 pm. To coincide with National Mills Weekend, a chance to see the mill in operation.|
|8-Jun||AGM||The Riverside||7.30 p.m. AGM and demonstration of WWI heritage trail|
|8-Jul||Open Day||Pann Mill,
|11.00 am – 5.00 pm. A second chance to see the mill in operation. Craft and other stalls.|
|5-Aug||Event||Wycombe Abbey||50th Anniversary Celebration. Tickets for this event will be on Sale in Spring 2018|
|16-Sep||Open Day||Pann Mill, The Rye||11.00 am – 5.00 pm. To coincide with Heritage Open Weekend, another chance to see the mill in operation.|
|12-Oct||Talk||The Riverside||7.30 pm. Society Member Dave Scott will give a talk on “George Holt Thomas”|
|19- Nov||Talk||Trinity United Reformed Church||A joint meeting with Wycombe Wildlife Group. Guest Speaker: Ted Green MBE, Founder of the Ancient Tree Forum.|
|December||Outing||Leighton Buzzard||Details to be announced|
A printable version of this programme will be available shortly.
The Events Programme is organised by the Programme and Membership Group.
All are welcome at Our Talks and Pann Mill Open Days.
Admission to our Talks is usually free for Society members (including members of our Affiliated Groups). A small charge of £2 is usually requested from non-members attending these.
Other events such as our visits are sometimes arranged for limited numbers and preference in booking places is given to members of the Society.