2021 Programme

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Important notice: Our programme of talks has now moved online using the Zoom platform, due to the current coronavirus epidemic. Tickets for online talks are available from WeGotTickets, ticketing links will be provided next to each talk title in the following list when ready.

We are unlikely to hold any indoor meetings for quite some time yet. We feel that it is our responsibility to avoid risking the health and welfare of our members and visitors.

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Our talks are normally all held on the third Wednesday in the month. Talks start at 7.30 pm, virtual doors open at 7.15pm.

Walks are either on a Saturday morning or afternoon, or Wednesday evening, and during the covid pandemic the walks will take place following the Government guidelines at the time.

January 4th 2020
New Year walk, meet 10:00 am outside St Mary and St Nicholas church, (at the roundabout where Cowley and Sandford roads join).

January 20th
AGM plus talk “Lawn Upton House, Littlemore”, Mary Steele and Buffy McClelland

February 17th
“The Z – A of Oxford, 1000 years of history in 60 minutes”, Richard O Smith

March 17th
“The coming of the railway to Oxford”, Liz Woolley

Link for tickets for Liz Woolley’s talk: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/512082 Tickets cost £3.00 plus 30p agency booking fee.

April 21st
“Beacons of the past-investigating a prehistoric Chilterns landscape”, Wendy Morrison.

Link for tickets for Wendy Morrison’s talk will be on sale from Thursday 18th March: Tickets cost £3.00 plus 30p agency booking fee.

May 19th
“The history of Littlemore Hospital- from Victorian pauper asylum to mental health institute”, John Stewart

Our summer programme normally consists of a summer social and a couple of walks, however we will have to see how things are going by then regarding Covid and whatever regulations are in place. Watch this space!

September 15th
Roman Pottery finds in Oxford”, Christopher Young.