Usually, open meetings with speakers are held on the third Monday of each month at St. Michael’s Church Centre, Church Street, Bramcote NG9 3HD, in March, April, May, September, October, and November. In the summer months there are outdoor exploration activities for members.
Presentations in the Church Centre begin at 8pm, but those delivered by Zoom commence at 7.30pm.
All these meetings can be delivered by Zoom until such time as we are able to return to our usual venue. Updates will appear on this website and members will also be notified by email or post.
Wollaton's Walled garden
23 August 2021
Bradshaw's Guide and an Early Railway Tour
20 September 2021
AGM followed by "Bramcote Grove, from Mansion to College to Baxter Green Estate"
18 October 2021
15 November 2021
Historic Parks and Gardens of Nottinghamshire
17 May 2021
Secrets, Mysteries, and Curiosities of Nottinghamshire
19 April 2021
Saving "The Iron Giant", Bennerley Viaduct
15 March 2021
The Smith Family of Bramcote Hall
15 February 2021
The White House, Bramcote
18 January 2021
The Fraudster of Risley Hall: Ernest Terah Hooley
18 November 2019
Annual General Meeting at 7.30pm, followed by .....Nottingham Night Life, 1945 - 1985 at 8pm
21 October 2019
Led by Val Bird......and inviting your contributions too !
The Last English Nobleman to be Hanged for Murder : a story centred on Staunton Harold
16 September 2019
Guided Walk in Old Sandiacre, members only
15 July 2019
Visit to the Village Museum, Ruddington, members only
04 July 2019
with optional visit to the Framework Knitters' Museum
Guided Walk in Risley, members only
17 June 2019
Dr. Pat Ancliff
The Victorian Holiday
20 May 2019
Toton Sidings, from Canal to HS2
15 April 2019
Bramcote for Sale : The Auction of the Holden Estate
18 March 2019
Val Bird and the Research Group
The 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month: what happened next in Notts.?
19 November 2018
Professor John Beckett
‘Let’s Remember Together ‘ a commemorative event.
11 November 2018
Bramcote Memorial Hall, 2.30 to 5pm, displays, with short presentations at 3pm and 4pm, and free refreshments