Are held at St Oswald’s Church Hall on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2pm. Refreshments (tea, coffee & biscuits) are available after the speaker with plenty of time to socialize, browse our book stall, find out about study groups or speak to organizers. A big thank you goes to all those who help with the refreshments, and putting the chairs and equipment away after the meetings.
Details of the next few monthly speakers are listed below:
Details of ad hoc activities (usually open to all members) plus Stop Press information from the groups will also be shown below. YOU MAY NEED TO SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ALL EVENTS.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Mon Oct 14th||Local History Group - Sam Hearn to talk about "Sybil Penn: a Tudor survivor, known as the Grey Lady of Hampton Court".|
|Wed Oct 16th||Mr Dick - 'My Life as a Town Crier'|
|Mon Nov 11th||Local History Group - Bob Redman will tell us about "Elstree: Britain's Hollywood"|
|Wed Nov 20th||Chris Truran - 'Dabs and DNA detects Criminals'|
|Mon Dec 9th||Local History Group - David Burnell will be here to discuss "The Myth of Metroland"|
|Wed Dec 18th||Xmas meeting - Will include a quiz. Other details to be announced.|
|Fri Oct 18th||LONDON WALKS GROUP|
KILBURN: RATES & PILLAGE
Kilburn has a high degree of inequality, expensive Victorian houses alongside deprived council housing estates. It has the highest Irish population of any London area as well as a sizable Afro-Caribbean population.