Diss

Events

Check this page for MEETINGS - HOLIDAYS. See separate page for OUTINGS

The monthly meeting takes place on the morning of the first Thursday of each month at the United Reformed Church in Mere Street, Diss, IP22 4AD. Forty-five minutes are allocated to refreshment, socialising and catching up on the interest groups and notices. This is followed by a talk from an interesting guest speaker. Doors open at 9.45am and the meeting commences at 10.30am.

For details of recent meetings, see the Meeting Reports links opposite and visit the Archive page for reports from previous years.

GUEST SPEAKERS

We are always interested to find new speakers for our Monthly Meetings. If you have a presentation that you think would be suitable, please email our Programme Secretary via the CONTACT page.

Please note: Due circumstances beyond our control, we have had substitute an alternative speaker/topic for our February meeting, see below:

This page last updated 10 January 2019.

EVENTS

Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Thu Feb 7th The Hoxne Hoard
Tony Diamond
Thu Mar 7th Berlin - walking through history
Gerald Jenkins
Thu Apr 4th Girl Power - a history of art through women artists - Part 2
Tania Harrington
Thu May 2nd Theobolds Hall
Stephen Jeffery-Poulter
Thu Jun 6th Earth on Fire
Adrian Wright
Thu Jul 4th Bats
Lindsey Bilston
Thu Aug 1st Pots and Potting
Pat Southwood
Thu Sep 5th The Journey of a Novel from inception to publication
Carolyn Belcher
Thu Oct 3rd What is a Crumhorn?
Hexachordia
Thu Nov 7th History of Jewellery
Jason Middleton
Thu Dec 5th A Regency Christmas
Frances Hart
Thu Dec 5th A Regency Christmas
Frances Hart
Thu Jan 2nd 2020 Peter Beale's Chelsea and Hampton Court Gardens
Simon White
Thu Feb 6th 2020 Hogarth - the Harlot's Progress
Dr Lisa Wade
Thu Mar 5th 2020 To be announced
Thu Apr 2nd 2020 Artic
Phil Dyer
Thu May 7th 2020 GM Crops - where are we now
Dr Penny Hundleby
Thu May 7th 2020 GM Crops - where are we now
Dr Penny Hundleby
Thu Jun 4th 2020 Hogarth - Marriage 'à la mode'
Dr Lisa Wade
Thu Jul 2nd 2020 Why ring birds?
Ruth Walker

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