We are large friendly group which meets on the last Tuesday of the month, (except July, August and December), in the Guildhall, Gloucester. We have a varied programme of talks on all aspects of history from knowledgeable and expert speakers.
We welcome members who would like to find out more about the fascinating history of Gloucester and surrounding area. Please let us know if you have any ideas for future talks or days out for the programme.
Charges made for meetings are to cover the cost of the speakers and hire of the hall.
Our meetings commence at 10.30 a.m.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Dec 31st||Christmas Break|
|Tue Jan 28th 2020||Three Poets, The Chosen Trio - An Enigma, The Nightwalker and The Distributionist - Tony Condor|
|Tue Feb 25th 2020||Gloucestershire Suffragettes and Know Your Place - Sue Jones www.kypwest.org.uk/gloucestershire|
|Tue Mar 31st 2020||Gloucester People, Gloucester Places - Phil Moss|
|Tue Apr 28th 2020||'The work of the John Moore Museum' by Simon Lawton, the Curator|
|Tue May 26th 2020||'Roman olive oil imports - The supply of olive oil to the Roman Garrison at Gloucester', Dr Graham Barton. Graham is Hon General Secretary to Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. The CAG symposium will be held at Oxstalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire in Longlevens. Saturday 21 March, 2020 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. £15.00|
|Tue Jun 30th 2020||'The history of Gloucester Castle' by Andrew Armstrong, Gloucester City Archaeologist.|