CAERPHILLY LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY
CAERPHILLY LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Talks 2016-17

Caerphilly Local History Society holds a series of talks each year at the Wesley Methodist Church, Crescent Road, Caerphilly. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month and start at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome so please feel free to come along!

Monday 10th October:

 

The Bridge Of Life
By Brian Davies

 

 

Monday 14th November:

 

The Llandow Air Disaster

By Don Llewellyn

 

 

Monday 12th December:

 

Welsh Women of Word War 1
By Prof Deidre Beddoe

 

 

Monday 9th January 2017:

 

The Riots of August 1911 in the South Wales Valleys
By Dr Stuart Broomfield

 

 

Monday 13th February:

 

The Insoles of Llandaff
By John Prior

 

 

Monday 13th March:

 

Howard Carter, Lord Carnarvon and the Treasures of Tutankhamun
By Williams Cross FSAS

 

 

Monday 10th April:

 

Island Farm POW Camp

By Mike Clubb

 

Followed immeadiately by AGM




Annual Membership Fee £7

We very much hope Members continue to support the Society and that you enjoy the new season of talks which will be announced shortly. Remember, by becoming a Member, you are able to attend all of our talks fee of charge and this year promises to be a very interesting programme indeed!

Thank you to all of our supporters!

Annual Membership is payable at your first meeting and this entitles you to attend all of the talks at no extra charge. If you don't wish to become a member but would like to attend a particular talk, you are more than welcome and a small charge will be made on the day.

News!

NEXT TALK:  Monday 13th March.  7.30pm

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