Meeting in Long Compton Village Hall
2nd Wednesday in the following months months, September, October, November, December, March, April, May, June at 7.30pm
Objectives: To increase the understanding and knowledge of the history of Long Compton and vicinity
- Diana Cook, 01608 684771
- Christopher Fance, 01608 674207
Programme for 2021-2022
With the end of most COVID-19 restrictions, the Committee has decided that a start to meetings can be made in September.
Accordingly, the first meeting will take place in the Village Hall on 15 September (not a second Wednesday) and follow the traditional pattern of a short AGM followed by a talk.
The full programme for talks in 2021-2022 follows: -
15 September 2021 AGM followed by Long Compton in the Second World War Bill Cook
13 October 2021 The Otmoor riots in a wider context Ciaran Walsh
10 November 2021 Warwickshire in the reign of Richard ll Will Gowers
8 December 2021 Women in the Arts and Crafts Movement Katherine Bradley
9 March 2022 The Poor Law In the 18th Century - the crisis in the Parishes Deborah Hayter
13 April 2022 Warwickshire Photographers James Ranahan
11 May 2022 Pagans and Puritans - May Day morning in Oxford Tim Healey
8 June 2022 George Eliot and Warwickshire History David Paterson
An annual subscription for a member is £12 who also pay £1 for attendance at each meeting. Those who were members when the first lockdown started will be asked to pay £6 as only half of the meetings for that subscription year were held.
Visitors are welcome to attend any meeting at 7.30 in the Village Hall for the fee of £3 each