Other Societies' Events
Weston-super-Mare Civic Society
The Society has arranged a series of talks, sponsored by the Heritage Action Zone, “to raise awareness of Weston’s unique heritage”.
The talks will take place at Weston Museum.
The café bar will be open from 7pm and the events will begin at 7.30pm.
All are welcome and admission is free.
The schedule of events is as follows:
Wednesday, 18th September
‘The New Agenda for Weston’
Assistant Director of Place Making & Growth, North Somerset Council
Wednesday, 16th October
‘Hans Price – Weston’s Architect’
Architectural Investigator, Historic England
Contributory author of ‘Weston-super-Mare and its Seaside Heritage’
Wednesday, 20th November
‘A Cornucopia of Weston Characters’
Good, bad or just plain bonkers? They’ve all helped create our Weston story
Heritage & Regeneration Champion, North Somerset Council
Wednesday, 15th January
‘Georgian & Victorian Holidays in Weston - drawers and all!’
Author of ‘Weston-super-Mare and its Seaside Heritage’
Wednesday, 19th February
‘Worlebury: the Story of an Iron Age Hillfort’
Senior Investigator & Manager,
Archaeological & Investigation Team (South & West), Historic England
Clevedon & District Archaeological Society
The Society has a full programme of events coming up over the winter.
They are to take place at the St Andrews Church Centre, Church Close, Clevedon BS21 7UE.
Visitors are welcome to attend for an admission price of £3 per person.
2019/20 Winter Programme
Thursday, September 26th, 19.30
Professor Ronald Hutton: ‘Britain's Pagan Heritage’
Thursday, October 31st, 19.30
Kurt Adams (Finds Liaison Officer): ‘Hoards of Gloucestershire & Somerset’
Thursday, November 28th
James Bond (Landscape Archaeologist): ‘Deserted Medieval Villages of Somerset’
Thursday, January 30th
Nick Corcos (Landscape Archaeologist): ‘The Cat and the Cemetery’
Thursday, February 27th
Cat Lodge (Senior Archaeologist, North Somerset Council): ‘Worlebury Camp’
Thursday, March 26th
Annual General Meeting followed by Jane Maw ‘Cornish: Journeys through ancient Greece’