Meetings

Thursday, 21st February, 2019

Speaker: Keith Small.

Subject: The Truths and Myths of the Dambusters.

Thursday, 21st March, 2019

Speaker: Laura Binns of Trent and Peak Archaeology

Subject: The Archaeology of the Tram.

Showing the archaeological finds at Lenton, Beeston and Clifton during the construction of the NET2 line.

Thursday, 18th April, 2019

Annual General Meeting, followed by archive material display and slide show presentation of Gotham.

Thursday, 16th May, 2019

Speaker: Christine Davies.

Subject: Childhood Games.

Looking at games children play and short history of popular games.

Thursday, 20th June, 2019

To be arranged.

Thursday, 18th July, 2019

Speaker: Bob Massey.

Subject: Gone but not forgotten.

Some of the lost buildings of Nottinghamshire.

August break.

 

Thursday, 19th September, 2019

To be arranged.

Thursday,  17th October, 2019

Speaker: Bob Neil.

Bits and Pieces.

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Dear Committee, I am from Nottingham city Museums & Galleries. Some years ago a small group of items found by a detectorist were brought to my office for the Portable Antiquities Officer to record. As the donor did not want them returned they were left in our safe, until the Registrar’s Department commenced an audit ahead of a move from our offices to the offsite store. We are now trying to tie up the loose ends and I wondered if the small group of items might be something you would like to keep in the village. The items were found… Read more »

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Hello Ann, my name is Graham Essex – trying to look after things IT for the Gotham history pages. My e-mail is grahamessex@virginmedia.com Thanks for the information on items your holding from Paradise Farm. A photograph would be helpful, please.
While the Society’s storage is mostly of documents and related papers I don’t see why provision can be made for small items, stored within an appropriate sectioned container/box. I can investigate possibilities, meanwhile.
Regards,
Graham