Lapworth History Group Programme 2020
Meetings are held at Lapworth Village Hall on Tuesday evenings at 7.45 p.m.
Visitors (£3) and new members (£10 adults, £5 students) are always very welcome.
Tea/coffee and biscuits are available from 7.30pm.
Tuesday 15th September 2020
Women’s Suffragette Movement in Warwickshire
Tuesday 27th October 2020
AGM followed by From Paris to Warwick – The Story of Tony Dury
Tuesday 24th November 2020
Of Material Service to Him: Women in the Life of James Watts
The Lapworth Local History Group was founded in 1965 with the aim to foster and encourage learning about history with a focus on local issues, especially in Warwickshire and the Midlands of England’. The President is the local historian, Joy Woodall, author of Portrait of Lapworth. The Group is affiliated to the British Association for Local History, Warwickshire Local History Society and Friends of the Warwickshire County Record Office. Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings in September, October, November, January, March and April at Lapworth Village Hall. The group also organises three or four visits each summer/autumn with coach transport starting from the Village Hall.
Joining the group is easy. Come along to one of our meetings, or contact us online. Annual membership costs £10 for adults and £5 for students. New members and visitors (a small charge of £3 is made) are always welcome to our meetings. Tea/coffee and biscuits are available at most meetings. We meet at Lapworth Village Hall on the Old Warwick Road (B94 6LD) for the Tuesday evening meetings at 7.45 p.m.