Events

This Months Lecture

CANCELLED

The Rise and Fall of a Downland Village – by John Dymond
The story of the abandoned village of Snap near Aldbourne.

Monthly Lectures Programme – 2020

30th March 2020 – Last Orders – by John StookeCANCELLED
Some stories and photos of the vanished Swindon pubs. Stories of murder, ladies-of-the-night, underground tunnels and more.
27th April 2020 –  Honouring Two Midshipmen at Gallipoli – by Hugh WilliamsCANCELLED
Alfred Martyn Williams and Hubert Malcolm Wilson both won DSC’s at the young age of 17. With six others they towed in the first wave of Lancashire Fusileers on 25th April 1915.
18th May 2020: The Rise and Fall of a Downland Village – by John Dymond
The story of the abandoned village of Snap near Aldbourne.CANCELLED

Location of Monthly Lectures

United Reform ChurchAll lecture meetings are held in Highworth United Reformed Church, High Street, Highworth, unless otherwise stated. Meetings start at 7.30pm.

Visitors to all events  pay on the door, however, if you wish to reserve tickets in advance for our lectures or events please email us.

Members are admitted free of charge. Visitors £3.00.

email: tickets@highworthhistoricalsociety.org.uk

Other Events

Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie Exhibition

HHS Museum, Highworth Visitor Centre, High Street, Highworth.

An exhibition of ceramics from the famous Coleshill based potter.

The Hard Way with Louise Jordan – Cancelled

Friday 3rd April 2020.

United Reformed Church, High Street, Highworth.

Louise Jordan From a remote hilltop farm in the Derbyshire moorlands to Manchester city magistrate.
The Hard Way is a one-woman show of storytelling with song by acclaimed musician and composer
Louise Jordan.

HHS Open Day

To be advised

A chance to browse through our extensive photograph collection.