All Meetings take place on the First Wednesday of Every Month at 7.00pm for 7.30pm at the New Earswick Bowls Club, Huntington Road, York, YO32 9PX. The venue has full wheelchair access, free car parking and refreshments are available.
NOTE There is not usually a meeting in January.
As well as a Speaker at each Meeting, see below, there is a Book and CD Stall where it is possible to purchase books, CD’s, pamphlets and maps from a large selection of Family History Publications.
Advice and information is always available at the Help Desk from experienced Members of the Society.
|Date of Meeting||Title||Speaker|
|February 1st||The Art & Craft of Restoration||Charles Anelay|
|March 1st||AGM followed by York Cemetery ~ an oasis in the City||Clive Dawson|
|April 5th||Clues above the Eyeline ~ an illustrated walk, looking upwards||Karen Adams|
|May 3rd||How LDS (Latter Day Saints) can help you with your family history||Jeff Walsh|
|June 7th||No Place Like Home ~ the story of charitable & other homes for children in need of care||Peter Higginbotham|
|July 5th||The Woman who didn’t Exist ~ a bit of a mystery||Clive and Kath Richardson|
|August 2nd||Writing your family history ~ moving on from record sheets & charts||Jackie Depelle|
|September 6th||Conscientious Objection in York in WW1||Ros Batchelor|
|October 4th||The strange story of my lost family. Tracing my mother’s parents ~ unexpected places, new horizons and much, much more than we bargained for||Carol Runciman|
|November 1st||Clerical Chronicles part 1 ~ what happened to some of the Vicars of St Edward the Confessor, Dringhouses||Dorothy Reed|
|December 6th||A Christmas Carol. Performed by a member of The Charles Dickens (Malton) Society, based on an edited version of this well-known and probably most loved book.||Brian Oxberry|
Please note: There is a £2.00 admission fee for non-members, refunded if joining on the night. Members of the Society may be asked to produce Membership Cards before entry into the Meeting.