Meetings

 

All Meetings take place on the First Wednesday of Every Month at 7.00pm for 7.30pm at the Quaker Friends Meeting House, White Rose Avenue, New Earswick, YORK YO32 4AD. 

The meeting house is 2 miles north of York, direction of Haxby.
Located at far end of New Earswick Folk Hall car park.
Meeting house visible from entry.


Buses: First Bus No. 1 from York to New Earswick 

The venue has full wheelchair access, hearing loop, 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
1st MayFaith and the City of York - the influence of the Church on YorkNeil Moran
June 5thThe Current Work of York Civic TrustAndrew Morrison
July 3rdJane Ewbank & the Landscape of York in late Georgian & Regency TimesMatthew Jenkins
August 7thYork in 101 Objects, person and places.Paul Chrystal
September 4thWomen & Railway Travel in Victorian TimesSue Major
October 2ndEnhancing your Family History Research through the ArchivesLaura Yeoman
November 6thMore Dark Tales of York for a Winter's Evening (with roast chestnuts)Tee Bylo
December 4thThe People of Grove Terrace in Victorian TimesRos Batchelor

 

Please note there is a small admission charge of £2.00 for members and £4.00 non-members at our meetings.

Members of the Society may be asked to produce Membership Cards before entry into the Meeting.