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Deddington & District History Society — 12th July
Dear all, Another event that might interest you that our society promised to advertise: Deddington & District History Society have a lecture next Wednesday 12th July by DR RICHARD BUCKLEY (Manager of the Richard III project in Leicester and the archaeologist who was heavily involved in the excavations that discovered the body of Richard III). The […]Read more
Dear all, We have one more visit this year and this is your final call for it as it takes place this coming Thursday 6th. This outing to the Kenilworth Elizabethan Gardensstarts with a private tour of the gardens which were resurrected thanks to a remarkable eyewitness account by a man who sneaked in one day while […]Read more
(June Newsletter from Deborah Hayter) Members much enjoyed an excellent outing and tour of the Bod, and we still have two summer outings to go; there are still places available for both. Guided Visit to Historic Warwick 10.30 am Saturday June 10th (led by Graham Sutherland, A Blue Badge Guide.) Meet at the Cape Road Car Park […]Read more
Dear all Tony Baldry was a very splendid quizmaster at our first history quiz on April 20th – should we be embarrassed that the joint winners were the teams from Bloxham and from Deddington? I was very surprised at how few people knew where Browns’ cakeshop had been, and again, many of those present couldn’t […]Read more
Summer Outings 2017
Dear all, The most important item in this message is a reminder about our fun History Quiz which will take place in the Museum Cafe on Thursday April 20th. This is for all members and friends, and we have also invited other local history societies to send teams to join us. Sir Tony Baldry has kindly agreed to come […]Read more
We had a large turnout for our last lecture of the season, with Norman Hudson giving us a terrific tour of the vicissitudes of the country house, beginning and ending with slides of himself on various of the sofas at Broughton Castle. We are now into the period of ‘summer’ outings and have to […]Read more