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Using DNA archeologically
Dear all, Don’t forget that you have to get into the Museum via the towpath and the cafe at the moment – it will be signposted. Interesting lecture coming up on Thursday! …. With a rather dry title but don’t be put off as our speaker has been highly recommended and his subject is part […]Read more
At St. Mary’s church 6.30 for 7.30 start.
Dear all, A reminder that our opening lecture of the season will take place in St. Mary’s Church and will be preceded by our usual glass of wine from 6.30 pm. This will have been advertised to members of St. Mary’s congregation so we hope to have a good turnout and perhaps to recruit some […]Read more
2018, September 13, Meeting in St. Mary’s Church
Dear all, On September 13th the Banbury Historical Society begins another year of historical activities and we will be meeting in St. Mary’s Church, and we will begin the season as usual by offering members a glass of wine from 6.30 pm. This provides an opportunity for chat and also for a wander round the […]Read more
AMG on 4th July 2018 at Linden House, South Barr
Photos taken at the 2018 AGM of Banbury Historical Society at Linden House, South Bar (by kind permission of Spratt Endicott, Solicitors). This occasion also celebrated the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Society in 1958. The photo shows our president (Lord Saye and Sele, centre) and two founder members of the society, Jeremy […]Read more
And end-of-season notices
Dear all, This is a rather late reminder that we have another summer outing coming up this week. Our last two activities of this 2017-2018 season have a very definitely Banbury flavour. June 21st Geological tour of Banbury’s Old Buildings meet at 7 pm. led by Norman Dutton and Brian Little This tour will take you […]Read more
Trips, GDPR, AGM, Etc.
Dear all Sadly I have to announce that the trip to Chipping Campden has been cancelled because of low numbers. The Museum needed a minimum number to lay on a tour. Some of our recent trips have not attracted many takers so we are having a bit of rethink for next year. If you have any […]Read more