Tuesday 28th March 7.30pm
Sunday 2nd April 1.30pm
Tuesday April 25th
Carnegie Quiz Night 7.30pm
For this event we are asking for a donation as it will not be one of our regular talks.
Wednesday May 10th at 10am
G.E.W. Sizer and Vera Brittain :-
A forgotten Hull writer and his collaborator
Tuesday 23rd at 7.30pm
£2.50 per person, up to 4 people in a team.
Sunday June 4th at 1.30pm
Wednesday June 14th at 10am.
With Brian Frazer
£2.50 per person, up to 4 in a team.
with Barry Cundill & Friends
With Beryl Kelsey
With Colin McNichol
With Judy Bangs
With Malcolm Scott
John Scotney gave a very amusing talk with illutrations of Old Hull accompanied by stories and memories. Contributions from the audience were well received and we all had an enjoyable morning.
What a wonderful talk we enjoyed, reminiscing through the old days and Johnny's experiences as a rugby player. Joined by some of his old mates we had a glimpse of what his life must have been like.
Wonderful evening with Alex Graham, the creator of 'Who do you Think you Are?' showing excerpts from the programmes and explaining how the idea came about.
Jim Shaw gave us a wonderful insight into the old Music Halls of Hull.
A very thought provoking talk which gave an insight into the growth of Hull.
Margaret gave an amusing illustrated talk on the social history of the organisation in Hull.
People attending this Sunday afternoon session were given a film show of the variuos developments of Hull since WW2 which was enjoyed by everyone.
Barry Cundill gave an interesting talk about this man who, although not born in Hull, certainly caused a lot of bother for the local council.
An interesting talk by Ann Godden showing the variuos occupants of this grand house which is often overlooked.
This was a well attended talk by Rob Bell giving us an insight into the reasons for the Irish to come to Hull and the decendants who became part of the Civic side of Hull.
This was a very well attended talk given by Scott Lindgren whose enthusiasum showed throughout the talk.
The talk examined the background to the battle, along with some of the lessons, myths and controversies which have surrounded it.
This talk was given by Chris Mead, a local historian and volunteer with the Library. He gave the history of the area and how things have changed, also introducing us to the present situatiion of volunteers now running the library.
These talks are an opportunity to hear and share memories of Hull and the people of Hull. They are held on the first Sunday of the month at 1.30pm and usually last for an hour or more, with a break for refreshments. Admission is £2.50
These talks are an opportunity to hear and share memories of Hull and the people of Hull. They are held on the first Sunday of the month at 1.30pm and usually last for an hour or more, with a break for refreshments.
Admission is £2.50
Carnegie Heritage Centre Ltd, 342 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 6JA – Registered Office. Registered Charity Number 1131585 Monday 1.30 until 3 pm Family history help desk with the East Yorkshire Family History Society
Tuesday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House - pop in and see us with your queries or research
Friday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House again
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Carnegie Heritage Centre Ltd, 342 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 6JA – Registered Office. Registered Charity Number 1131585
Monday 1.30 until 3 pm Family history help desk with the East Yorkshire Family History Society