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Talks at the Carnegie Heritage Centre - from November 2017 - entrance to all is £2.50

Tuesday December 12th  7.30pm

Captain William Colbeck

Antartic Expert

with Helen Bergin

£2.50

Wednesday December 13th   10.00pm

 Liz will be showing films and photographs of old Hull from the 1900's onwards.

 

£2.50

Sunday 7th January  2018   1.30pm

Born & Bred in Hull- 50 Famous Faces

With Tony Nolan

£2.50

Wednesday 10th January  10am

Statues and their relevance to Hulls History

with Malcolm Scott

£2.50

Tuesday 23rd January  7.30pm

2  Plays by Hull History Troop -

'The Box' and 'Boolin' Prams'

£2.50

Sunday February 4th   1.30pm

Films and Photographs of Old Hull

with Liz & Andy

£2.50

Wednesday February 14th  10am

The History of Humber Ferries-

Hessle to Barton Ferry 

With Michael Fee

£2.50

Tuesday 27th February  7.30pm

Painting History - Thomas J. Sommerscales and WW1

with Mark Richmond

£2.50

Sunday March 4th  1.30pm

Lost Churches

with Mike Covell

£2.50

Wednesday 14th March  10am

Hull Corporation Buses

With Malcolm Wells

£2.50

Tuesday 27th March  at 7.30pm

Earles Cement Factory 

with Rob Bell

£2.50

Previous talks...

Hull Rugby League Heroines with Victoria Dawson

Victoria told us about the Hull Rigby league playwer who became the first female rugby league coach. Another 1st for Hull! 

Hull Telephones + Cream Kiosks with Chris Mead

An interesting talk about our unique telephone system and why we have cream telephone boxes.

Winifred Holtby and her Yorkshire roots.

With Robin Dermond Horspool

Powlony- the life and death of a Hull Resturant

With Robin Dermond Horspool

Local Villains & Heroes

With Carol Osgerby

Woman & Probate with Mike Rymer

What people may have as being a rather dry subject was very interesting in looking at the cahnges to how woman were veiwed in the 1800 & 1900's.

Woman at War with Simon Davies

An interesting talk about the valuable contribution woman made in both Word Wars

A Virtual Tour of the Boulevard

Beryl Kelsey gave a very interesting account of life in the Boulevard accompanied by many old and present day photographs. 

The History of Hull Folk Music

Barry Cundill gave us his history of the maritime folk scene in Hull and was joined by friends renditions of sea shanties and others, some familiar, some not. an enjoyable afternoon. 

Remember Hull's Trolley Buses

Malcolm Wells gave an informative illustrated talk showing many of the Trolley buses we ll remember travelling on plus quite a few before our time!

G.E.W. Sizer and Vera Brittain:- a forgotten Hull writer and his collaborator.

With Alan Deighton

Hulls Incredible untold story of WW2

with Dennis Chapman

Charity Hall - Workhouse

With John Lawson

Hull Architects and their buildings

With David Neave

The History of Victoria Dock

With Colin McNichol

Symbolism in Gravestone Art

With Judy Bangs

King Charles & Beverley Gate

With Malcolm Scott

Sunday Afternoon Reminiscence talks

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

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