Previous Talks we have had.

Sunday 3rd November 2019

Spanish Flu in Hull 1918/1919

with Pete Lowden


Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Cod Wars and the Cold War

with

Lia Nici and the Carnegie Volunteers

Hull in the 60's

with David Ostler


"Big Bomb" Attacks on west Hull suburbs.

with Dennis Chapman


The T.S. Southampton

with Pete Lowden


Hull Music Hall in the 1900's with Jim Shaw

One Hull of a Show - The White City Story 1920 - 1938

with Alan Beadle

The Stathers of Spring Bank

with Pete Lowden


Hull Vikings speedway memories

With Alan Beadle




The History of Reckitt Benckiser

With Steve Scott and Rosina Baxter




The Rise and Fall of Hull General Cemetery

Pete Lowden





From December 2019 we will not be holding any more Sunday afternoon talks or Tuesday evening talks.

This is due to the poor turnouts we have been having (apart from Pete Lowdens talk on Spanish Flu!)

The Wednesday morning talks will continue on the second Wednesday of the month, topics are below.


 



Wednesday January 8th at 10am.


Stories behind the wartime plane crashes in Hull.


with Dennis Chapman


 



Wednesday 12th February 10am


Wives, Widows, Workers and Witches.


with Carol Osgerby


 



Wednesday 11th March 10am


Transport:- Railways and Stations

with Malcolm Scott



Entrance £2.50


 



Wednesday 8th April 10am

Avenues Centre- Past and Future of an Industrial School for Girls.

With Hilary Byers


 



Wednesday 13th May 10am


Chapels, Charities & Choirs-

the social impact of Methodism in Hull.

with John Scotney


 


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