Previous Talks

The Stories behind the Wartime plane crashes on Hull

By Dennis Chapman

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

The History of Reckitt Benckiser

With Steve Scott and Rosina Baxter

Carnegie Talks are back.

2024 will see the start of monthly talks on Wednesday mornings starting at 10.30am on the last Wednesday of the month, apart from August & December. Admission £3.00, pay by cash or card.

Wednesday January 31st

The history of the Carnegie Heritage Centre

and what it has to offer now.

presented by Liz Shepherd and volunteers

Wednesday February 28th

The History of Netherhall, Sutton

presented by Mike Rymer

Wednesday March 27th

Hull Trams 1875 -1945

Presented by Malcolm Wells

Wednesday April 24th

Juxtaposition of Art in Hull

presented by Malcolm Sharman

Wednesday May 29th

Lost Hull Railway Stations

presented by Mick Nicholson

Wednesday June 26th

The Sam Allon photographic collection

presented by Rob Haywood

Wednesday July 31st

The Avenues Centre

Past, present and future of an industrial school for girls

presented by Hilary Byers

August there will be no talk

Wednesday September 25th

Talk to be arranged so keep the date in your diary

Wednesday October 30th

Hull Victoria Pier:

Some aspects of its social history

presented by Mark Richmond

Wednesday November 27th

Talk to be arranged so keep the date in your diary

December there will be no talk


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