This combined programme is provided by Rutland Local History and Record Society and the Friends of Rutland County Museum and Oakam Castle, each organisation arranging lectures which reflect the diversity of its membership.
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2023 Programme
Thursday, 12th January - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Oakham Castle George Glover (1812-90): Unknown Architect Active in Stamford John Daffern Thursday 9th February - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Discovering the History of your House – Debbie Frearson & Carole Bancroft Turner This lecture gives a wide range of interesting local case studies to illustrate the various resources available nationally and locally to discover the history of your house, land or commercial premises. The speakers will guide you through the challenges and joys of research, from cattle breeding to breweries, original arts and crafts architecture to pastiche fakes. Thursday 9th March - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Friends of Rutland County Museum and Oakham Castle AGM Thomas Cook: Life and Times Paul Smith Thursday 13th April - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum The Oakham Canal: History and Future Paul Dadford Thursday 11th May - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Rutland Local History and Record Society AGM Felons and their Possessions in Late-Medieval and Tudor Rutland Dr Chris Briggs (Selwyn College, Cambridge) Thursday 8th June - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum The Rutland 'Sea Dragon' Marc Evans Thursday 13th July - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Heritage Open Evening An opportunity to discover the diverse range of heritage activities and groups in Rutland. Saturday 16th September - RLH&RS RLHRS Village Visit: South Luffenham Advance bookings only. Thursday 12th October - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Worhouse Scandals (1834-1900): Reality or Myth? Dr Carol Beardmore (Open University) Thursday 9th November - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Normanton Church and its History Lawrence Fenelon
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Copyright © Rutland Local History and Record Society Registered Charity No 700273
2023 Programme
Thursday, 12th January - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Oakham Castle George Glover (1812-90): Unknown Architect Active in Stamford John Daffern Thursday 9th February - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Discovering the History of your House – Debbie Frearson & Carole Bancroft Turner This lecture gives a wide range of interesting local case studies to illustrate the various resources available nationally and locally to discover the history of your house, land or commercial premises. The speakers will guide you through the challenges and joys of research, from cattle breeding to breweries, original arts and crafts architecture to pastiche fakes. Thursday 9th March - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Friends of Rutland County Museum and Oakham Castle AGM Thomas Cook: Life and Times Paul Smith Thursday 13th April - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum The Oakham Canal: History and Future Paul Dadford Thursday 11th May - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Rutland Local History and Record Society AGM Felons and their Possessions in Late-Medieval and Tudor Rutland Dr Chris Briggs (Selwyn College, Cambridge) Thursday 8th June - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum The Rutland 'Sea Dragon' Marc Evans Thursday 13th July - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Heritage Open Evening An opportunity to discover the diverse range of heritage activities and groups in Rutland. Saturday 16th September - RLH&RS RLHRS Village Visit: South Luffenham Advance bookings only. Thursday 12th October - RLH&RS 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Worhouse Scandals (1834-1900): Reality or Myth? Dr Carol Beardmore (Open University) Thursday 9th November - FRCM&C 7.30 pm Rutland County Museum Normanton Church and its History Lawrence Fenelon
This combined programme is provided by Rutland Local History and Record Society and the Friends of Rutland County Museum and Oakam Castle, each organisation arranging lectures which reflect the diversity of its membership.