Clements Hall
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Clements Hall Local History Group

Exploring the Scarcroft, Clementhorpe and South Bank areas of York

Clements Hall Local History Group

Exploring the Scarcroft, Clementhorpe and South Bank areas of York

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Local History Talks 2019

Friday 18 January 7.30pm
Bishy Road – 150 years of our local shopping street. Susan Major (CHLHG)

Friday 29 March 7.30pm
'A very very very fine house': researching family and house history in Wentworth Road. Louise Wheatley (Fishergate, Fulford & Heslington Local History Group)

Friday 10 May 7.30pm
The Demon Drink: a history of pubs in South Bank. Rob Stay (CHLHG)

Friday 19 July 7.00pm - booking essential.
Clementhorpe, South Bank and Scarcroft in WW1: a guided walk. (CHLHG)

Friday 20 September 7.30pm
Cultivating in the City: the growth of York’s allotment gardens. Ross Wilson (University of Nottingham)

Friday 29 November 7.30pm
The Wood family of the River Ouse. John Shaw (Yorkshire Architectural and York Archaeological Society)

You can become a member of the History Group for a small sum of £5 for the year, which gives you reduced entry (£1) to talks. Non members are also very welcome, at a cost of £3 on the door.

All meetings take place at Clements Hall in Nunthorpe Road, York, starting at 7.30pm (the summer historical walk usually starts from the Hall).

There are a small number of free parking spaces near Clements Hall. It is also easily accessible from the station (10 minutes on foot) and by buses stopping in Blossom Street (walk along Moss Street opposite the Reel Cinema).

Contact us via Clements Hall on 01904 466086 or email enquiries@clementshall.org.uk


 

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Cultivating in the City: the growth of York’s allotment gardens
The allotment gardens of York are an important historical resource alongside the other sites in this ancient city, as they detail the changes in politics, society and economics in the 20th century. Read more