05th December 2019
Shadows in the Bricks: the old shops of South Bank in York
For our next talk on Friday 31 January Susan Major will be talking about her latest book.
Ever wondered about features of our neighbourhood, such as why some groups of houses are different to their neighbours, and why certain street corners have a different shape? Have you noticed that many of the streets have historical names? Did you know that some well-known music acts played their early gigs here, and the tradition continues? And who was Count de Burgh? These are traces of our history, leaving an indelible mark on South Bank.
The talk starts at 7.30 pm at Clements Hall.
All welcome. You can become a member of the History Group for a small sum of £5 for 2020, which gives you reduced entry (£1) to talks. Non-members are also welcome, at a cost of £3 on the door.
There are a small number of free parking spaces near Clements Hall. It is also easily accessible by buses stopping in Blossom Street (walk along Moss Street opposite the Everyman Cinema).
If you have any queries please contact us via Clements Hall on 01904 466086 or email email@example.com