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The Battle of Nibley Green: Adam Dolling

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

Adam Dolling is the expert on the battle and regularly conducts guided walks on behalf of the Battlefields Trust. Adam is coming to Tewkesbury on Tuesday 3rd December to give a talk about the battle as part of Tewkesbury Museum’s autumn programme. The talk will be in Trinity Church Hall, Oldbury Road, and will start…

£3

Tewkesbury’s Public Clocks

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury’s Public Clocks; David Bagley will talk about the Abbey, Town Hall and Smart clocks, and others. Admission £3, tea and cake included.

£3

The history of Military Medals

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

The history and present management of Military Medals. Clive Montellier, from the Medals Centre at Innsworth, will talk about their history and significance. Admission £3, tea and cake included.

£3

Tewkesbury’s Jail and its Inhabitants

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

How we treated miscreants in the nineteenth century A talk by Steve Goodchild Tuesday 15th March at 7:00p.m. Charge £3.00 - includes tea and cake  

£3

Tewkesbury’s (former, smelly) Tanyards

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

The rise, glory and fall of one of Tewkesbury’s leading industries, featured in John Halifax, Gentleman. An illustrated talk by John Dixon. Tuesday 19th April at 7:00p.m. Charge £3.00 - includes tea and cake

£3

Stitch Story & the Museum 60th Anniversary

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

A chance to contribute to the Tewkesbury embroidery, and a small celebration of the ups and down of the museum since opening in May 1962. Speaker, Jo Teague Tuesday 3rd May at 7:00p.m. Charge £3.00 - includes tea and cake

£3

Ripping Yarns & Wizard Wheezes

Trinity Hall 10 Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury

The Golden Age of the Children’s Comic. The Beano, Dandy, Bunty – all the greats, with copies to read. Speaker, John Reid Tuesday 17th May at 7:00p.m. Charge £3.00 - includes tea and cake

£3
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