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 All monthly talks are held in the Free Church, St Ives, at 7.30 pm.

Non-members are always welcome and a donation of £3 is requested to help cover costs.

20th September 2019

Dr Pat Doody: The natural history of the River Great Ouse Meadows.

18th October 2019

Annual General Meeting followed by: followed by Bridget Flanagan, talking about The Ansley Family and the Parish Church.

Bridget will explore the links between Gilbert John Ansley, who commissioned the architect William White to design his family home, The How, on Houghton Hill and also the Parish Hall/school rooms on Ramsey Road. The talk title reflects the fact that Ansley was the advowson of the parish, (if that’s the right terminology!).

15th November 2019

Stuart Orme: What they didn't teach you in history at school.

17th January 2020

Dr Mike Osborne: The Civil War in the Fens

21st February 2020

Martin Lines: Hope Farm - a nature friendly farm owned by the RSPB

20th March 2020

The Bloodrunners.  A Service by Emergency Response Volunteers in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire

17th April 2020

Speaker to be advised: Farmland Museum, Denny Abbey.

15th May 2020

Mike Petty: Cambridgeshire History, on your Laptop or from the Record Office & Museums..


NB The next open meeting is shown in BOLD

All meetings shown in RED have been cancelled

In case of last minute changes check the website for details.