Talks Programme 2020-2021

All Talks are subject to government guidelines regarding Covid-19.  Please check here for the latest situation nearer to the date of the talk.

CCHS meetings are held in Chipping Campden Town Hall and FHG meetings are held in The Court Room, Old Police Station.
All meetings start at 7.30pm.

 Thursday 17th September 2020

The Human Costs of the Civil War in Gloucestershire:  War Victims and their Stories

Prof. Andrew Hopper, Professor of English Local History, University of Leicester

 Thursday 15th October 2020

Churches of the North Cotswolds

Tim Bridges, Church Buildings Advisor, Diocese of Hereford.

 Tuesday 27th October 2020

Dissenters in the North Cotswolds

Judith Ellis

 Thursday 19th November 2020

The Green Man Trail

Tim Healey, author and musician

 Tuesday 24th November 2020

Sights, Sounds and Smells of Campden

Di Smith

 Thursday 3rd December 2020

Scenes of Crime Executions in Gloucestershire

Prof. Steve Poole, Professor of History and Heritage, University of West England

 Thursday 21st January 2021

The History and Mystery of Campden Town Hall

Judith Ellis, CCHS

 Tuesday 26th January 2021

‘This means something to me’

Bring something to the meeting and briefly explain its history

 Thursday 18th February 2021

On the way: Roads and Tracks through Chipping Campden, 1350-1850

David Ella, local historian

 Tuesday 23rd February 2021

Gabbs – a family of bakers

David Gabb

 Thursday 18th March 2021

What did the Vikings do for us?

Derek Taylor, historian and former international TV reporter

Tuesday 23rd March 2021

Children of Scandal: the illegitimate children of the Duchess of Devonshire

Emma de Fries

 Thursday 15th April 2021

CCHS Annual General Meeting  followed by:

The Rollright Stones, their Archaeology, History and Folklore

George Lambrick, Chairman, The Rollright Trust

 Tuesday 27th April 2021

The Story of Calf Lane – or Calves Lane?

Rob Grove

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