Chester Society for Landscape History

2018 Lecture Programme
27th November 2017 "The Chester Odeon and other recent city excavations" Leigh Dodd
27th January

"The Osmington White Horse: a regal restoration"

N.B. This lecture will be held at St Columba's Church Hall, Upton at 2pm.

Prof. Stewart Ainsworth
26th February "Grand Designs 1860 - Building a Holiday Home in the Lake District’" Maggie Taylor
 
26th March

"Crossing the Menai"

Bob Daimond
 
30th April "History of the Chemical Industry" Dr Diana Leitch
 
24th September "Cheshire Maps and Map Makers" Jonathan Pepler
 
29th October "The Vikings and the Anglo-Saxon Church" Dr Tom Pickles
 
24th November

"Landscapes and land use in Roman North West England: some thoughts about people, land and livestock"

N.B. This lecture will be held at St Columba's Church Hall, Upton at 2pm.

Dr Sue Stallibrass

Unless otherwise noted all lectures take place in the Lecture Theatre at the Grosvenor Museum, Chester starting at 7:30pm.  Ample free parking is available at the Castle a short walk from the museum.  Non-members welcome (cost £4.00 per lecture). Free refreshments are served following the lecture.
A list of previous lectures can be found here