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June 23rd - Mary Thorley's talk

via Zoom: 'The Rebecca Riots'

 

Looking towards more 'normal' times - the provisional  programme of lectures

for 2021 is available on the Talks page (see the menu on the left). There is

also a provisional Visits programme for 2021 on the Visits page. You do need

to be a member to join the Zoom lectures.

 

The revised edition of Discovering Abergavenny: Archaeology and History by Frank Olding is available now. See Books & Leaflets for how to get your copy.

 

Did you know that we have a Facebook page? Do take a look! ALHS Facebook

 

Walks

During the longer daylight days, we organise walks around interesting areas of Abergavenny for members and for the public.
How to book?
Booking is not usually necessary but details are given on the walks page of this website, in the press and on posters. We also arrange guided tours for groups.

Visits

From May or June onwards, we visit places of historical interest.

 

How to book? A list is sent out to members by email (or post) in the January.

 

Book as soon as you can as places are now being allocated on a 'first come' basis, although there are sometimes cancellations later. You need to be a member to book.

 

Waiting to go into Kelmscott House 2019

We usually meet here    

 

The Borough Theatre

Market Hall, Cross Street Abergavenny NP7 5HD

If you are visiting the area you are welcome to attend any lecture. If you come more than once, please take out membership.

Membership desk, Floodlighting Sponsorship and Publications are available from shortly after 7.00pm.


Also available before the talk: information about the society, future events and other people's events.


Due to Covid-19 lectures in the Theatre (and visits) are temporarily suspended but we hope to restart in 2021. We are informed that the Borough Theatre will be re-opened later this year.

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