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Between September and April, a programme of lectures covering a wide range of topics is held on the third Monday of the month at the Resource Centre co-located with the library, in Parkway, Ludlow SY8 2PG (between Upper Galdeford car park and Corve Street) at 7.00 for 7.30pm. We also have occasional visits and private viewings.

There is a small additional charge for attendance by non-Members. The cost per person for attending each talk is £1 for Friends and £4 for non-Members, payable on the door.

Monday 17th September 2018
The Shropshire Mammoths
Adrian Lister (Natural History Museum, London)

Monday 15th October 2018
The Restoration of the Walled Garden and Glasshouse at Millichope Park
Jack Willgoss

Monday 19th November 2018
Annual General Meeting
followed by
FiSh and Finds
Daniel Lockett/Peter Reavill

No meeting in December 2018

Monday 21st January 2019
Thomas Telford: Colossus of Roads
David de Haan (retired director of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum)

Monday  18th  February 2019
Ludlow's Great Novelist: Stanley Weyman
Jim Lawley

Monday  18th March 2019
The Three Lives of the Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings
Joanna Layton

Monday 15th April 2019
How to read & date an old master (pre:1850) painting (referencing works of Shropshire interest)
James Forster (Head of Pictures, Halls Fine Art Auctioneers)

Members are also invited to attend talks organised by the Ludlow Civic Society. Click here for the current programme.

In addition, Ludlow Town Council are hosting a series of public talks in the Buttercross Museum, on the first Thursday of each month, 6.30 for 7.00 pm. There is an entry charge of £3 per person.

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