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The Friends of Ludlow Museum              Castle from Whitcliffe


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 18th September 2017
Hatton’s Horses
Robin Thorndyke

Monday 16th October 2017
Champagne & Shambles/Arkwright Family
Catherine Beale

Monday 20th November 2017
Annual General Meeting
followed by
FiSh and Finds
Speaker to be confirmed

No meeting in December 2017

Monday 15th January 2018
William E.Beckwith/
Nineteenth century Birds of Shropshire
John Tucker

Monday  19th  February 2018
Shropshire’s Legacy - the geology collection: how has it evolved and why does it matter?
Michael Rosenbaum

Monday  19th March 2018
Downton -  A successful experiment
Barney Rolfe-Smith

Monday 16th April 2018
Ludlow Castle Heraldic Roll &
 Sir Henry Sidney
Discoveries and Connections
Rosalind Caird

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.

Thursday 01 June 2017
Landscape Archaeology: settlement, the village and its principal buildings
Monty Lowe

Thursday 06 July 2017
Underground Ludlow
Leon Bracelin

Thursday 03 August 2017
Reading the Rocks
Michael Rosenbaum

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