Visitors are welcome at the meetings, for which a small donation of £2 is suggested.

There will be an allocation of 15 minutes at the beginning of each meeting for "notes and queries" from members. The objective is to allow members to do the following:
  • Give a brief discourse on an item of research that they feel could be of interest to members but which doesn't merit a full talk. The maximum length of each contribution will be 5 minutes.
  • Allow members to pose queries that would help them with their research and where members may be able to contribute.

Programme

Bath Light Horse Volunteers 1798-1825

Title: Bath Light Horse Volunteers 1798-1825

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: Richard Dellar

Recent Archaeology of Bath Quays

Title: Recent Archaeology of Bath Quays

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: Cai Mason

Fanny Murray the Bath Girl who became England's most famous Courtesan

Title: Fanny Murray the Bath Girl who became England's most famous Courtesan

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: Barbara White

Clifford Ellis.  Bath Academy of Art and his recent bequest to the Victoria Art Gallery

Title: Clifford Ellis. Bath Academy of Art and his recent bequest to the Victoria Art Gallery

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: Jon Benington

History of the Spa Pump and Laundry (now the Archway Project)

Title: History of the Spa Pump and Laundry (now the Archway Project)

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: Mike Chapman

Sculptors in Bath in the long 18th Century

Title: Sculptors in Bath in the long 18th Century

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speaker: David Bridgewater

AGM followed by The Bath Local Studies Centre Development

Title: AGM followed by The Bath Local Studies Centre Development

Venue: St Mary's Bathwick Church Hall

Speakers: Colin Johnston & Anne Buchanan

Bath Archaeological Stores Visit

Title: Bath Archaeological Stores Visit

Venue: Stall Street or Pixash Lane

Speaker: Stephen Clews

Visit to Swainswick including Private Gardens and Houses

Title: Visit to Swainswick including Private Gardens and Houses

Venue: Meet at Swainswick Church

Speaker: David Crellin