Communications in West London’s History: 25 March 2017
Richmond Local History Society co-sponsored the 37th West London Local History Conference, which was held at the University of West London on Saturday 25 March 2017 with the theme Communications in West London History.
The programme included:
- Dorian Gerhold (author of Carriers and Coachmasters): Before and After Turnpiking – waggons, packhorses and stagecoaches
- Keith Whitehouse (Fulham & Hammersmith Historical Society): The Postal Service from the 17th century onwards in Fulham and Hammersmith
- James Wisdom (Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society): A Wealthy Family’s Travels – Lord Fauconberg’s Accounts
- James Marshall (Hounslow Library Service): By-passing Crowded Brentford – the impact of the new Great West Road upon West London
- Oliver Green (London Transport Museum): Something in the Air – the Rise of Aviation in West London
Children in West London’s History: 19 March 2016
Richmond Local History Society co-sponsored the 36th West London Local History Conference, which was held at the University of West London on Saturday 19 March 2016 with the theme Children in West London History. The programme included talks on “Children of the poor of Kingston http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/sleeping-aids/ 1834-82″ and on Hesba Stretton, a children’s author who lived in Ham.
Modern times: the influence of technology on the history of family and place: 26 September 2015
Women in West London’s History: 28 March 2015
Law and Order in West London’s history: 29 March 2014
The Richmond Local History Society co-sponsored the 34th West London Local History Conference, which was held at the Parish Rooms, St Michael & All Angels, inBedford Park, London W4 on Saturday 29 March 2014. See the programme, download a flyer and download a poster.