Listen again to our talks
You missed a real treat if you didn’t hear our late President, Dr David Blomfield, speak about the history of the Star and Garter Home, but you can listen to his April 2016 talk on our Soundcloud page. This also has Murray Hedgcock’s talk on the history of local cricket and Q2 Players’ dramatised reading of extracts from Simon Fowler’s book Richmond At War 1939–1945.
The Richmond Local History Society organises eight talks a year, held monthly from January to May and from October to December. The talks are free to members. Non-members are welcome and are invited to make a £4 donation at the door.
In the past http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/allergy/ year we have had talks on the Royal Star and Garter Home, Bamber Gascoigne’s plans to restore West Horsley Place in Surrey and the Men of the Alberts in the First World War.
Coming up we have talks on:
- The Museum of Richmond’s exhibition on the history of Old Palace Lane
- Poverty in Richmond
- Played in Richmond – sport and recreation since 1666
- Jane Baxter’s 30 years in Local Studies
Our talks are usually on Mondays at the Duke Street Church, Duke Street, Richmond TW9 1DH, starting at 8pm. We open the doors at 7:30; tea and coffee are usually available and there is an opportunity to browse or purchase a selection of our books (and our annual journal, Richmond History) on the history of Richmond, Kew, Petersham and Ham.