City of Bath Heraldic Society Programme 2018-2019


   
  Saturday 15th
September 2018
  Conception - The Bath Assembley Heraldic Exhibition 1948
the origin of The City of Bath Heraldic Society
 
 
  Saturday 20th
October 2018
  Captain Cook’s coat of arms revisited and reconsidered David White, Somerset Herald
 
Saturday 18th
November 2018
  The Heraldry of World War I Roland Symons
 
  Saturday 19th
January 2019
  Hidden Gems - another heraldic and genealogical journey Ann Ballard
 
  Saturday 16th
February 2019
  Things we have forgotten and things we thought we knew
An Heraldic Workshop
 
 
  Saturday 16th
March 2019
  Medieval Heraldry
Symbols of Patronage, Family Pride and Social Importance
Adrian Ailes

  Saturday 27th
April 2019
  Home and Away
The Heraldry of the Merchantile Companies Trading Overseas
Michael Furlong
 
  Saturday 18th
May 2019
  END OF SEASON LUNCH AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Lunch will be at 12 noon for 12.30, followed by the AGM at 2:00pm.
Tickets for the lunch will be £5 and must be booked in advance please not later than mid-April.
Please enclose a SAE if applying by post.

Those members who have Grants of Arms, personal or historic, are requested to bring them along for display.
All members are invited to give short talks after the AGM
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  (At some stage it is hoped to include outings into our schedule. If and when they have been arranged, details will appear here and members will be informed directly. In the meantime, members are reminded that The Somerset Heraldry Society arranges occasional visits to places of interest in which you are welcome to participate)
 
 

Map   Unless otherwise stated, all meetings are at Manvers Street Baptist Church Hall and start at 2:30 p.m. The Church Halls are next door to the Bath Police Headquarters and only a few minutes' walk from the Railway and Bus Stations.

Afternoon tea is served following meetings and a charge of £1.50 is made for this.

         
       

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION to the society is £12 and we are always happy to welcome new members.
Visitors are welcome to attend individual meetings on payment of a fee of £3.

         
        PARKING in central Bath can be difficult - and expensive. The nearest long-term parking is in the Underground Car park under the Southgate Shopping Centre, but visitors to Bath, coming by car, are strongly recommended to use one of the four park-and-ride bus services - which all stop near the Bus Station, a few minutes walk from our meeting place.
 
 
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