City of Bath Heraldic Society Programme 2013-2014


   
 
  Saturday 19th
October 2013
  HERALDRY QUIZ
following the success of last season's quiz, Mike Furlong will once again be inviting us to test our heraldic knowledge. An informative and entertaining afternoon is guaranteed.
 
  Saturday 16th
November 2013
  HERALDIC DEVICES ON EDWARDIAN PICTURE POSTCARDS Stephen Tudsbery-Turner
 
  Saturday 7th
December 2013
  CHRISTMAS POT POURRI
Short talks and presentations by members, followed by our traditional Christmas Tea
  N.B. The first Saturday in the month
 
  Saturday 18th
January 2014
  ARCADIAN HERALDRY Michael Messer
 
  Saturday 15th February 2014   THE ERMINE - SYMBOL AND HERALDIC BEAST Mike Furlong
 
  Saturday 15th
March 2014
  THE SCOTTS OF THIRLESTANE Marie-Louise Luxemburg
 
  Saturday 19th
April 2014
  GENEALOGY AND THE HERALDIST Ann Ballard
 
  Saturday 17th
May 2014
  END OF TERM LUNCH AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Lunch will be at 12 noon for 12.30.
The AGM (at 2.00 p.m.) will be followed by a Members' Miscellany.
Tickets for the Lunch will cost 5 and must be booked in advance from the Honorary Treasurer and in any event by no later than 19th APRIL.
Please enclose a SAE if applying by post.
 
 

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.

Visitors are welcome to attend meetings; fee 3.
Afternoon tea is served following meetings and a charge of 1.50 is made for this.

         
        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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