National Events & Activities
An Annual Conference/AGM is held early in October, usually in the Midlands. Regional groups host other meetings; both include a variety of speakers, presentations, and discussions.
Some County and Local Groups organise events ranging from formal meetings with speakers through coffee mornings and themed walks.
The County and Local Groups raise funds for restoration, conservation and rescue projects, including obtaining grants from Local Authorities, Parishes, Heritage Funding and other initiatives.
They also raise awareness of the Society and its aims by giving talks to other societies, schools, and special interest groups and by obtaining press coverage; for information on your County Group, email John Haynes.
NATIONAL / REGIONAL EVENTS
All members, guests, and visitors are welcome at all our meetings.
Saturday 23rd March 2019
At Frenchay Village Hall, Beckspool Rd, Frenchay, Bristol BS16 1NU.
Doors open 10am for refreshments and a 10.30 start, meeting ends 3.30.
Topics include the role of the River Severn in transport with Guest Speaker Gareth Davies and Tithe Stones with David Webb, plus The Plymouth – Exeter Turnpike with Tim Jenkins.
Sunday 7th April 2019
At Hebden Village Hall Ibbotson Institute Hebden BS23 5DE
Doors open 10am for refreshments and a 10.30 start, meeting ends 3.30
Our guest speaker will be Edgar Holroyd-Doveton on Turnpike Roads, with David Garside on Bridges plus the usual banter from our customary contributors