The group aims to provide a diverse programme of talks by experts in their field. In previous years we've had talks by eminent scientists, local and national historians & archivists, as well as our own members.
January 17th Bob Massey Home Brewery Story of the Robinsons and the Daybrook Brewery firm
February 21st David Amos Annesley and its Hall
through the Ages
March 21st Annual Meeting
April 18th Mick Whysall A Very Victorian Murder
May 16th Stephen Flinders History beneath our feet
June 20th Peter Godley Nottingham Caves
September 19th Tim Coltman Story of the Two Crosses
October 17th Richard Gaunt Gladstone in Nottingham
November 21st Andy McKinnon New Ollerton The Development of a Colliery Village
All meetings take place at:
Arnold Methodist Church
54 Front Street, Arnold, Nottingham. NG5 7EL
Andy Mckinnon and Bob Massey speak regularly to groups and meetings around the region: If you have any ideas for future meetings or would like a member of the group to speak at a function please contact us on email@example.com
I am interested in joining your group . Where is the venue . Time etc .
Hi, all the information needed to join the ALHG and its meetings can be found on the drop-down tabs at the top of each page. Please email the secretary for further information. Lynne Gadd (Secretary).
GREAT NEWS! ALHG are resuming face to face meetings again. All are welcome. Please support your local history group. Lynne Gadd (secretary)
06.11 | 11:30
I was born and brought up on Saville Road. Our house plot was believed to have been on the site of Arnot Hill House stables and kennels as my Dad was always digging up bones in the back garden.
Sandra, we contacted Bonington House about the trophy you refer to but unfortunately have been unable to locate it, if you could provide more information, we may be able to look into it further. Lynne
03.11 | 15:32
28.10 | 19:31
Hi Sandra, we will look into this for you and post a reply on this site as soon as we have any information. Lynne
Hello Tim A picture is now on gallery page requested pictures. The exhibition in Arnold library is about Front Street