Our meetings are held in
New Mills Town Hall (SK22 4AT), on Friday evenings (usually), starting at 7:45pm.
The hall is open from 7.00 pm. Visitors are welcome (£1.50). Free tea/coffee /biscuits after the talk.
N.B. The meeting on September 16 is the Festival Lecture, is on a Monday and starts at 7:30pm.
|Sep. 13||Dr Pete Webb||History of the Ecton Copper Mine: Bronze Age to 1889|
|Sep. 16||Dr Stephen Dearden||New Mills Festival Lecture
The Origin and Evolution of the Brass Band with a reference to New Mills Old Prize Band
|Oct. 11||Andy Bentham||Scribbles, scorch marks and scribed symbols|
|Nov. 8||Frank Pleszak||The Bombing of New Mills and Hayfield, 3 July 1942|
|Dec. 13||Roy Perry||Rudyard Lake Past and Present|
Guided Walks in co-operation with New Mills Walkers are Welcome
More information about individual walks to be found at the NMWAW website and via posters in New Mills Heritage and Information Centre closer to their start dates.
|Jul. 25||Churches Walk|
|Aug. 22||Lost Mills of Rowarth|
|Sep. 19||Festival Walk (TBA)|
|Jan. 10||Dr Diana Leitch||TBA|
|Feb. 14||David George||The Development of Airfields around Manchester, 1910-1960|
|Mar. 13||Dr Lydija McKnight||Studying Egyptian Mummies in Manchester: a decade of Egyptological investigation|
|Apr. 3||David Skillen||Britain’s Bloodiest Day – the Battle of Towton 1461 (War of the Roses)|