Burnley Historical Society



                               Lecture Programme 2018 - 2019

 September 13th 2018 Rev David Wiseman
Transported: the story of two Burnley boys
October 11th Dr David Johnson   Old Inns of the Yorkshire Dales  
November 8th  Denise North

"Your's in the dark"

(Joel Lee Clark 12th battalion K.O.Y.L.I.)

December 13th - A.G.M.
2019 - -
January 10th  Harold Hoggarth
There's a famous seaside place called.... A brief history of Britain's most famous seaside resort, where many of us spent childhood holiday and which was "noted for fresh air and fun. 
February 14th  Brian Jeffrey
The 1643 English Civil War Battle at Read Bridge and Whalley.
March 14th
Isobel Stirk
Charles Dickens: His life and works.  The lecture tells of Charles Dickens' life and how his own experience, and circumstances and lives of those he observed and the social conditions of that time influenced his writing.
April 11th   Hylton Craig
The River Irwell from source to sea



All meetings ae held at Saint Johns Parish Hall Ivy Street Burnley(see "directions to venue") and start at 7.15pm