2016 – 2017
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month, Sept – June inclusive,
in the Pyne Room, (unless otherwise stated), Warwick School, CV34 6PP at 7.30pm.
PARKING AT EVENING MEETINGS – CLICK HERE TO SEE MAP SHOWING MORE SPACES
followed by Tim Clark
‘The Parkes, Brookhouse and Crompton Mill at Warwick’.
‘An Art of Great Importance to Commerce’ :
the Midlands Japanned tin and papier mâché industry of
the 18th and 19th centuries.
‘The work of the Association for Industrial Archaeology’
followed by a report on the AIA Conference 2016.
‘The Kempton Great Engines’.
‘A working life at Alvis and beyond’.
‘The Lost Railway: Lapworth to Henley in Arden’.
‘Nelson’s and Kaye’s: two Warwickshire cement companies’.
‘The immense historical significance of the cast iron cooking pot’.
An evening of short presentations co-‐ordinated by the Chairman, Martin Green.
‘Thomas Newcomen and the engine that changed the world’.
The latter part of most meetings is also supplemented by short presentations by members on a variety of topics.
Sales table & refreshments available – visitors most welcome.
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