The Blackmore Vale Group is re-commencing meetings at The Exchange, Old Market Hill, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1FH on the third Wednesday evening of every month. The extended break has led many people to start researching their family tree and group members are happy to offer advice and share experiences.
There is, also, a fantastic line-up of interesting speakers presenting on a variety of topics.
The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in The Bow Room of The Exchange, Sturminster Newton. The presentations start at 7.30pm.
All are welcome at the meetings. To help defray costs we ask £3 per meeting for members of the S&DFHS and £4 for non-members.
We welcome Graham Hart and Jon Dart from Harts of Stur.
Mike’s father spent 27 years as a soldier, including some time as a POW. He also spent over 20 years as a diplomat in places such as Moscow, East Berlin, Istanbul, Bagdad. Was it “Diplomatic Security” or “Counter Intelligence” ….?
Speaker: Mike Randall
Use the form to send a message, or telephone Felicity Harrison at 01258 472942. Please use the form for any queries or comments about the programme.
While Group members have a good deal of local knowledge, they are not usually in a position to carry out documentary research. If you need research done, please see “How We Can Help.”
|12 February (2)||Mixing DNA results with a paper trail—Penny Walters|
|11 March (1)||Posted in the Past—Helen Baggott|
|8 April (2)||A day in a Georgian house or ‘Nothing like home for real comfort’ – Gordon Le Pard|
|13 May (1)||From blacksmith to online retailer – 100 years in the life of a Sturminster family business— Graham Hart and Jon Dart from Harts of Stur.|
|10 June (2)||Family history on tablets of stone—John Damon|
|8 July (1)||A message to the children—Jim Williams|
|August||Outing—more details later|
|9 September (2)||Mad Earl Henry and other despicable relations – Sue Burne|
|14 October (1)||The second oldest business in Sturminster—Rob Cowley|
|11 November (2)||Where’s that to, then? – Adrian Bailey|
|9 December (1)||My life as an African-American GI’s son—John Stockley|