North Herts Association of National Trust (First Wednesday of the Month)
|Author: North Herts Association of National Trust||Published: 28th September 2017 09:26|
Joining the North Hertfordshire Association will enable you to find out more about the day-to-day work of the National Trust and meet new, interesting people with similar interests in the world of heritage.
As well as enjoying a varied programme of talks, outings and social events, members of the group can enjoy a range of short break holidays, enabling them to explore a wide mix of interesting places in new locations.
North Hertfordshire members support local National Trust places not only by fundraising for them, but by giving their time as volunteers, thus widening the circle of friends they are making through their involvement with the National Trust.
If you are interested in supporting the National Trust and would like to join our group, you would be very welcome. It is no longer necessary to be a National Trust member or volunteer to become a member of the North Herts Association.
Below is the finalised calendar of talks for the North Herts Association of National Trust (NHANT) Winter Programme. We hope it will encourage you to join us. For more information about these, or about the Association, contact our Membership Secretary, Colin Cropley, on 01462 713391 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 Oct: The Swiss Garden by Philippa Pearson
1st Nov: Wimpole Hall by Veronica Bennett
6th Dec: Man on the Spot by Bill Hamilton Christmas meeting, £2 entry to include mince pie and non-alcoholic punch
3rd Jan: The Vanishing Maidservant by Ian Keable
7th Feb: The Work of the Historic Houses Association by HHA Speaker
7th March: Becoming a Famous Author by Martin Lloyd
4th April: Roads Were Not Built FOR Cars by Clifton Hughes
2nd May: 7.30pm AGM followed at 8pm by All the King's Horses and All the King's Men by Keith Baldwin
All meetings are held at Christchurch, Bedford Road, Hitchin, SG5 1HF, starting at 7.30pm. Tea and coffee available. Visitors welcome - £2 entry fee.