Friends (Quakers) Meeting House, 3 Ward Street, (Opposite the Public Library on North Street), Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4LHFor map click here
Co-ordinator Iris HawkinsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
First Wednesday of the month (unless shown in red)
Doors open at 7.30pm. Meeting starts at 8pm. (unless it is an afternoon meeting, when the time is shown below)
|Wed||6||Sep||7.30 for 8||Exploring The Guildford Institute's Archives||Philip Wilkinson|
|Wed||4||Oct||8.00 pm||The History and Fascination of Place Names||Tony Painter|
|Wed||1||Nov||2.30 pm||State Education||Les Mitchinson|
|Wed||6||Dec||8.00 pm||In the Pantry||Ian Waller|
September 6 2017Philip Wilkinson - Exploring The Guildford Institute's Archives
Founded 125 years ago the Institute has a wealth of local history information. The scrapbooks are fascinating - full of local events and families in the Guildford Area. Philip will outline areas which might be useful to family historians.
October 4Tony Painter - The History and Fascination of Place Names
How place names originated. Tony will include some local ones - if you are interested in a specific one let Iris know by 19 Sept.
November 1Les Mitchinson - State Education
The different types of schools, their records and where to find them.
December 6Ian Waller - In the Pantry
A history and origins of food and appliances. How everyday products came into being - some by accident or grown from a cottage industry.