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We added a list of past meetings and as many programmes as we could track down.
Oxfordshire Past 2018 will be held on Saturday 19 May at St Peter & St Paul Church, Church Street, Deddington OX15 0SA, from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. This enjoyable annual event in the Oxfordshire calendar is for anyone interested in history, buildings and archaeology. Stalls and exhibits will be open throughout the day. On-street car parking around the church and Market Place, but time restrictions may operate. The S4 bus connects Oxford-Deddington-Banbury.
Attendance at Oxfordshire Past costs £7 and must be booked in advance. This includes tea/coffee but not lunch. The town centre is 5 minutes walk away.
|10.00||Introduction and Welcome||Geoffrey Tyack, OAHS|
|10.05||Recent Archaeological Work in Oxford City||David Radford|
|10.35||Village Life in the late 19th Century from a Hanney Parish Magazine||Andy Robertson|
|10.55||The 37 Men of New and South Hinksey: a community history project||Anne Laurence|
|11.35||Building Recording in Oxfordshire 2017/18||David Clark, OBR|
|12.05||The Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme||Ben Ford, OA|
|12.30||Lunch break and OAHS AGM|
|13.45||Recent Finds from Oxfordshire||Anni Byard, PAS|
|14.15||Early Roof Structures in Chipping Norton||John Marshall, CNOBR|
|15.00||The Appleton Area Archaeological Project progress to date||Trevor Rowley, Leigh Mellor|
|15.25||Current VCH Projects: An Update||Simon Townley, Simon Draper|
|15.55||Closing address||Deddington & District History Society|
|16.00||Close of Oxfordshire Past 2018.|
To book, please pay online below.
This page can be used by both O.A.H.S. members and non-members
OR send a cheque for £7 payable to ‘Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society’ to Jill Hind, 99 Wellington Street, Thame OX9 3BW.
If paying by post, please assume receipt as no acknowledgement will be sent.