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LUDLOW CIVIC SOCIETY PROGRAMME OF LECTURES
2017 / 2018 SEASON
Senior Curator of Books and Manuscripts The Royal Library at Winsor Castle “A fondness for folios and the chimes of George III’s favourite clock in the libraries at Windsor Castle…. stories of a reinvented librarian!”
Author and lecturer with special interest in industrial history “Thomas Telford’s Shropshire Legacy”
Author Lecturer and consultant in historic landscape “Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardener and Illusionist”
To be held in St Laurence’s Church at 7 pm
Author of “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and eighteen more novels, plus screen plays of several films. ”Adventures in Hollywood. The stories behind the novels and the ups and downs of a long writing career”
Church Buildings support officer for Hereford Diocese “Churches of Hereford Diocese: Past, Present and into the Future. How we look after our wonderful legacy of historic churches and try to ensure they have a sustainable future”
Academic advisor, researcher and campaigner “Walled towns are unique inheritances from times long past and should be treasured, maintained and safeguarded” referencing Ludlow Town Walls
Writer, Teacher and Curator specialising in Twentieth Century British art and design. “A dry style in a wet country: Eric Ravilious and his place in art”
Ravilious & Co Exhibition
at Compton Verney
Ludlow Civic Society is organising a coach visit to see this exciting exhibition at Compton Verney on
Wednesday 25th April 2018. If you would like to join us, please follow this link and complete application form.
Annual General Meeting
Lectures and Activities
Please note that all meetings will start at 7.00pm (doors open from 6.30pm) and will be held in The Methodist Chapel, Broad Street, except the Christmas Party and Forum which will be held in St. Lawrence's Church.
Member’s fee per meeting:
Non-member’s fee per meeting: £5.00
Civic Society members and all visitors (provided they join the society at the AGM!) are most welcome to attend.