A regular programme of meetings takes place on the last Thursday of most months. This is your opportunity to hear an interesting talk with the added incentive of a cup of coffee and a slice of delicious home-made cake. The talks are open to all (you don’t need to be a member) and cost just £3 per person. Unless otherwise stated, meetings are  held at St Joseph’s Hall in Cromer Road. Coffee is served from 10.15, with the talk beginning at about 10.30 and lasting about 45 to 60 minutes.


( There is no meeting in December because it coincides with the Christmas and New Year break)

27th February – Get your telescopes ready, James Rowley-Hill will tell you what to look out for in The Night Sky (clouds permitting)

26th March – Open wide, Barry Lawrence, retired dentist, will give a light-hearted description of his life’s work

30th April – Brian Hedge will give Part One of his History of Sheringham

28th May – Kate Barns tells us about the Blickling Belles, the aristocratic daughters of Blickling Hall during the Georgian era

25th June – Christine Humphries will talk about Laura Eke and the Fisherman who painted in wool; who are they? An intriguing tale unfolds

30th July – Rob Spray presents Part Two of his lavishly illustrated talk Diving in Scotland

(There is no meeting in August because the Society’s annual Art Exhibition is on at this time)

24th September – Alistair Murphy of Cromer Museum describes Sheringham photographer Olive Edis’s Journey to Europe as Britain’s first Female War Photographer in March 1919

29th October – David Berwick unveils the glorious variety of medieval art to be found on Norwich Cathedral Roof Bosses

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