Tenbury Wells Museum & History Group offer an annual programme of fascinating and interesting talks given in the Pump Rooms, Tenbury Wells on the first Thursday of every month (excludes January & February).
All are welcome, admission is included in annual membership but only £3 charge for non-members, so come and join us for refreshments at 7:00 pm talks begin at 7:30pm prompt.

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Programme of Talks 2022

3rd March          'The Great Exhibition of 1851: milestone on a route to joy                                         and damage’, Robert Arley

7th April              ‘Canals’, Terry Carver & Val Hicks

5th May              'Elizabeth, Plantagenet Queen', Anne O’Brien

9th June             ‘Physician, Painter & Porcelain Maker: the life and times of

                              Dr John Wall’, Chris Gait  
                             *Rearranged to avoid Jubilee celebrations*


7th July                ‘The Battle of Powick, 1642', Paul Harding of Discover


4th August          ‘Forging Ahead’ - the Black Country, Simon Brierley

1st September     ‘Off to the Workhouse’, Richard Churchley


6th October        ‘Tenbury People’ –characters and personalities of the                                                  town, Richard Franklin

3rd November     ‘Sir William Marshall 1146–1219: the Greatest Knight? '

                                 Max Keen

December              Christmas Lunch, TBA