Tuesday 8th October. The Restoration of public buildings in Warwick Town Centre. County Councillor John Holland gives a personal perspective on the county council estate in the town, Venue: Lord Leycester Hospital, High Street, Warwick; time 7.30 pm. Admission free, all welcome. Advertisements
SPECIAL MEETING No.2: There is a second meeting as the last one was over subscribed! Tuesday 17th September 2019 Lord Leycester Hospital at 7.30 The proposed redevelopment of the King’s High School site The proposed redevelopment of the King’s High School site is, for Warwick’s historic area, on a bigger scale than any since Market … More Proposed Development of the King’s High School Site
Public Meeting Tuesday 10th September at the Lord Leycester Hospital 7.30 to 9.30 The proposed redevelopment of the King’s High School site is, for Warwick’s historic area, on a bigger scale than any since Market Street and Westgate House (where M&S and Boots shops are) were rebuilt in the 1960s. The proposal would, if approved, … More The King’s High School Site
The next meeting is the Gardens Evening on Friday 14th June. It will start from the Unitarian Chapel on Warwick High Street following the AGM. Further details_ including how to apply for tickets will be available shortly.
‘Chandler’s Leap’: Chris Pitt is a freelance journalist and horseracing historian and is the author of four books on the history or racecourses. He will talk to us about the history of horseracing in Warwick, the subject of his latest book. Copies will be available to buy — in advance of publication the following day! This meeting … More Warwick’s 300-Year Horseracing History Tuesday 21st May Lord Leycester Hospital
Christine Hodgetts will talk about the gardens created by Fulke Greville and his neighbours in the early seventeenth century. Tuesday 12th March at the Lord Leycester Hospital 7.30 Admission free. all Welcome
We look forward to welcoming you to the Lord Leycester Hospital this evening for the Annual Christmas Supper. Entry by ticket only. We are gathering at 7.00pm. The newsletter recently circulated contains errors in the dates of meetings early next year. James Mackay says, ‘I am very sorry that, inexplicably, I confused years, weeks and … More Christmas Supper