Nooks and Crannies of the Industrial Heritage of Warwickshire. Tuesday 9 February, Lord Leycester Hospital, High Street, Warwick, Starting 7.30. The next talk to the Warwick Society will be given by Martin Green. He will explore some of the sites of former industrial activity in Warwickshire. Many may not be well known, making the speaker … More Nooks and Crannies of the Industrial Heritage of Warwickshire. Tuesday 9 February, Lord Leycester Hospital
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 – SECTION 78 APPEAL BY GALLAGHER ESTATES LTD LAND SOUTH OF GALLOWS HILL/WEST OF EUROPA WAY, HEATHCOTE, WARWICK: APPLICATION REF: W/14/0681 The Appeal has been allowed. Chairman of the Warwick Society says ” Misery”. Read the Secretary of State’s decision here
We were delighted to learn that an application by the Friends of the Pump Room Gardens to the Heritage Lottery Fund has been successful. Together with Warwick District Council and Warwickshire County Council, they have been granted £995,656 for a major restoration of the Pump Room Gardens and an enhanced programme of events for the … More Success for the Friends of the Pump Room Gardens!
The Dormer Conference Centre, St Peter’s Church, opposite Pump Room Gardens. Starting 19:30. Admission free, all welcome. Tuesday 12 January 2016 The Real Jeeves Brian Halford Brian Halford, a Warwick cricket writer and broadcaster, will talk of cricket, Jeeves and the Great War: When PG Wodehouse went to see Gloucestershire play Warwickshire in Cheltenham in … More Our first event of the New Year!
Still some places for the Warwick Society Christmas supper on Friday 4 December 2015. Cost £15. Informal Musical Supper Venue: the Court House Ballroom. We shall hear with our aperitif a short performance by musicians from Warwick School. Our volunteer team will have prepared for us a copious buffet meal, and we expect both good … More Christmas Supper
Future Events: Tuesday 10 November St George’s Chapel, Windsor Dr Charles Brown will talk of his part in the maintenance and restoration of what Pevsner calls ‘one of the masterpieces of late mediæval architecture in England’. The chapel was begun by King Edward IV, and it is the ceremonial setting of the Order of the … More Dr Charles Brown talks about the restoration of St George’s Chapel, Windsor
The Warwick Castle camping lodges application was approved by Warwick District planning committee last night 8:3. Disappointing result which speaks volumes about Warwick DC’s commitment to heritage and ability rigorously to scrutinise evidence submitted. A disappointing outcome. We await the decision of the Government Office on whether there will be a call-in for public inquiry. … More Warwick Castle Camping Lodges Approved