|Jan. 12||Keith Blood||The Bamford Dams|
|Feb. 9||Dr Mike Nevell||The Silk Industry of Macclesfield|
|Mar. 9||Roger Bryant||From Fields to Shops: the Development of Market Street, New Mills|
|Apr. 13||Norman Redhead||Roman Manchester|
|May 11 *||
Dr John Crummett
|AGM followed by
The Bicentenary of the rebuilding of St Matthews Church, Hayfield, 1817-19
|Sep. 14||Professor Geoff Timmins||Investigating Local Housing: Physical Evidence in Context|
|Sep. 17 **||Nici Matlow||40 Years of Swizzels-Matlow|
|Oct. 12||Edwina Currie||The Social and Economic Implications of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway|
|Nov. 9||Anne Beswick||The Women who made Manchester|
|Dec. 14||Dr Diana Leitch||The Towers Estate: its role in the making of Manchester and the scientific discoveries made there|
Our meetings are held in New Mills Town Hall (SK22 4AT), on Friday evenings (usually), starting at 7:45pm. The hall is open from 7.00 pm. Visitors are welcome (£1.50). Free tea/coffee /biscuits after the talk.
** Note that the meeting on September 17 is the New Mills Festival Lecture, is on a Monday and starts at 7.30pm. Followed by free cheese and wine provded by New Mills Town Council. Admission is free.