Unless otherwise stated, our regular meetings are at 7.30pm on the third Wednesday of each month, in the Methodist Church, Buckland Brewer. We are currently running hybrid meetings, so it is possible to join in in person, or online. Members will be sent the Zoom link a few days before each meeting. Some speakers will be presenting live in the room, others will be presenting digitally but can be watched from the Methodist Church.

Normal charges for meetings with speakers are £3 for non-members, with under 18s free. There will also be additional meetings, workshops and outings so please watch carefully for updates. Items in italics are relevant events run by other organisations.

Visitors are welcome. Please contact us using the form on the home page for further details if you wish to attend virtually.

21 December 2022 Informal Zoom chat

18 January 2023 Members’ Contributions

15 February 2023 Parliament and Us: a look at parliamentary representation in North Devon since the 1832 Reform Act – Jim Lowe

15 March 2023 And they sailed away: a Devon family story – Stuart Windsor

19 April 2023 Bideford’s Pencil Factory – a conversation with Dawn Adams and Jane Lowe

17 May 2023 Bideford Bridge Trust – Peter Christie

21 June 2023 Buckland Brewer Young Farmers – Linda Bealey

19 July 2023 The Torridge in the Iron Age and before—Michael Griffiths-Jones

16 August 2023 North Devon and the Newfoundland Cod Trade – John Bradbeer

20 September 2023 TBC

18 October 2023 The Torrington Gloving Industry—Pauline Allen TBC

15 November 2023 10th Anniversary Show Case and Antiques Roadshow with AGM

20 December 2023 Informal Zoom Chat

17 January 2024 Members’ Contributions

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