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Talks Start At 3.00pm At The Greater Wigston Heritage Centre
Access From 2.30pm
£4 Per Person - Book on 07702 127313
Or Email: [email protected]
February 22
On Sticky Wickets
David Humberston
The story of an outrageous aristocrat (with famous ancestry)
who fought in and survived the Great War and went on to
captain England at cricket!
March 21
The History of the London Underground
Michael Dix
April 25
Boys & Girls of World War 1
Peter Cousins
The story of the underage soldiers in World War 1
and the volunteer nurses
May 23
The History of The Great Central Railway
Malcolm Riddle
June 13
The Men Who Didn't Return
Mary Bryceland
The stories of some of the 10 men commemorated on the WW1 memorial at South Wigston Methodist Church.
        Some were local to the Wigstons, others were 'incomers'
July 25
Notorious Leicestershire Outlaws
Steve Marquis
August 22
Significant Buildings of Wigston
Peter Cousins
September 26
Judith Proctor
Haddon Hall - the Story of Dorothy Vernon & John Manners
with local connection is with Aylestone Hall and Church
October 24
The Englishman and his vineyard
Sue Lobb
November 21
The 1914 Christmas Truce
Peter Cousins
December No Talk