Warwickshire Library Events

I have received this notice of events being run by Warwickshire Libraries that may be of interest to members

The first 2 events have been arranged in partnership with the British Library. 
To join the first event please just click on living-knowledge-network.co.uk/at 7.30 on Monday 8 February and watch the event live streamed.


The others can be booked via eventbrite, via the link below. 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/warwickshire-library-amp-information-service-2002990469

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Housekeeping

I have done a bit of housekeeping to remove old blog posts but, more importantly, to change to way our events calendar is managed.

The software that I was using to display our events has been getting more and more expensive to licence each year so I reluctantly took the decision to replace it

So you will notice that the way our programme is displayed looks different. It’s not quite as pretty as the old one, but it works just as well and it’s now FREE!

Please take a look at our new Events Programme here

Please let me know if you find something wrong or not working

Nick

Warwickshire Local History Society – Programme 2021

LLHG Members may like to note the following announcement from WLHS regarding their 2021 Programme. As LLHG are an affiliate member, these talks are available to our members free of charge.

Lecture Programme 2021

Our lecture meetings will continue to be conducted by Zoom, following a broadly positive experience with the autumn talks.  As a reminder, everyone needs to book their place using Eventbrite (partly for security reasons).  As was announced recently, for the time being our online meetings will be open free of charge to non-members of WLHS or affiliated groups.

The first meeting in 2021 will be the daytime one on Saturday week.

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Zoom Talks

Thank you to everyone who joined our first online talk on 15th September.

Around 30 members logged in to Zoom to listen to the talk by Professor Sarah Richardson on the Women’s Suffragette Movement in Warwickshire.

All the feedback that I have received suggests that the online talks format works well and that members would like to hear more of these.

It looks as though it may be some time before we are able to meet again face-to-face and so we will try to organise more online meetings starting with our AGM and talk scheduled for Tuesday 27th October

More details will be sent to members in due course