Speakers

 

Bob Massey BOB MASSEY
Telephone: 0115 926 3626
Mobile:
Email: bob.massey@gmail.com
Website: www.bobmassey.info/415325374
More Details: www.nlha.org.uk/news/bob-massey/
Topics:

  • General
  • Local History
  • Local History – Nottingham
  • World War One
  • Cinema
  • Theatre
  • Aircraft
  • Computers
  • Local History – Arnold
Danny Wells DANNY WELLS
Telephone: 01335 350536
Mobile:
Email: danny.wells@history-talks.co.uk
Website: www.history-talks-co.uk
More Details: www.nlha.org.uk/news/danny-wells/
Topics:

  • Art of the Garden
  • The English and Gardening
  • Joseph Paxton
  • Art of the Christmas Card
  • The Victorians and the Christmas Season
James Wright

James Wright

JAMES WRIGHT
Telephone:
Mobile:
Email: jpwarchaeology@hotmail.co.uk
Website:
Topics:

  • A Palace For Our Kings
  • Rock of Ages, Medieval Stone Masons
  • Tattershall Castle
  • William Shakespeare Henry V and the Manipulation of History
  • Historic Graffiti
  • Castles of Nottinghamshire
  • Ritual Protection Marks at Knowle, Kent
Brian Binns

Brian Binns

BRIAN BINNS
Telephone:
Mobile:
Email: bnbinns@gmail.com
Website:
Topics:

  • Binns Family History
  • The Campion Family
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Stephen Flinders

STEPHEN FLINDERS
Telephone: 0115 854 8373
Mobile: 07791709499
Email: stephenflinders@sky.com
Website:
Topics:

  • Terror from the Skies – January 1916 the night the Zeppelins came
  • Catherine Crompton’s Diary
  • The Life and Travels of Robert Bruce Napoleon Walker
  • A Family History Presentation along the lines of ‘Who Do You Think You Are?
  • Stanton-Gone but not Forgotten
  • The History Beneath Our Feet
  • A Taste of Tudor Ilkeston
  • Stanton on Film
  • Stanton at War 1939-1945
  • Owd Ilson
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Robert Mee

ROBERT MEE
Telephone: 0115 932 7495
Mobile:
Email: RobertMMee@btinternet.com
Website:
Topics:

  • Nottinghamshire Castles
  • A Derbyshire Railway Outing: A railway tour using a 1920s timetable.
  • Aldercar and Langley Mill – 1000 Years in 60 Minutes
  • Derbyshire Associations for the Prosecution of Felons, 1703-2014:
  • Policing in 19th-Century Derbyshire
  • Bradshaw’s, and an Early Railway Tour: the famous railway timetable, and a mystery tour!
  • Derbyshire’s Castles
  • Vic Hallam – One Man and his Company: from the 1920s to the 1990s
  • Crime in Langley Mill 1891 – 1930
  • Morlestan – South East Derbyshire before the Norman Conquest
  • A History of Smalley: from medieval times to modern open-casting.
  • Wheels of Industry – Langley Mill
  • History along the Erewash Valley Trail
  • A Potted History of Heanor: the name says it all really
  • Heanor Grammar School: Its history from beginning to end!
  • Mine’s a Pint: Public Houses in the Heanor Area
Chris Weir

Chris Weir

CHRIS WEIR
Telephone:
Mobile: 07922 496682
Email: heritagetalks@outlook.com
Website: www.heritagetalks.homestead.com
Topics:

  • Lace, Slums and The Occasional Riot: The Making of Victorian Nottingham
  • The Story of Boots: Jesse Boot, Florence and the history of the Boots Company
  • A Woman’s Lot: Women’s History in Nottinghamshire, 1550-1950s
  • The People’s War World War 2 in Nottinghamshire
  • When The Bands Played On!
  • Kill or Cure! Bygone Medicine
  • The Nottinghamshire Heritage
  • Rambling Into History
  • Secrets, Mysteries and Curiosities of Nottinghamshire
  • Mud, Munitions and Memorials: Nottinghamshire and World War One
  • Nottinghamshire’s Dark Side
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Mark Dawson

MARK DAWSON
Telephone:
Mobile:
Email: mdfoodhistory@gmail.com
Website: mdfoodhistory.weebly.com
Topics:

  • Food and Drink in Tudor and Stuart Derbyshire
  • Food and Drink in Tudor and Stuart Nottinghamshire
  • Oatcakes: farming and diet in North Derbyshire
  • What’s up with ewe? A thousand years of English sheep’s milk cheese
  • Eating out of house and home. – How did people in the early modern period get food when they were away from home and what sorts of food did they eat?
peter-hammond PETER HAMMOND
Telephone: 0115 914 5520
Mobile:
Email: historyworkshops@aol.com
Website: www.handsonourhistory.co.uk
Topics:

  • Middens and Muck
  • So You think You Know Nottingham (Parts 1,2 and 3)
  • Edward Carver: A Journey into Local and Family History
  • On the Buses
  • Potions, Lotions and Cure-alls
  • Murder, Mystery, and Misfortune
  • Robert Blincoe: Nottinghamshire’s Oliver Twist
  • Destitution and Despair (Claypole Workhouse)
  • Well, Well, Well: The story of Nottingham’s Caves and Wells
  • The archaeology of clay tobacco pipes
  • Mudlarking in the River Thames
  • Webb of Intrigue: The story of the Webb Family of Newstead Abbey
  • Albert Ball: Nottingham’s First World War Ace Pilot
  • The Luddites: Nottingham’s Response
  • Can you name the object?
  • A Load of Codd’s Wallop: The history of the Glass Bottle
  • Belvoir Angels: A Grave Story
  • Joseph Woolley: The Diary of a Framework Knitter
  • A Servant’s Lot
  • Portraits of the Past: Nottinghamshire’s Victorian Studio Photographers
  • The Origins of Everyday Sayings
  • Victorian shopping in Nottingham
  • William Booth’s early years in Nottingham
  • A historical tour of Whitby
  • A historical tour of Llandudno