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Museum Talks

January 11, 2020

The following talks have been organised by the Hinckley & District Museum. The talks take place in the upper schoolroom of the Great Meeting Chapel, Baines Lane, Hinckley, and commence at 7.30pm. Admission is free to museum members (bring membership card) and £5 for non-members at the door. Free parking is available in the Druid Street and Lower Bond Street car parks.

  • Thursday 20 February: Hugh Beavin talks on ‘Lady Florence Dixie – Bosworth’s Forceful Victorian Feminist’
  • Thursday 19 March: Nick Marshall talks on ‘Bustles and Bloomers’
  • Thursday 23 April: Eddie Smallwood talks on ‘The role of the barber surgeon in the Wars of the Roses’
  • Thursday 21 May: Dr John Sutton talks on ‘The Suffragette Movement: votes for women 1904–1928’
  • Thursday 18 June: Elizabeth Hornsby talks on ‘Richard III: The man behind the myth’
  • Thursday 17 September: Dr Penelope Harris talks on ‘Joseph Hansom and Robert Owen’
  • Thursday 15 October: Eddie Smallwood talks on ‘The Romans – their life at Mancetter and Boudicca’s last battle’
  • Thursday 19 November: Denis Kenyon talks on ‘The Leicester City, County & Rutland At Risk War Memorials Project’