History (monthly)

Regular History talks arranged by Janet Palmer

Talks are usually held on the FIRST Wednesday morning of the month.
  • Venue: Walton Village Hall
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 10.00 am-12.00 noon
  • Admission £2 (to cover the cost of speakers and the hire of the hall)
  • Tea, Coffee and biscuits are available for 20p per person


      All Phoenix members are welcome to attend.

       No booking necessary


  • Wednesday 6th November:  To Die For – Fashions that could kill, an illustrated talk by Helen Johnson
  • Wednesday 4th December:  Vintage Clothing, an illustrated talk by Lola Lamour (as Joanne Massey) will be our guest speaker. Joanne will be talking about her love of vintage fashion. She will be bringing some examples from her wonderful personal collection. Coffee, Tea, Punch & Mince Pies will be served following the presentation.


  • Wednesday 8th January: The Staffordshire County Museum Carriage Collection- An illustrated talk by Chris Crop who is Senior Museums Officer for Archives and Heritage
  • Wednesday 5th February: The local Democracy in te 18th Century-An illustrated talk by Steve Booth and includes quite a few Stafford connections, eg. Sheridan



































































































































































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