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Please find below our 2014 programme for Audlem District History Society. Talks start at 7.30pm in the Scout & Guide Hall. Non-members always welcome at £3.

Thursday January 16th: Family Farming: The Changing Scene — Michael Mulliner.

Thursday February 20th: Madeley Past and Present — Tony Lancaster.

Thursday March 20th: The Sanatorium at Loggerheads — Eric Pemberton.

Thursday April 17th: Betley Soldiers in the Napoleonic Wars — Mavis Smith.

Thursday May 15th: The Origins of World War 1 — Bob Cartwright.

Wednesday June 18th: Drive yourself outing — Alan Garner and the Relocated Medicine House.
More details to follow.

Friday July 11th: Outing to Ruthin : Its Historic House and Old Gaol
More details to follow.

Thursday September 18th: Audlem's World War 1 Experiences and Aerial Audlem.

Thursday 16th October: Keele University: What happened to its Revolutionary Ideas? — Professor Watson Fuller.

Thursday 20th November: Lord Combermere — The Book. Dinah Andrew.
and AGM

December: Christmas lunch- to be confirmed.

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