Wednesday, 19 February, Churchdown, 8.00pm
Dr John Chandler & Dr James Hodsdon, 10 Years of the Gloucestershire County History Trust: VCH progress and prospects
See full Gloucestershire section programme for more details
Monday 24 February, Bristol, 7.45pm
John Stevens, Bristol Politics in the Age of Palmerston, 1847-1865
See full Bristol section programme for more details
Saturday, 4 April, 2.15pm
TC007, University of Gloucestershire Park campus, Cheltenham
This year's Presidential address, Spokes in a Wheel: The Cirencester Network of Turnpike Roads in the 19th Century will be delivered by Mr David Viner, BA, FSA, FMA after the business meeting.
Further details of the agenda and directions to this year's venue will be circulated with the Spring Newsletter.
CAG Annual Symposium 2020
A day of Gloucester archaeology
Saturday, 21 March 2020
Oxstalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire, 10am-5pm
Volume 33 of the Gloucestershire Record Series was launched at the Heritage Hub as part of the Gloucester History Festival in September. It provides a uniquely detailed insight into early car and motor cycle ownership in Gloucestershire, likely to appeal as much to local and family historians as to transport enthusiasts.
You can read more and order a copy here.
The transcription of the Gloucestershire Hearth Tax 1672 has been made available by Jan Broadway. She hopes when time permits to produce a full scholarly edition and analysis, but feels researchers may appreciate access to the transcription in the meantime.