21st September 2022 – Chiz Harward, ‘The Infirmarer’s Lodging of St Peter’s Abbey, Gloucester: investigating a monastic dwelling and prebendal house’
19th October 2022 – Graham Barton, ‘The supply of wine to the fortress and colonia at
Glevum in the early Roman period’
16th November 2022 – Malcolm Watkins, ‘Roberts Brothers of Gloucester: the Empire’s largest games maker’
18th January 2023 – Sir Henry Elwes, ‘Colesbourne: A Village History Through the Ages’
15th February 2023 – Steven Bassett, ‘Fortifying Mercia: the building of public defences in the west midlands in the Anglo-Saxon period’
15th March 2023 – Christopher Webb, ‘Construction of the railway line from Honeybourne to Cheltenham’
All lectures will be held at the Dunrossil Centre, Gloucestershire Heritage Hubb, Clarence Row, Alvin Street, Gloucester, GL1 3DW, beginning at 7.30 pm. Free parking at the Heritage Hub will be available. Entry to the lectures is free to members of the Society and £2 for non-members who are very welcome to attend.