DATES FOR YOUR CALENDAR
Meetings of Bitterne Local History Society are held on the second Saturday of each month (except August) at 7.00pm in Bitterne United Reformed Church (entrance in the Precinct, next to Bitterne Churchyard). Locate the Church using: Google Maps, OpenStreetMap.
Society news and notice of local meetings of historical interest are followed by talks on a variety of topics illustrated with slides, sometimes with related artefacts.
Non Members £3.00
|JANUARY||Saturday 13th||Land of pure delight: the life and times of Isaac Watts||Gordon Lewis|
|FEBRUARY||Saturday 10th||‘A tongue in cheek’ tour of medieval/old Southampton||Don Robertson|
|MARCH||Saturday 10th||Bygone Bitterne||Ian Abrahams|
|APRIL||Saturday 14th||Napoleonic prisoner of war work||Tony Cross|
|MAY||Saturday 12th||Pirates, privateers and a wedge of gold||Dr Cheryl Butler|
|JUNE||Saturday 9th||Silk stockings and Spitfires||John Smith|
|JULY||Saturday 14th||Winchester: Bishops, buildings and bones – Part 1||Andrew Negus|
|AUGUST||Saturday 11th||No meeting|
|SEPTEMBER||Saturday 8th||AGM Women’s suffrage in Southampton (1900-1914)||Emma Muscat|
|OCTOBER||Saturday 13th||Notable people of Bevois Mount||Allyson Hayes|
|NOVEMBER||Saturday 10th||How do you take yours? A secret history of tea||Jane Glennie|
|DECEMBER||Saturday 8th||Tales of old Southampton||Mike O’Leary story teller|