The Society organizes visits, social events and talks through the year. In the autumn and winter, monthly talks are usually on Thursday evenings. In the summer, we arrange visits to local places of interest and gardens, including those of gardeners within our membership.
Unless otherwise stated, talks are at Browne's Hospital, Broad Street, Stamford PE9 1PF and the cost is £3.50.
Click here for booking details. We no longer issue paper tickets. We usually offer a glass of wine or a soft drink after talks, and a chance to chat to the speaker and other members. If you would like to join the Society, you would be most welcome. Details are available on this website.
Thursday, 22 November, 7:30pm (Browne's Hospital, £3.50): “Did Dr Fennell Save Stamford?” A talk by ex-chairman Gwyneth Gibbs about Dr Kenneth Fennell and how Stamford became the first Conservation Area.
You can make bookings for events with the Treasurer:
- 01780 751620
- 15 Ryhall Road,Stamford, PE9 1UB