All coach trips will leave from Chadbury Farm Shop, rear car park, off Worcester Road Island, Evesham WR11 4DT (01386 446705). Please include SAE when applying for tickets.
Please make cheques payable to -Vale of Evesham Civic Society" and send to:
13 Lanesfield Park
Tel. 01386 47434
All meetings will take place at Ecgwin's Club, 117 High Street. Evesham, starting at 7.30 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.
There is free parking on site and an excellent bar with coffee facilities at Ecgwin's Club.
We welcome visitors to all our events, except for the AGM. Please note that on arrival we will need to sign you in as a guest of the club.
We charge £3 for visitors and £2 for members for each event.
Saturday Annual lunch
Tuesday Talk ~The Pilgrims Way
14th From Winchester to Canterbury on foot to visit
February the shrine of Thomas a Becket following an ancient track way.
Dr Steven Blake
Tuesday Talk ~Canals in the Landscape
14th How canals are affected by the geography and
March geology under them & how they relate to the natural environment.
Tuesday Annual General Meeting
11th Short talk by Councillor Colin Tether
Friday The Other Place, Stratford Upon Avon
19th Discover the process in which a play makes its way
May from page to stage. To meet at venue.
Monday Cardiff Castle via Monmouth. TBC
Thursday Newstead Abbey & Papplewick Pumping Station
July 13th The home of the Byron family and the nearby
Victorian water works with 2 unique Watts Rotative Beam Engines.
Thursday Hailes Abbey
10th A tour around the ruins of Hailes Abbey led by
August the custodian of the site and a visit to the parish Church.
Free admission for NT and English Heritage members
Thursday Richard III Centre, Leicester
14th Visit to the centre and opportunity to see other
September historic and modern buildings in Leicester
Tuesday Talk ~ An Englishman’s Castle is His Home
10th A look at our castles and how they have
October changed over the centuries.
Tuesday Talk ~The Steam Era in Worcestershire.
14th An expert on the Barnt Green, Redditch,
November Evesham and Ashchurch lines