Friends of TOM Lectures

All lectures are held on Wednesdays in the Coach House to the rear of the Oxfordshire Museum Gardens.

Lectures start at 19:30 but please arrive for 19:00 to allow time to be seated and a prompt start.


2017 – 2018 Lectures

05 April – Dr Tony Merry
Tradition of Morris Dancing.

03 May – Julian Mundy
Mapping Oxford, Medieval to Modern (work on the new Historic Town Atlas).

07 June – Annual General Meeting
Chris Baylis
Tales From The Road; An Insight Into English Country Chairs Through The Ages.

05 July – Ashley Jackson
Researching And Writing Global And Imperial History.

August – No Meeting

06 September – Liz Woolley
The Common Lodging-House In Victorian England.

04 October – Pam Manix
Updating Oxford’s Medieval Jewish Quarter: New Digs, New Finds.

01 November – Anni Byard
Recent Discoveries From The Portable Antiquities Scheme In Oxfordshire

06 December – Lesley Dunlop
Times Of Contrast – A Geological Perspective Of Oxfordshire In The Jurassic And Quaternary

10 January 2018 РJohn Banbury 
Trees – And The Making Of Our Woodland

07 February – Mark Davies
A Literary Tour Of Oxford’s Waterways.

07 March 2018 – John McNeil
The Medieval Parish Church In Oxfordshire From Romanesque to Gothic.