January 9 Speaker Dr Mike Collins: Lead poisoning
among women in Sheffield 1885-1920
  23 Speaker Alan Caunt: The Porter Valley and its industrial past
February 13 Speaker Peter Machan: Sheffield in Verse.
The heritage of Sheffield poets and songsters
March 6 Visit The Rhubarb Fields and Wakefield Cathedral
  13 Speaker John B. Taylor: Sutton Scarsdale Hall,
a classical wonder, and its role in the Civil War
  20 Members’ meeting Bob Cooper: The steel refiners of Grenoside
April 17 Speaker Mike Dyson: The story of Frank Fearn, who was gibbeted on
Loxley Common for the 1782 murder of Nathan Andrews in 1782
  24 Visit Liverpool, Terracotta Warriors, then free day
May 8 Speaker Suzanne Bingham: The story of two Sheffield Victorian families
  22 Visit Selby Abbey, then Beningbrough Hall, York
June 12 Speaker Janet Ridler: The story of Sheffield Cathedral,
from Saxon times to today
July 3 Visit National Arboretum/Lichfield Cathedral
  10 Speaker Ann Featherstone: Victorian fairs
  14 Visit Chester Mystery Plays
  17 Speaker Stephen Johnson: How to Research Local History
September 4   AGM
  11 Speaker Louise Pullen (curator of the Ruskin Gallery):
John Ruskin and Sheffield
  25 Visit Renishaw Hall
October 9 Speaker Val Bayliss: Sheffield’s Old Town Hall
  16 Members’
Social event. Beetle Drive Quiz
  23 Visit Thundercliffe Grange, Rotherham
November 13 Speaker Alan Caunt: Sheffield Pals battalion,
and the first day of the Somme
  27 Visit Sheffield Cathedral and St Marie’s Cathedral
December 4   Christmas Lunch
  11 Speaker Lloyd Powell: A medieval Christmas