Meetings are held at St Mary’s Church Hall, Church Street, Twickenham, at 8pm on the first Monday of and non-members are welcome (there is a small charge £2.50). For further information please each month from October to May, and take the form of an illustrated lecture by a guest speaker. Guests see http://botlhs.co.uk/membership or contact
The Secretary, Borough of Twickenham Local History Society,
33 Atbara Road
Teddington, TW11 9PA.
5th October 2015
Bob Rush of the Anglo-German Family History Society looks back on the life of Edith Cavell, the British nurse celebrated for saving the lives of soldiers from both sides during World War One.
2nd November 2015
Biographer Ruth Hayward explores the world of “Phippy” (Jonathan Wathen Phipps/Waller), eye surgeon to George III.
7th December 2015
The Alan Urwin Memorial Lecture
Former Commandant of Kneller Hall, Colonel Mark Cuthbert-Brown, shares his fascination with its history.
4th January 2016
1st February 2016
Kathryn Elliot, curator of All Hallows, Twickenham, tells the story of how this former City of London church arrived in suburbia.
7th March 2016
Ray Elmitt reveals more of the building and buildings of Hampton Wick (1750 – 2013) in the third of his series of investigations: Brick by Brick
TBA March 2016
West London Local History Conference
4th April 2016
BOTLHS’ Paul Barnfield introduces Twickenham’s Marvellous Musical Maestros – Weston & Lee, the most prolific songwriters you’ve probably never heard of.
9th May 2016
Annual General Meeting followed by some short talks
Guests and non-members £2.50. Membership and other information please visit: