The East Yorkshire Local History Society exists to promote and encourage the study of local history in East Yorkshire. Membership is open to all who are interested and the subscription is £15 for individuals and £20 for families, UK institutions and overseas members and institutions. The society publishes two newsletters and a journal, 'The Historian', per year and more substantial publications hopefully every other year. Although we do not hold regular meetings a full programme of summer events and excursions is arranged for members and friends and a lecture series which is open to all.
22 March, AGM, 2:00pm Beverley Arms Hotel, followed by a talk by Dr George Sheeran 'Elite residences: the development of the Yorkshire coast 1800-1860'
25 April, A day in York, 10:00am Bar Convent, £5.30, 2:30pm Goddards, £7
1 May, visit to Ganton Hall, 10:30am, £6
24 May, Howden Minster, 1:30pm - 3:00pm,£3
31 May, 'Landmarks and Beacons - North Bank Churches vital to medieval and earlymodern navigation of the Humber', Richard Clarke, 10:15am, £3.50
19 July, Howshan Mill, 2:00pm, £3.50
21 August, Kilnwick Percy Hall, 2:00pm, £3
6 September, Bridlington Library, 'Belgian Refugees in the Region deuing the First World War', Oliver Baxter, 1:30pm - 3:00pm, £3.50
18 September, Beverley Arms Hotel, 'Mary Wollstoncraft', Fiona Stafford, admission free but booking essential
20 September, Treasure House, Beverley, 'Recent Archaeological work and finds in the East Riding, David Evans, £3
27 September, Beverley Minster, study day, 10:am - 4:00pm, £21