Challenging History


  What?-     An open discussion group challenging conventional

                  Interpretations of historical topics.


  Where?-   Colwyn Bay Library, upstairs, (wheelchair access,

                  Toilets, refreshments available)


  When?-     The 4th Tuesday morning of each month,10-15am to                          noon. 

                                    The 2016 Programme

  Jan.26th.      "Princess Diana Changed Britain for the Better"

                        Barbara Lawson-Reay

  Feb. 24th.     "Whatever happened to Byzantium?"  

                         Ian Reid.       

  March 22th.    "Were the First Christians Communists?"

                         Graham Morgan.

  April  26th.     "Money is he Root of all Virtue"

                         Richard Cash (ex Banker).

  May   24th.     "The Camera is Mightier than the Sword"

                         John Lawson-Reay

  June  28th.      "Hurrah for the Black Shirts"

                          Christopher Draper.                          



                           July-August, summer break.

  Sept. 27th.        "Religion and the Rise of Capitalism"

                            Bill  Whewell.

  Oct.   25th.         "Who was Shakespeare?"

                            John Beagan (of Colwyn Books.)

  Nov.  22nd.        "The Invention of Childhood".

                             Anna Jeffrey  


                                 Dec.  Xmas break.

  Organised by the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay History Society.                 Open to non-members without charge,

        Contact Christopher Draper, 01492 860455







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