Officers and Committee 1969-70
Camertonia 14 Part 1 (1971) p. 1.
Annual General Meeting 1971
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Held at 2 Gay Street on 30th November. Mrs Kathleen Hall has replaced Mr R K Bluhm as Treasurer.
Director’s Annual Report 1970-1971
Camertonia 14 Part 1 (1971) pp. 2 – 5.
Membership well maintained. Subs remain at 75p (15/-) p.a. Winter lectures well attended, but costs have increased. A successful Conference on Local History held in the Spring. Similar event to be held next year. Xmas party held at home of Dr and Mrs Hilliard at Batheaston House. A similar event is arranged for December 4th. An enjoyable excursion to Devon and Cornwall was held in early summer. Plans for similar outing, to Kent, in the summer of 1972. Excavations: Paulton Villa. Publications. The Nettleton Collection. The Camerton Collection. City of Bath conservation. Bath excavations. Parish surveys. Other matters.
Hon Treasurer’s Annual Report 1970-71
Camertonia 14 Part 1 (1971) pp. 6 – 13.
Detailed Accounts. Thanks to Miss Lloyd for continuing to pay Rates on HQ.
Camertonia 14 Part 1 (1971) p. 14.
Again a limited number. The two outings were poorly attended. Early May trip to Goodrich Castle, Symond’s Yat and Skenfrith Castle. In June an excursion to Kilpeck Church, Hereford Cathedral and Ludlow. Weekend in Devon and Cornwall very successful, including vists to Buckfast Abbey, Lands End, Lostwithial Castle, Castle Dore, Truro Museum, Lanyon’s Quoit, Chyauster and Tintagel.
Lectures 1971 – 72
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1971. 5th October, F Annable, ‘The Saxon Cemetery at Pewsey, Wilts’. 2nd November, K Gardner, ‘The Archaeology of Lundy Island’. 7th December, D Dawson, ‘Marine Archaeology’. 1972. 11th January, K Rogers, ‘Wiltshire and Somersetshire Woollen Mills’. 1st February, W Wedlake, ‘Dalmatia’. 7th March, P Greening, ‘Early Christianity in Britain and the Continental Background’.
Conference on Local History and Archaeology
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Held at 9A Gay Street on 18th April 1971. Papers read; W Wedlake, The Tunley Cromlech’. P Greening, ‘St Dunstan and King Edgar’s Coronation at Bath’. V Gray, ‘The Battle of Lansdown’ and P Coard, ‘Vanishing Bath’.