Pentrich historical Society has released its calendar of events to be held this autumn. On Tuesday, September 20, there will be a talk on Langley Mill Pottery – its origins and examples by John & Jennifer Giblin.
On Tuesday, October 18, ‘The Julius and Augustus Caesar of modern travel’ - The achievements of Thomas Cook and Son in opening up popular travel is the subject. On Tuesday, November 15, speaker Brian Stone will talk on Derbyshire in the Civil War and the local impact of the event in history.
And On Tuesday, December 20, Michael Parkin will host a talk on Powerful Ladies – the making of Bess of Hardwick.
All events will take place at Pentrich Village Hall, Main Road, at 7.30 pm and there will be free parking and light refreshments available. All are welcome.