The Eton Wick History Group has been meeting regularly since 1992. Eton Wick and the surrounding area is rich in history and the village has a heritage dating back to 1217.
Meetings are held at 7.30 pm in Eton Wick Hall, Eton Wick, and everyone is welcome. Refreshments are served, and there is a charge of £1.50 to cover costs.
Visitors and new members are always very welcome.
The 2018 programme of talks:
‘Rogues and Vagabonds, Prisons and Punishments in 19th Century Windsor’ with Dr. Brigitte Mitchell
‘Sir Sydney Camm and The Hurricane’
with Malcolm Lock
‘The History of Baylis House Slough’
with Elias Kupfermann
‘The Curious Disappearance of Major Glenn Miller’
with Tony Eaton
‘The Berkshire Lieutenancy’
with John Handcock LVO, DL
‘The Changing Face of Farming’
with Malcolm Kinross
‘The History of the Poppy Appeal’
with Geoff Hayes
‘A Walk Around Eton Wick with Frank Bond’:
as filmed by Peter Tarrant