July. Saturday 20th. Barton Carnival. As in past years, BHC will have a presence.
August. Wednesday 21st . Geological tour of the City of Wells. Meet 1.45pm West Door of Cathedral. Our geologist guide is Dr Doug Robinson. All welcome. Guests £3 pp. Followed by afternoon tea. So arrangements for transport and afternoon tea can be planned, please contact Secretary to say if you are coming.
September. Wednesday 18th, Village Hall, 7.30pm. David Daggar is giving an illustrated talk on the Windjammer Inverneill-A, a story of its sailing career covering 1830 – 1930 – the people and life on board. The rounding of the Horn and other voyages. All welcome. Guests £1. Grog & … after !
October. Wednesday 16th. We are delighted to welcome Liz Copas a world authority on apples. Her talk tells the fascinating story of ‘The Apple Road. How apples came to Somerset’. A date for your diary. All welcome. Visitors £1. Suitable refreshments after.
November. Monday 18th, Village Hall, 7.30pm. After many years as the high profile manager of Strode Theatre, Street, Liz Leysham‘s talk appropriately, is called ‘Behind the Scenes‘ – a lot will be revealed. Visitors welcome, £1.
December. Wednesday 11th, Village Hall, 7.30pm. Prepare to ‘Be-Wyched’ in the company of Kaye & Brian. We can say no more. All welcome (guests £1) for what will be a highly entertaining evening accompanied by seasonal fayre.
January 2020. Wednesday 22nd, Village Hall, 7.30pm. ‘Early Somerset Photographers’. Based on his long-time study and recently published book, we welcome, Phil Nichols who will explain how their work revolutionized the way we record our lives. All welcome, guests £1. Refreshments after.