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Hertfordshire Branch Meetings

Programme
2018 - 2019

We are continually trying to put together a programme which will appeal to the widest audience, so any suggestions as to subject matter or speakers we may contact, will be gratefully received.

Guests and non-BCS members are very welcome. Unless otherwise stated, all meetings are free of charge to all attendees. If you wish to attend any meeting, please would you book your places using the booking link given in the meeting information below.

Most of our meetings are divided between two venues: the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield and Sopra Steria in Hemel Hempstead. The meeting times are the same at both of these venues: Registration and refreshments from 7:00pm and the business of meetings start at 7:30pm. Meetings generally finish at about 9:00pm. There are opportunities for networking or just having a chat with other Society members before and after the main business of the meeting.

Travelling instructions for our University of Hertfordshire venue, may be found here.

Travelling instructions for our Sopra Steria venue, may be found here.

Overseas delegates wishing to attend any of these events should note that BCS do not issue invitation letters.


Neighbouring BCS branches may also have events of interest to members. Details of these events may be found on their branch websites. For links, see below:

Bedford - Berkshire - South London - Oxfordshire - North London - West London


Wednesday 18 September 2019

7.00pm. at Verulamium Museum, St. Michael's Street, St. Albans, AL3 4SW

AGM followed by: Visit to Verulamium Museum

Containing a wide variety of Roman artefacts excavated from the site of the town of Verulamium, the Verulamium Museum is considered one of the best museums of Roman history in the country. The AGM will be followed by an opportunity to explore Verulamium Museum with BCS Herts after hours. Discover how one of the largest towns in Roman Britain, situated next to the River Ver all but disappeared beneath the earth. Explore how our ancestors lived and how modern technology and conservation is bringing the ancient city back to life. Booking is required to attend this event. Museum entrance is free for members and TBC for non-members.

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