FLEETVILLE DIARIES

St Albans’ Own East End

the local history people

Provisional Programme 2017



Similar Interest Groups


We Do Talks!

Please contact us if you would like us to talk to your social group on a variety of subjects relating to the history of this area.  This year, any donations you wish to make for our talks will go to Fleetville Dairies to fund publications and exhibitions for the community.


Available Talks




Our Next Event

is on

Wednesday, January 25th 2017 - 7.30pm

at

Fleetville Community Centre, Royal Road


7.30 - 8pm

FLEETVILLE DIARIES

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL* (£10)


8pm - 9pm

A GUIDE TO FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH

Presented by

Ian Gotts and Carol Parker

with guest members of

The St Albans U3A Family History Group 3

NO NEED TO BOOK


* F D membership entitles you to free admission at  FD talks in the Community Centre and on any of our guided walks.

This year, non-members’ fees are rising to £4 for

Fleetville Diaries’ walks and talks.










A VERY SPECIAL DROP-IN EVENT!

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH

Fleetville Community Centre

2.30 - 4pm


After the success of the Right Up My Street project, featuring Cambridge Road, another street is now being researched:

Camp View Road


FD members, Romayne Hutchison, Anne Marie Kelly and Keith Robertson, are using completely different methodologies to bring to life the people who called Camp View Road their home for  well over a hundred years.  They are, however, still in need of information in the form of documents such as house deeds, images of people, houses, vehicles, and personal stories.

If you have known Camp View Road either as a resident , neighbour, or relative, you are cordially invited to drop in on February 4th.