Events

For detailed information on the programmes organised by the Society select by clicking on one of the items on the left.

Non members are welcome to attend our in-person talks in Derby and a limited number of places for the online and hybrid talks are available for non members to book using Eventbrite.

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For specific information on a particular event shown on the calendar opposite please hover or click on the selected event. 

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  • Joan D’Arcy Memorial Lecture
    10:00 -12:00
    21/05/2022

    Joan D’Arcy was a well-loved and active member of DAS for many years, and she was also a leading light in the Little Chester Local History Society.

    They have organised a lecture in Joan’s memory as part of an event to celebrate the Chartist movement’s Chester Green meeting which aimed to give the working classes political rights and influence, which emerged in 1836 and was most active between 1838 and 1848.

    The lecture is on the subject of the Chartist leader George Harney, and will take place in St.Pauls Church Hall, Little Chester, Derby DE1 3QZ

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  • DAS library open
    10:00 -12:00
    28/05/2022
    Derby Road, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1UU

    Library open upstairs on the 1st floor.

  • Annual General Meeting
    14:30 -16:00
    28/05/2022
    Derby Road, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1UU

    Following the formal business of the AGM there will be a talk by Morgause Lomas.

    Scouts have a large range of Activity badges, including Air Researcher, Crafts, Local Knowledge, Photographer and Survival Skills. However, the Archaeology badge was discontinued about 20 years ago. Morgause Lomas is a Scout who graduated in Archaeology from Cambridge University and wanted to encourage members of scouting to gain a wider understanding of the History and Heritage of Derbyshire as well as interesting members in Archaeology .

    She developed the Derbyshire Scouts Archaeology Badge as part of her Scout of the World Award, which encourages older Scouts, aged 18-25, to carry out an 80-hour project of their choice covering the topics of Environment, Sustainability and Peace. As a result, the Derbyshire Scouts Archaeology Team was formed and has gone from strength to strength, gaining a prestigious National Award and recognition amongst Scout Counties throughout England as well as International interest.

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