Georgian Society for East Yorkshire

Forthcoming Visits

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Belton House in 2014

Belton House in 2014

From March to October each year the Society runs a programme of visits. The sites are chosen for architectural merit, historical association or literary connection. Some visits are to private houses that are rarely open to the public, others are to newly built houses in the Georgian style. Many trips include guided tours or lectures. Members may choose to travel by coach or make their own private arrangements. Coach pickup points are at Hessle, Hull, Cottingham and Beverley. Typically the cost of a trip is around £12 for the coach with a further £10 for entry fees.


Halifax Piece Hall

20 Jul: COACH: 7.55am Beverley, New Walkergate bus stop 8.20am Cottingham Green, Sainsbury’s 8.45am Hull Ferensway, outside former Debenham’s 10.30am Bankfield Museum, Boothtown Road, Halifax The former home of Edward Ackroyd, one of Halifax’s foremost woollen and worsted manufacturers, Bankfield has been a museum since 1887. There is a range of galleries and displays including Art, Local History, a Fashion Gallery ... (read more...)


Withernsea Pier

1 Oct: Local historian, Godfrey Holmes, will give a talk entitled: ‘The History and Mystery of Withernsea: Hull’s Lost Seaside Resort’ The talk will be followed by a buffet including tea/coffee. No coach: The church is a short walk from the Paragon Interchange or Osbourne Street car park. * PLEASE ADVISE ANY DIETARY NEEDS * £12 (read more...)

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