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‘The Group was first started in 1982 and currently has 35 members. We are a small and friendly Group and our members come from Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire, North Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire ... Each year we have an interesting mixture of talks and visits either directly relating to Richard III or to the late medieval period. We welcome all members of the Richard III Society to join us either as a member of the Group or as a visitor.’

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' We meet at noon on the second Saturday of alternative months commencing in January ... They run from Noon until approximately 3 pm. All members are very welcome to come along.'

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'Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 7.30 pm. Our members have a wide interest in the Medieval Period which is reflected in our topics for meetings and our speakers.'

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'We meet at 7pm on the third Thursday in the month ... We have a programme of speakers and visit places of historical interest. A monthly newsletter is produced to keep our members up to date with any exhibitions or events of historical interest in our area and beyond. The annual branch subscription is £7. All are welcome.'

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Occasional talks - usually Saturday evenings at 8 pm. Enquire about attendance.

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Winter monthly meetings, usually Saturday afternoons.

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'The Branch usually meets on the second Saturday of each month. Indoor meetings are held in village halls throughout the county starting at 2.00 pm for which we charge £2 (or £3 if it's a speaker) ... If you would like to come along to a meeting please contact ... You are welcome to attend 3 meetings before being expected to pay the Branch Subscription.'

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'The Yorkshire Branch has been in existence for 50 years, and is the oldest Branch of the Richard III Society. It was formed in 1960 at the time of two important 500th Anniversaries, Wakefield (1460) and Towton (1461) were being commemorated. Members of the recently reformed Richard III Society living in York and the Three Ridings decided to organise some local activities here, in the county which Richard himself had known and loved ... About twenty years ago another Yorkshire Branch tradition began, our Spring Lecture, an annual event which is open to the public.' Latest Date 7 May 2011.

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