|February 21st||Hugh Beavin||Hinckley in the English Civil War|
|March 21st||Paul Griffiths||Hinckley's housing pioneers – early council housing in Hinckley and district|
|May 16th||Katie Bridger||Power in the landscape: the families of Grey and Hastings in Leicestershire|
|June 20th||Rosemary Coe and Linda Bent||A history of the boot and shoe trade in Barwell and Earl Shilton|
The talks take place in the upper schoolroom of the Great Meeting Chapel, Baines Lane, Hinckley, and commence at 7.30pm. Admission is free to museum members (bring membership card) and £3 for non-members at the door. Free parking is available in the Druid Street and Lower Bond Street car parks.
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