Until further notice, all our talks will be given using 'Zoom',
with 'doors open' at 7.15pm, starting at 7.30pm.


Monday 28th September 2020

"Balls, Bedrooms and Banquets" - John Vigar

Read about John's talk on the review page

Monday 26th October 2020

"Salt Production, Distribution and use in Prehistoric and Roman Britain" - Janice Kinory
(Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford) 

Read about Janice's talk on the review page

Monday 23rd November 2020  

(Members’ Evening)

"Marcham in Domesday Book" - Simon Blackmore   review page

"Marcham's Notable Houses" - Sheila Dunford        review page

Monday 7th December 2020

Christmas Social and Online Quiz with an introduction from Peter Steere

Monday 25th January 2021

"Annual Lecture"                                             review page

- Chris Brotherton (Land and Sales Director of Thomas Homes Ltd.)

Monday 22nd February 2021

"Linescapes….Remapping and Reconnecting Britain’s Fragmented Wildlife"

- Hugh Warwick                                              review page

(Rob Macfarlane  : “Glorious, political, passionate, perceptive”)  

Monday 22nd March 2021

"Oxfordshire on Canvas" - Marie-Louise Kerr         review page

(How artists have captured our local area and been influenced by it)

Monday 26th April 2021

"Pagans and Puritans : May Day Celebrations" - Tim Healey

                                                                    review page

Monday 24th May 2021

"Beacons of the Past, LiDAR, and woodland archaeology in South Oxfordshire" - Ed Peveler (Chilterns Conservation Board)

                                                                    review page

Monday 28th June 2021

"The History of the Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum" - Mark Davies

(The Garden was founded in 1621 and will be celebrating 400 years)

                                                                    review page

Saturday 10th July 2021 - 5pm

Annual Social and BBQ                                  see the July newsletter

Monday 27th September 2021 - 7.30pm

Annual General Meeting

Followed by a talk: "Butterflies, Marcham and Lockdown" - Jim Asher

Monday 25th  October 2021:

"The History of St John’s College" by Alastair Lack

Monday 22nd  November 2021:

Richard Venables describing his role as High Sheriff of Oxfordshire

Monday 6th December 2021:

Christmas Party in the Small Hall at the Marcham Centre

 The rest of the programme for 2022 will be published shortly