Barnet National Trust Lecture Programme 2019

    All meetings are held at St Mary Magdalen Church Hall, Whetstone, N20 9AE at 7.45pm.                     Admission is just £2 for members and £2.50 for guests 



    January 15th Those Were The Krays by James Moreton, author. 

        "The Krays' were kings of London's underworld, 'evil twins' who loved their mother and resorted 
    to violence with terrifying ease. Ronnie and Reggie's crimes of fraud and extortion finally led to 
    three bloody murders, yet life imprisonment in 1969 was just the beginning of the Kray legend"

    February 19th The History Of Hatfield House by Gary Fisher, Guide and Lecturer.

    March 19th Bandstands - History, Decline and Revival by Paul A Rabbits, Author, Parks Historian and 

                                    Public Speaker.

    April 16th 150 Years of St Pancras Station, 1868 - 2018 by Lester Hillman

    May 21st My Life as a Foreign Correspondent by Jonathan Fryer

    Jonathan is a British freelance writer, lecturer and broadcaster on international affairs.  For seven years 

    Jonathan was based in Brussels, initially for Reuters, subsequently freelance.     

    June 18th NT Lecture:  Runnymede by James Evans   

    July 16th Edwardian Musicals Comedy by Nick Dobson   

    August No Meeting                                                  

    September 17th     40th Anniversary Lecture: Highlights of BNTA

    October 15th         Dabs & DNA Catch Criminals - Chris Truran 

    November 19th What a Wonderful World by John Watkins

    December 10th (Second Tuesday)  AGM followed by Aston Bellringers from St Marys Church, Aston, Hertfordshire