Founded 1946, by Geoffrey Beard

Stourbridge Historical Society

In the past Gillian White has entertained the society with talks about the Tudors; Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and the Cavendish Family. On this occasion Gillian jumps forward a couple of hundred years to Queen Victoria. Throughout her long life Victoria was painted by the leading artists of the day.  In this talk we’ll follow her story in a selection of these portraits, some familiar, some not so, and see a toddler develop into a symbol of the nation.        

The next meeting of the Society will be on Thursday 18th October 2018 when

​our speaker will be Dr. Gillian White, who will give an illustrated talk entitled:

'Queen Victoria: A Life in Portraits'

Car Parking
There's plenty of car parking available in Stourbridge -The most convenient car park being Tesco which gives direct indoor access to Stourbridge Town Hall. 
The 2 hour limit is waived providing your car is registered at the society's desk when you sign in at the meeting.

All regular meetings are held in the Wollaston Room,                    Stourbridge Town Hall at 7.30pm