Members of WLHG offer a range interesting and varied lectures and presentations, primarily about Windsor, but talks on other subjects are also available.

Our Speakers are all well-versed in their chosen subjects, and provide entertaining and informative talks, with visual accompaniment using overhead projector or PowerPoint presentations. Many of our members are published authors, and along with a number of specialist books, for more than 30 years the group has written and published

Brigitte Mitchell

The Development of a Garrison Town – Windsor from 1066 to the 19th Century

Den of Infamy – George Street, a vanished part of Windsor, and the old gaol

Schooling for the Poorest  – educating children in 19th century Windsor

Dollymops and Magdalens – the problems with prostitution in 19th century Windsor

Rogues and Vagabonds – prisons and punishment in 19th century Windsor

Healthcare and Hospitals  – in Windsor during the 19th century

Two Knights – Charles Knight, father and son, and the first Windsor newspaper

Road to Waterloo

Windsor during WW1

Windsor during WW2

Windsor Guildhall and Museum

A Soldier in the Kaiser’s Army

Women who followed the Drum – wives, women and camp followers during the early 19th century

Royal Weddings at Windsor Castle, with some Right Royal Scandals

Leslie Grout

Windsor Castle

St George’s Chapel

Victorian Windsor

Burial Grounds of London

How Pagan is Christmas?

The Duties of a Ward Beadle

ABC of Churches

Burial Grounds of Paris

Experiences as a ‘Mastermind’