Wednesday, 16 January 2019, Churchdown, 8pm
Dr Graham Barton
The Supply of Olive Oil to the Roman Garrison at Glevum
Monday 28 January 2019, Bristol, 7.45pm
St Mary Redcliffe: on patronage, landscape and architecture at Bristol's 'great church' parish church More information
The University of Gloucestershire Special Collections, which houses the BGAS library, will be closed from 14th January to 1st February, re-opening on Monday 4th February 2019.
Members wishing to use the library are reminded that they need to contact the librarian (email@example.com) beforehand to arrange access.
This year's volume (free to Record Series subscribers, £30 to non-subscribers) provides for the first time a comprehensive listing and analysis of over 2,000 dissenters' meetings in Bristol and Gloucestershire - demonstrating the presence of dissent in virtually every community, large and small. In a wide-ranging introductory essay, the editor Anthea Jones sets out the historical context, and considers the source material. Numerous colour and B&W illustrations, plus three maps. There are full indexes to the more than 7,000 men and women who put their names to applications to set up meetings.