Tuesday 7 September

 SHRG Diary of Events 
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Date Event Venue
Dates and details of future events will appear here when available

Tuesday 14 March

Talk – How the Railways Changed Sandy – George Howe

Beeston Methodist Church Hall, commencing 7.30pm                      (non members £4)

Saturday 15 April Photographic Exhibition Sandy Methodist Church, 10.00am to 2.00pm (non members £2)
Tuesday 9 May Social Evening for Members and their Guests – Pie and Pickles

Beeston Methodist Church Hall, commencing 7.30pm (free entry)

Friday 9 June Visit to Willow Tree Gin Distillery

Thorncote Green                    6.30pm, price £10 per person

Saturday 22 July 

Exhibition – Beeston Summer Festival Beeston Methodist Church, commencing 10.00am                   (non members £1)
Saturday 2 September Exhibition (Parallel Event to the Sandy Show) Sandy Baptist Church Hall – 1.00pm to 4.00pm
(non members £2)
Friday 15 September Visit and Talk – Tempsford Museum and Archives – Steve Cooney Tempsford Memorial Hall,  commencing 7.00pm      (price £7 per person)
Saturday 21 October Autumn Exhibition Sandy Town Council Chamber, 10.00am to 2.00pm                      (non members £2)
Tuesday 14 November AGM and Quiz Night

Beeston Methodist Church Hall, commencing 7.30pm                      (free entry)


Members normally have free entry to our “standalone” exhibitions and speaker events.

Entry for non-members to our “standalone” exhibitions normally costs £2.00, and entry for non-members to our “standalone” speaker events normally costs £4.00. If you join SHRG at one of our “standalone” events, your event entry fee will be refunded.

Refreshments are available at all “standalone” exhibitions and speaker events, and SHRG publications are also available for purchase.

Our exhibitions are usually held in May, July, September, and October. The July exhibition forms part of the Beeston Summer Festival at Beeston Methodist Church; entry to the SHRG exhibition at the Summer Festival costs only £1.00, and refreshments are available from the Church. The September exhibition may be held on the same day as the Sandy Show, but is a separate “standalone” event.

The main purposes of the AGM, which is usually accompanied by a quiz night, is to receive financial and other reports on the Group’s activities and elect officers to form the new committee for the coming year.

Our exhibitions and events are held at a variety of locations in Sandy, one of which is Beeston Methodist Church in the Baulk, off the Limes, Beeston, postcode SG19 1NR. Parking is available to the rear.

If you want to know more about Sandy Historical Research Group, please email the Chairman .

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