JUHS bi-monthly meeting
Tuesday, 28th November 2023
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Power Lab, Kelham Island Museum
JUHS bi-monthly meetings are open to all, whatever their interest in heritage. They are an opportunity to hear from local heritage groups about their work and a great chance to make connections and to discuss problems and opportunities for Sheffield’s heritage. The agenda also includes a guest speaker and an update on what JUHS has been doing to promote a better-resourced and better-connected presentation of heritage.
This is a “hybrid” meeting, so you can either attend in person at Kelham Island Museum Power Lab, Alma Street, Sheffield or online via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81842073517?pwd=VEdFNFVzN1lJVm5LeGN2eG51cGJoUT09.
We’re delighted to announce that our guest speaker is Stephen Elliott of Llama Digital, who will tell us about the Stan Shaw heritage trail, which follows the life and work of the master craftsman who has often been described as “Sheffield’s last little mester”.
Visit the JUHS YouTube channel to view more recordings of our bi-monthly talks. Recent additions are Mary Grover’s talk “Steel City Readers” about the reading habits of ordinary Sheffielders 1925-55, and Matt Wakefield, CEO of the National Emergency Services Museum celebrating 75 Years of the National Health Service in Sheffield with an intriguing talk about the true historical origins of some “modern” innovations in the technologies used by the emergency services.
You can also read the minutes of our last bi-monthly meeting on 26th September, or view a recording of the meeting at:
Kelham Island Museum