Timber-Framed Buildings

Wednesday, 17 August 2022 - 7:30pm

Mrs Howard Memorial Hall, Norton Way South SG6 1NX

David Short, author of Ashwell Buildings and Antiquities, and whose house is timber framed, will be introducing the subject Timber-Framed Buildings followed by a discussion.

LALG members £3, non-members£4. Open to all

How you look at a house from an architect’s viewpoint

How you look at a house from an architect’s viewpoint

A talk and discussion led by Adam Grant, a Letchworth architect who specialises in historic and listed buildings.

Mrs Howard Memorial Hall, Norton Way South SG6 1NX

Open to all: LALG members £3, non-members £4.


Repeats every month on the third Wednesday until Wed Dec 21 2022.
Wednesday, 21 September 2022 - 2:00pm

We meet on the third Wednesday of the month at Tapps Garden Centre, Baldock SG7 6RS. Everyone is very welcome.



We are meeting at Tapps Garden Centre, Baldock SG7 6RS.

Everyone is very welcome.


Mrs Howard Hall, Norton Way South, Letchworth

A re-launch of this group and a must for the world’s first Garden City.

Bring your ideas and support to help us get this group going.

Acting Group Contact: William Armitage  01462 643537



The group will be looking at past and future modern structures and will include visits to buildings of interest. We will consider the artistic design, architectural complexities, functionality and construction aspects of buildings.

Everyone is welcome, members and non-members.

Meet for Coffee 4 at Baldock


We meet at a Baldock venue on the third Wednesday of the month. Everyone is very welcome.

See the Contact Details panel for further information. Dates, times and meeting venue are given in the Group Events panel.



Next meeting

On Wednesday 13th May at 7pm, we will be having a virtual meeting via Zoom to share stories, tips and advice on chicken keeping. If you are a member of the society, why not take your device outside and share live footage of your birds? We look forward to seeing you very soon!

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