The Christmas tree is symbolic and central to yuletide celebrations, not least as the focal point for family gifts, reminiscent of those given by the three Biblical kings, Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar.
The lecture this month was delivered by Dr Liz O’Donnell, who described the battle women faced to win the right to vote and informed the meeting of a number of local women who were instrumental in bringing about reform.
We’re searching for some information on the top picture. It was sent in by a reader and is believed to be a Hardy’s dinner and dance celebration, but we don’t know when or where it was held. Can you help us identify anyone in it?