Radstock Museum runs two series of TALKS.

Bygone Days talks celebrate both local and national history. These talks are often held at The Somer Centre in Midsomer Norton but please check the details carefully for each talk below.

Science in Radstock talks are ‘popular science’ talks; an eclectic mixture of current science disciplines and past, present and future technologies. These talks are usually held in Radstock, at the Radstock Working Men’s Club, but please check the details carefully for each talk below.


SCIENCE IN RADSTOCK TALKS: resume in the autumn.

Proposed programme:

September 17th: ‘James Watt Centennial’ talk by Richard Ellam.

October 15th: TBC

November 19th: ‘The Mystery and Misconception of Tides’ by Ian Brown

All at Radstock Working Men’s Club starting at 7.30pm.


BYGONE DAYS TALKS: resume in the autumn.

Proposed programme:

October 2nd: ‘Antiques and Auctioneering’. In conjunction with Killens auctioneers; this talk will be at the Mendip Auction Rooms. Details to follow.

November 5th: ‘Rescue Ships of the Titanic.’ At The Somer Centre, Midsomer Norton. 7.30pm.


There are several ways to keep in touch with the Museum talks programmes.

You can sign up for the monthly Museum Newsletter, which is distributed by email, and includes details of Events, Talks, Exhibitions, Children’s activities and other snippets of News.

Please use the button below:

You can access our Newsletter archive by clicking HERE

You can also ask to be on the reminder email list for each of the talk series – see below.


The BYGONE DAYS TALKS are organised by Museum Volunteers, in support of the Museum.  Details will be posted here or you can ask to be placed onto the Bygone Days emailing list by sending an email request to bygonedays@radstockmuseum.co.uk


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The SCIENCE in RADSTOCK TALKS are organised by Museum Volunteers, in support of the Museum.  Details will be posted here or you can ask to be placed onto the Science in Radstock emailing list by sending an email request to sinrteam@gmail.com


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