The first meeting of the year was the Annual General Meeting, which was held at Greenfield Conservative Club on Wednesday 17th January 2007. The meeting was very poorly attended but we managed to transact the business of the meeting. The main items being the election of the officers, who were re-elected on- bloc and the amount of the annual subscription, which, on the recommendation of the Treasurer, remained
the same as the previous year. After the close of the AGM Ken Booth gave an illustrated Archaeological Quiz. Mike Howarth won the prize of a box of chocolates for having greatest number of correct answers. This was our last meeting at Greenfield Conservative Club due to our normal room having been changed to a smaller room located in the cellar. The committee felt that this room was unsuitable and decided to return to Uppermill Masonic Hall. Our thanks were given to the committee of the Conservative Club for
helping us out during a difficult period.
In February, after a change in the programme, Ken Booth gave a talk entitled 'Discovery & Exploration at Castleshaw Roman Forts; 1751-1964.'