Friends of the Georgian Society of Jamaica

Our events

To stimulate an appreciation of Jamaica’s heritage, we hold several talks a year on topics of interest to our members and guests. We also hold regular social events, and occasional tours to visit Jamaica’s historic buildings.

Past events


9 September 2018 , Bath

Join us for our annual get-together, this year in the beautiful and historic city of Bath. There is a limit of 40 places so tickets, £65.27 (inclusive of booking fee), will be allocated on a first come first served basis.


Visit The National Archives

12 May 2018 , Kew, London

Join the FGSJ on this wonderful opportunity to get an exclusive and personal look at important Jamaican manuscripts at The National Archives.


Talk: The Pennant plantations in Jamaica – North Wales in the Georgian Atlantic world

13 March 2018 , London

North Wales’s part in the story of the 18th century Caribbean is typically ignored or considered peripheral at best. In this talk, however, we will discover that not only was rural Wales integral to the Atlantic world through its natural resources of iron, copper and wool, but that its entrepreneurs were major players in driving colonial expansion. Richard Pennant, 1st Lord Penrhyn, was one such figure and the talk will focus on him and his Jamaican estates.


Lady Nugent's Supper 2017

23 November 2017 , London

Lady Nugent's Breakfast will once again be Lady Nugent's Supper. It is a sit-down affair, so pre-booking is essential.



Members have made five tours of Jamaica, visiting Georgian structures across the island. Our architectural consultant, Douglas Blain, and other local experts have provided insights into the history of the buildings and areas visited.
Read an account of one such tour.

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