The Waterloo Assocation: Members Area

Association Event

This year we commemorate the birth of many individuals who played a key role in the Napoleonic Wars not only Napoleon and Wellington. The Waterloo Association is pleased to announce that it will be running an event from late afternoon on Friday 4th October to mid afternoon on Saturday 5th October at the stunning Chicheley […]
cavalry and guards club
Our AGM will be held in the historic Guards and Cavalry Club from 18.00. Drinks will be provided from 18.00-18.45 followed by the AGM. This will then be followed by a talk “Napoleon and Britain: a complex relationship” by the renowned Napoleonic historian Adam Zamoyski. Adam Zamoyski is the author of the best-selling “1812. Napoleon’s […]
Each year the Association runs a weekend residential course in a 19th century Gothick building which is now the Lake District Residential College of Adult Education, Higham Hall near Cockermouth in the West Cumbrian part of the beautiful Lake District. The programme starts on Friday evening and finishes after lunch on the Sunday. The theme […]
Lion Mound
Each year the Association runs a trip abroad for its members. The aim is for members to have an enjoyable and informative experience without it being an expensive undertaking. Indeed, no profit margin is built in to the costing and the guides do not make a charge for their time. So prices tend to be […]
Joint Battlefield Trust/Waterloo Association event Sunday June 23rd 2019, 1.30pm Norman Cross was the site of the world’s first purpose-built prisoner-of-war concentration camp. It was constructed during the Napoleonic Wars near Peterborough and was an important prison and military establishment housing up to 7,000 French inmates. The site was a prefabricated structure most of which […]