The WA Society meets on the 4th Saturday of each month (excl. December) from 2.00pm at the Rivervale Community Centre , Francisco Street, Rivervale.
Monthly meetings can include:
* a research paper delivered by a guest or member;
* a movie/DVD on a relevant subject; or
* a hands-on workshop.

Research paper topics are chosen by the speaker and in 2011 have included: The Social Significance of Gender Roles and Food in Medieval Society; Life in the Middle Ages; Scotland, 1400-1500.

Originally named The Fellowship of the White Boar, the Society was founded in 1924 by S. Saxon Barton FSA (Scot), a Liverpool surgeon, and a small group of his friends. The name was changed to the Richard III Society in 1959, and in 1980 the honour of Royal patronage was bestowed by HRH The Duke of Gloucester. Today the Society is active in many fields and has membership approaching 3,500 worldwide.