CURRENT EXHIBITION
TALKS
 

TALKS PROGRAMME 2019

February 21st

The Poor Law in the 18th century : the crisis in the parishes

Deborah Hayter

 

March 14th

 Pleasance Walker letters from WW1

 Caroline Roaf

 

April 11th

The River at War The strategic importance of the Thames in WWII

Bill King

 

May 16th

 The Spanish Flu and its impact

 Denis Kelly

 

June 13th

Catholic Recusancy in Oxfordshire

Tony Hadland

 

 

July 4th

The Archaeology of Burials

Jill Eyers

August

 

 

 

September 12th

Children and War

Liz Woolley

 

October 10th

James Ward a Victorian artist

 

Derek Turner

 

November 14th

Sex, Drink and Death in the 17th C

 

Tim Healey

December 5th

The Mysterious Mr Dodgson

Alastair Lack

 

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