Monthly Guest Speakers

PROGRAMME  FOR 2017.

                                                                            

 

NOV 16th

FRANCIS BOARDMAN.  “A MEDIEVAL XMAS”.

 

DEC 21st

A SOCIAL EVENING WITH FESTIVE NIBBLES AND A QUIZ.

 

 

 

SPEAKERS FOR 2018.

 

18th  January 

Doctor Dick Farrow. 

“Memories of a Family Doctor in the 1960s”.

 

15th February.

George Hardwick. 

“Another Archive Evening”.

 

15th March.

David Whittle/Harwich Society. 

“The Defence of Harwich Harbour During The Napoleonic Wars”.

 

19th April.

Roger Kennell. 

“The Victoria Road Incident”

 

17th May.

Brian D'Arcy.

“The Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia”.

 

21st June

Malcom Batty.

“The Peoples Photographers”.

 

19th July.

Clare Mathews.

“A History of Eastern Lodge” A Countess and her Garden.

 

16th August

Vic Miller.

“A Green Coat and a Funny Hat” The ladies of the W.V.S.

 

20th September.

Simon Gallup.

“Unknown Constable Country”

 

18th October.

Norman Jacobs.

“Nora Timmens”

 

15th November.

Francis Boardman.

“Suffragettes a  Media War”

 

 

20th December

Vic Miller.

A social evening ,with a quiz by Vic ,followed by festive nibbles.

 

 

 

 

 

The Clacton & District Local History Society was formed in 1985 to research, record and promote the history of Clacton & District. We meet on the third Thursday of each month, 7:30 at Pier Avenue Baptist Church, Clacton with a guest speaker. Membership is £12.50 per year. This gives free entry to all meetings. Non-members are welcome to meetings for £2.00.  We also have a small museum on the second floor of Clacton Library in Station Road, open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday.

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Clacton and District Local History Society researches,records and promotes the history of Clacton and District. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month, 7:30 in the Welcome Room, Pier Avenue Baptist Church,Membership is £12.50 per year.Non-members welcome. We have a small museum on the second floor of Clacton Library Station Road, open 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday.