HeritageEvents

16
JUL
Car Share and Bike Safari
Theddlethorpe Village Hall

Join us for our Car Share and Bike Safari to see the local sites with friends. Were meeting at 7pm the Village Hall car park and touring places of interest around the village finishing up at the Kings Head Pub.…

17
JUL
A Snark Celebration! Online Zoom Talk
Surrey History Centre

Join us to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carrolls poem The Hunting of the Snark.In the article Alice on the Stage 1887 Lewis Carroll recalled that on 18 July 1874 while staying in Guildford: I was walking on a…

18
JUL
Wild & Tame: Animals in History Exhibition Launch
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

This event celebrates the launch of our exhibition Wild & Tame: Animals in History. The event will begin in our foyer with a wine reception. You will then have the opportunity to hear two speakers Prof. Erica Fudge and Miss…


19
JUL
Dowsing Walk and Talk
Kings Head Inn

Local expert Steven Phoenix will lead the History Club Walking Group on a walk and talk demonstrating the ancient art of Dowsing.The practice of using dowsing twigs or rods to reveal the earths hidden secrets locate ground water…

19
JUL
Cheryl Butler Talk - Jane Austen & Gothic Tourism
The Arc

In preparations for the Jane Austen 250 programme in 2025 this talk will reflect on the inspiration for Austens first novel Northanger Abbey inspired by the authors love for Gothic fiction and the publics interest in visiting medieval ruins in…

28
JUL
St Donat's Castle Tour
St Donat's Castle

Join us as we revisit tales of history at St Donats Castlea stunning Grade 1 listed 12th Century castle set amongst 122 acres of woodland seafront valley and farmland on the Vale Heritage Coast. You can take a…

02
AUG
Explore the Archives
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Youll get to step behind the scenes and peek at the boxes of treasures we look after. Will will tell you about some of the secrets behind the stories and characters that you know and love.Suitable for age 8 to…

04
AUG
A Talk about Scotland's Victorian Kitchen
Mackintosh at the Willow

In this talk Peter Gilchrist of Tenement Kitchen will present his ideas on the evolution of the Scottish Kitchen through the Victorian era including insights into the gadgets implements and layout of kitchens as well as the recipes for delicious…

06
AUG
The Little School of Ecology at Haddon Hall
Haddon Hall

The Little School of Ecology sessions will take children on a journey through Haddons Medieval Park where they will learn basic identification of trees flowers birds and insects as well as discovering different habitats and finding out about the deer…

25
AUG
My Year Walk - August
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Kick up some leaves ramble through woods and listen to extracts from Roald Dahls My Year in the beautiful woods and fields that inspired the book. This month well be reading extracts from the August chapter of My Year Roald…

14
SEP
DENS Castle Walk
Berkhamsted Castle

Join us for a lovely community day for a 10‐mile or 2‐mile walk that will take you along the canal across beautiful Chiltern countryside with stunning panoramic views passing historic buildings and picturesque villages on Saturday 14th September starting at…

17
SEP
Stewart Sizer: Our Changing Coastline
Theddlethorpe Village Hall

Local Historian Stewart Sizer will give a talk about Lincolnshires changing coastline.Village Hall open from 6.30pm for food and drinks with talk starting at 7.30 pm£3 contribution welcome.…

06
OCT
A Talk about the Temperance Movement in Scotland w
Mackintosh at the Willow

In this talk Elspeth King will trace the history of the temperance movement from its foundation in October 1829 through its various stages when licenced premises were banned from Glasgow Corporation properties in 1890 and the city became a very…

15
OCT
Simon Tomson: Coastal Flooding
Theddlethorpe Village Hall

Archaeologist aerial photographer and tutor Simon Tomson will give a talk on Coastal Flooding at Theddlethorpe and the North Sea Basin.Village Hall open from 6.30pm for food and drinks with talk starting at 7.30 pm£3 contribution.…

19
OCT
38th National Brewerana Auction
Burton Town hall

Run by the Campaign for Real Ale the National Breweriana Auction returns to Burton on Trents Town Hall on Saturday 19th October. It will have circa 150 interesting auction lots; everything from mirrors to trays; advertising signs water jugs…

23
OCT
Nurses and Doctors 1660-1820: An Uneasy Alliance
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Join Professor Alannah Tomkins at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh to explore the unstable working relationship between nurses and doctors in the time before nursing reform.Nurses working before the period of reform in the 1850s have popularly been…

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