SurreyHeritage

21
SEP
400 Anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower
BourneHall Museum Children's Club

The Speedwell turned out to be unseaworthy. Both ships were twice forced to return to England. The Mayflower finally left Plymouth on 16 September 1620. On 19 November 1620 they spotted land. Their destination was the Virginia Colony but the ship was…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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12
OCT
Hitlers Vengeance weapons
Bourne Hall Museum Children Club

Soon after that first V1 strike Soviet armies launched a massive offensive against German forces in Poland. From the skies over Germany British and American bombers were able to raid German cities at will. In the face of this disastrous strategic situation…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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30
OCT
Halloween walk on the dark side
BourneHall Museum

Hear tales of local folk who wont stay dead ghostly coach crashes and discover the story of Joan Butts Ewells which.Are you brave enough to dare to tread where the resurrection Men once stood whilst you learn about their grisly trade.Experience for…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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31
OCT
Halloween arts and crafts
Bourne Hall Museum Children Club

Hear some grizzly historic stories and have creative fun making Halloween arts and craftsTwo sessions 10.30am to 12pm and 1pm to 2.30pm…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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09
NOV
The Romans are coming
Bourne Hall Gardens

Discover what life was like in Roman Ewell find out what they eat and how they cooked it also even taste it Try out some beauty treatments. If you are feed up with Ewell join the Roman army and see the Empire…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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14
DEC
A World War 2 Christmas
Bourne Hall Museum Children Club

Many men were fighting abroad in the armed forces or were being held as prisoners of war. Women might also be away in the services or carrying out war work. Many children spent Christmas away from home as evacuees. By the…

Location: Ewell
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 02083 941734
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