Mike Petty has just sent me his programme for the lovely Fenland History on Fridays held at Ely Library. These are a great way to spend a Friday morning and you always learn so much and everyone is very friendly :) Why not pop along!
Fenland History on Fridays
October to December 2010
15 Mike Petty – Vanishing Cambridgeshire revisited
22 Beth Davis – Fen-edge buildings
29 Jennifer Stevens & Beth Curtis – Littleport’s ‘Common Ground’
05 Hugo Brown –Mervyn Haird’s Cottenham archive
12 Arthur Dunham - Early farming in March
19 Jez Reeve - Researching Haddenham house history
26 Mike Petty – Twentieth-century Stretham in pictures
03 Christopher South – Dennis of Grunty Fen and his cronies
10 Ann Holton-Krayenbuhl - Ely Monastery in the community
Not a Club, not a Society – just meetings about our area
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ONE OR ALL
Ely Library, The Cloisters, 10.30 to Noon. £2.50 per session
Sometimes meetings have to be changed at short notice. In these cases we use the expertise in the room – so you may well be joining in! There are just 50 seats so it’s best to come early!
Details from Mike Petty – 01353 648106 – email@example.com
Fenland History on Friday with Mike Petty
Another great committee meeting with the Cambridgeshire Association for Local History (CALH) yesterday :) Plans are well underway for our celebrations of our Diamond Jubilee 2011. Lots of exciting things coming up and we have a great programme of meetings, events, our spring confrence and our Local History Awards which include the Young Persons History Awards and the Book Awards. Take a look at our website to keep up with our news and look at our great speakers list online!
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