Sandwich History Society: Talks and Events
Sandwich History Society holds talks or lectures throughout the year – non members are welcome at the Guildhall Sandwich for a nominal donation of £1. Parking is available in the adjacent Guildhall Car Park details on our Find Us webpage
More information about the lectures and outings please conact Jacqui Linning firstname.lastname@example.org
15th November 2018 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Len Howell of English Heritage
"Operation Fortitude - the secret success of D Day"
17th January 2019 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Annual General Meeting
Followed by Nick Woodland on "Sandwich Businesses - Then and Now"
14th February 2019 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Dr. Cathryn Pearce
"The Sons of Plunder: Daniel Defoe and the Wreckers of Kent"
14th March 2019 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Dr. Geoff Doel
"Outsiders: Outlaws, Poachers, Smugglers and Highwaymen"
18th April 2019 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Dr. John Reuther
"The Death to the Funeral of Lord Nelson 1805 - 1806"
9th May 2019 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Lt. Col. Dick Bolton
"Our Ports of Stranded Pride: The Cinque Ports of Kent and Sussex."
Events of Interest and Days Out
Sandwich Museum - 2018
The autumn / winter exhibition ties in with the WW1 commemoration and uses the research from a team of Archives volunteers that tells the story of those that lost their lives from Sandwich and is part of a wider programme of events to mark the end of the war.
Tuesday 13th November 9:30am to 4:00pm - Exploring Kentish Naming Practices Conference at:
Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University Longport, Canterbury CT1 1PL
Exploring Kentish Naming Practices Conference
Paul Cullen, Mark Bateson, Barrie Cook, Margaret Lawrence, Ellie Rye, Sheila Sweetinburgh
Tavern names, early medieval place names, and surnames
All welcome: tickets: £15 or £10 for CCCU students Booking: email@example.com
or phone 01227 782994 or buy online at www.canterbury.ac.uk/kent-names
Saturday 17th November at 7:30pm Sandwich WI are holding an Open Meeting / Lecture in the Guildhall
Presented by Prof Stirrup is an eminent professor in American history, especially the Native Indians, and has made a special study of those who came to the UK, especially Pocohantas, and he is the son of one of the WI members.
The charge for attending the lecture, including the famous WI refreshments, is £2
I am sure many of you would be interested to go along and if so, please let me know so that I can let the WI know for catering purposes Tel. Mathilda 01304 613377
Past Talks and Events
11th October 2018 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall
Dr. Rebekah Higgitt
"Not by clockwork alone - the 18th century search for longitude"
13th September 2018 at 7:30pm in Sandwich Guildhall