The Foxearth and District Local History Society

Local group - events and information.

Meetings and activities, announcements and notices for the Foxearth and District Local History Society, and associated organisations. For more information on recent events and current programme, please email or contact Clare Mathieson 01787 311337 or Lynda Rumble 01787 281434

Cavendish Local History Society Meetings 2004-2005-2006

All meetings are held at the Cavendish Memorial Hall at 7.30pm

April 27th Barry Wall "Elizabeth de Burgh - Lady of Clare"
May 25th David Alderton "Industrial Archaeology, National and Local"
June 12th Visit Pentlow Hall Members only
June 22nd Sylvia Horder (in period costume)" The History of Hedingham Castle"
June 25th Cheese and Wine Evening at Green End, courtesy of Alan & Beth Mills.
July 27th Michael Home "The History of Haverhill"
Aug. 24th Visit to Hill Farm Museum, Gestingthorpe, courtesy of Ashley Cooper.
Sept. 28th Dr. Gordon Blackwood "Cavaliers and Roundheads of Suffolk"
Oct. 26th Alan Mackley "Building a Country House"
Nov. 23rd DonJ. Unwin "Tempus Fugit"
Jan. 27th Edith Freeman "Thomas Gainsborough and the Underdog"
Feb. 22nd Ron Chapman "Goldsmithing"
Mar. 22nd A.G.M. followed by Ashley Cooper "Local Historical Connections with India"
April 26th Mark Mitchells >"Characters of East Anglia"
May 24th Frances Harper "Silk from China to Braintree" Joint meeting with Foxearth Local History Society
June 28th Dr. Ronald Blythe "Living as a Writer"
TBC Afternoon visit to Thurston End Hall Summer "Cheese and Wine" at the White House
July 26th Barry Wall "The Riddle of the Sudbury Terracottas"
Aug 3rd Conducted Tour by Bill Wickendon of the Royal Courts of Justice , London
Sept 27th John Taylor "History of the Forge House and Brickmaking in Ballingdon"
Oct 25th Clive Paine "The Victorian Seaside in Suffolk - The Development of Lowestoft and Felixstowe"
Nov 22nd Sylvia Horder "Nelson and Emma"
Jan 24th Robert Halliday "Suffolk Ghosts and Hauntings"
Feb 28th Roy Tricker "Eccentric East Anglian Clergy"
Feb 28th A.G.M. followed by Edith Freeman "Some personal reflections on the History of Cavendish"


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