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Galleywood Heritage centre September events

Date published: 22/08/2017

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The display in the Heritage room during September and October  will be "Galleywood Memories". Open  Tuesdays 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Also on Sundays 11 am to 1pm by appointment only with Wendy on 01245 250499 or  wendy.gf@blueyonder.co.uk  . Entry free but donations welcomed.
 
Tuesday 5th September
The scrabble group is meeting between 2pm & 4pm in the marquee – visitors are welcome to join in. Contact Ann Patricia Eley on 01245 466449 for more details. If you would like to bring along any other games/cards feel free to do so.
 
Friday 8th September
Chelmsford Civic Society host a talk by Tim Wander at 7 pm for 7.30pm start " A Night to Remember" a tale of the two Marconi Radio Operators who stayed at their post on the Titanic.
To book a ticket £4, email info@chelmsfordcivicsociety.co.uk and then pay on the door. Refreshments available from the Horseshoe tea room.
 
Sunday 10th September
A further Illustrated introduction to Galleywood’s History by Wendy & John Cummin at 3 pm. Doors open at 2.30 pm . Entry free - children welcomed. Refreshments available from tea room. This event is part of the Heritage Open Days weekend - see http://www.chelmsfordcivicsociety.co.uk/heritage-open-days.html
 
Tuesday 12th September
Talk  "Tumult and Tears - the Great War through the eyes of women poets "by Viv Newman £3 per person, doors open at 1 pm talk starts at 1.30 pm . Refreshments available from tea room.
 
 
Saturday 16th September
Essex Society For Family History Chelmsford Group Meeting
10 am to 4 pm . All welcome, family history advice available. Whilst free for members a donation of £2 from non members would be appreciated. Refreshments available from tea room.
 
Saturday 16th September
Essex Society For Family History Chelmsford Group Meeting
10 am to 4 pm . All welcome, family history advice available. Whilst free for members a donation of £2 from non members would be appreciated. Refreshments available from tea room.
 
10.30am Morning session:   What happened to Lucy? - This talk looks at the plight of adoptees, foundlings, orphans and the Empire children (Child Migrants), essentially through the 19th & 20th centuries. by Ian Waller
 
Between sessions:  AGM to be followed by the Afternoon session: Chelmsford: " Market, Mildmay and Marconi " by Yvonne Lawrence
 
www.esfh.org.uk for more details or contact honsec@esfh.org.uk
 
Tuesday 26th September
Talk  "Importance of Fruit Growing in Galleywood" by Chris Whybro, £3 per person, doors open at 1 pm talk starts at 1.30 pm . Refreshments available from tea room.
 
 
Galleywood Heritage Centre is located on Galleywood Common off Margaretting Road, CM2 8TR. Contact by phone on 01245 357700, by e-mail mail@galleywoodheritagecentre.org.uk  or visit www.galleywoodheritagecentre.org.uk . Where possible please use the public car park off Margaretting Road and enter the centre through the back gate.