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Galleywood Heritage Centre September Events

Date published: 15/03/2018

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Tues 4th September
 
The Horseshoe tea room is open between 2 pm & 4 pm and the scrabble group is meeting there – 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.
 
Saturday 8th September: OPEN DAY & BOOK FESTIVAL 10 am to 3.30pm
The Heritage room will be open for access to archives and information about Galleywood. The Book Festival will take place in the main hall. Various local authors will be happy to talk to visitors about their books and there will also be a programme of short talks in the Common room in the grounds. Admission free. Tearoom will be open for refreshments. 
 
The Talks timetable (subject to revision in the case of unforeseen circumstances) is :-
10.30 am to 11am - Tony Cruse -‘Barking Books’
11.15 to 11.45 am - Peter Maggs “Criminal Justice in the 19th Century”
12 to 12.30 - Dr Tony Miller - “Making your dreams come true-how to write even if you’re very busy”
1.15 to 1.45 pm - Jonathan Swan - "How do you find the time?: researching and writing history".
2 to 2.30pm - Dr Viv Newman - "Surgeons, Spies & Suffragists- Extraordinary Women of the Great War"
2.45 to 3.15 pm - Brian Southall "I didn’t know that - things you find out doing research"
As space is limited please obtain a ticket for the talk/s of your choice from the reception desk in the main hall on the day itself.
 
Tues 11th September
 
Talk "Industrial Working Women of Chelmsford" by Tim Wander & Alan Pamphilon doors open at 1.30 pm talk starts at 2 pm . Refreshments available from tea room. Admission free - a Heritage Open  day event
 
 
Saturday  15th 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 £3 from non members would be appreciated. Refreshments available from tea room.
 
·        10.30am Morning session:   London Metropolitan Archives 
 
by Louise Harrison 
·        1.30pm Intermediate session:   AGM - followed by ... 
·        2.30pm Afternoon session:   Poverty, Protest and Riot - Essex Farm Workers 1800 to 1870        - the second talk will take place in 2019 and take the story to the Great War 
 by Ted Woodgate
 
www.esfh.org.uk for more details or contact  honsec@esfh.org
 
 
Tuesday 18th September
Talk "Seductress, singer, spy - Regina Diana" by Viv Newman. £3 per person, doors open at 1.30 pm talk starts at 2 pm . Refreshments available from tea room.
 
Tuesday 25th September
Talk "Essex Stories" by Elizabeth Woodcraft. £3 per person, doors open at 1.30 pm talk starts at 2 pm . Refreshments available from tea room.
 
 
Saturday 29th September
 
Racenight  7pm to 10 pm, details available nearer the time.
 
Galleywood Heritage Centre is located on the Common off Margaretting Road, Galleywood CM2 8TR. As well as the car park at the centre there is a public car park off Margaretting Road just before the centre. Telephone 01245 357700 visit www.galleywoodheritagecentre.org.uk
 
or e-mail mail@galleywoodheritagecentre.org.uk