2019-20 Programme

All talks, presentations and meetings are open to visitors and are held in the Cramphorn Theatre, Fairfield Road, starting at 7:45 pm. There is no need to book but there is a nominal charge of £3 for members and £5 for visitors, payable on the night.

All outings leave from outside the theatre. Group members will have received booking terms and instructions with their Newsletter.

Parking is via Coval Lane only. Charges apply.

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“My journey as a designer”
Report by Keith Otter


Outing to Stamford and Belvoir Castle
Report by Al Arnot


Outing to Compton Verney and West Wycombe
Report by Al Arnot


Outing to Herstmonceux Castle
Report by Al Arnot


Outing to Sutton Hoo and Lavenham
Report by Shirley Deering


Group holiday centred on York
Report by Shirley Deering and Al Arnot


Talk on the history of the Petre family


Outing to Wakehurst Place and Quebec House


Talk on David Parr House, Cambridge


“From Crime Scene to Art Photographer”


“I need a lifestyle adviser”
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Talk on Thomas Hardy and the National Trust
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Talk on bridges, triumphs and disasters
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Annual General Meeting
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Talk on Eastbury Manor
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Talk on Thomas Hardy and the National Trust
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Engraving of a balding man wearing a high collar

Thomas Hardy is one of our most popular classical authors and poets. His birthplace and home for many years are both owned by the Trust, together with many of the places mentioned in his works. This illustrated talk by our President, David Simmonds, looks at the author and his links with the Trust.

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