Author Archives: Linda Rollitt

Battlefields Trust Conferences

Battlefields Trust Annual Conference, Winchester 26-28 April A  reminder that there is still time to book your place on the Trust’s annual conference at the University of Winchester, 26-28 April. The weekend includes an excellent programme of speakers and activities, … Continue reading

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Easter Lambing Weekend Event

Join us for a special Easter event this Bank Holiday weekend and take part in our fun family crafts, Easter trails and activities. Come and meet the gorgeous spring Oxford Down lambs born at the Museum and explore our traditional … Continue reading

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Luton Hoo Study Day

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Railways – How they helped to shape modern society

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English Civil War Conference

Battlefields Trust event… Saturday 18th May 2019 The Friends of the National Civil War Centre and the Battlefields Trust present a conference examining the military events of the first part of 1643 The conference will be held at the National … Continue reading

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News and events from Heritage Services

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Luton Hoo Study Day

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BLH&MS talk: Art & Design in the Chilterns

BLH&MS talk at 8:00pm on 16 Jan 2019 in the Wellcome Great Hall, Town Hall, Berkhamsted. Visitors are always welcome @ £3 at the door. Art & Design in the Chilterns: A retired University academic Dr Graham Twemlow writes and … Continue reading

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Battlefields Trust event

East Anglia Study Day Saturday 2nd February 2019 The study day will be held at The Cedars Hotel, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 2AJ. Price £20.00 and includes refreshments. (life members £10.00; non-members £30.00). A buffet lunch is available for an extra … Continue reading

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Latest news and events at HALS

Watford Central Library at 90 On Wednesday 12 December, Watford Central Library will be celebrating its 90th birthday.  To celebrate, there will be a chance to explore some of the hidden treasures from the archives and local studies collections, including maps, … Continue reading

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