Medieval/Early Modern

1066-1600

Research Conference - Designed Landscapes: Parks and Gardens from 1000AD

Location

Leatherhead Institute
67 High Street
KT22 8AH Leatherhead
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The speakers at this year's SHERF conference will explore the evolution of designed landscapes in Surrey over the past millenium. The keynote address will be given by Paul Everson, formerly of RCHME, a past Chairman of the Society for Landscape Studies and a past President of the Medieval Settlement Research Group. Other external speakers will include Dr Paula Henderson, a leading expert on Tudor and Stuart gardens, and Rachel Delman of University College, Oxford who is studying late medieval landscapes of the elite.

Surrey in the Age of Magna Carta

Location

Surrey History Centre
130 Goldsworth Road
GU21 6ND Woking
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An exciting day of talks exploring the significance of Magna Carta and the history of Surrey in the thirteenth century.

Speakers: Professor Nigel Saul, Rob Poulton, Dr David Stone, Dr Naomi Sykes and Professor David Carpenter.

Organised by Surrey Heritage. Tickets for the day, including tea and coffee, are £15 and available from Surrey History Centre, in person or by phone on 01483 518737 or via the website www.surreycc.gov.uk/heritageevents.

See attached flyer for further details.

SERIAC 15 - South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference

Location

Ashburton Hall Queen Elizabeth II Court
Sussex Street
SO23 8UJ Winchester , HAM
United Kingdom
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SERIAC 15 - South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference
Annual one-day conference hosted this year by Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Society.
Details and application form: SERIAC2015 -

Surrey Roads from Turnpike to Motorway

Location

The Institute
67 High Street
KT22 8AH Leatherhead , SRY
United Kingdom
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Surrey Roads from Turnpike to Motorway, talk by Gordon Knowles – SIHG.
Part of the Surrey Industrial History Group Leatherhead lecture series.
Attendance is for the whole series only.

Death, Disease and Damnation

Location

Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall
Woodfield Road
KT21 2BE Ashtead
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The theme for the Local History Committee’s annual symposium next year will be 'Death, Disease and Damnation' exploring attitudes to death and its causes, belief, burial and commemoration. It will be attended by local historians from across Surrey and local history societies put on displays.The Gravett Award will be presented to the group presenting the best display.

If you would like to reserve display space (which is free) please contact Glenys Crocker,6 Burwood Close, Guildford GU1 2SB; 01483 565821; glen@glfd.freeserve.co.uk

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