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A Meeting of the Forum has been arranged at which a series of talks will be presented by members of the Forum on a wide range of interesting topics.
The programme for the meeting is attached. The charge for the meeting is £5, payable on the door. All are welcome.
To help with practical arrangements including refreshments please e-mail email@example.com to register your intention to attend.
The Annual Symposium of the Society will take place in East Horsley Village Hall. Online booking via PayPal at £12 per person is now available by clicking on the BOOK tab above. Due to difficulty in paying them in cheques cannot now be accepted. Online booking enables us to assess the catering requirements and streamlines the administration process.
Payment by cash on the day is discouraged but will be possible and exact change would be appreciated. Tickets cost £12 per person.
SLHC symposium will be concerning the theme of maps.
9.30 am Registration
9.55 am Welcome Gerry Moss Chairman of Surrey Local History Committee
10.00 am Jane Lewis (Surrey Heritage) Maps for Local and Family Historians
10.40 am Coffee or tea
11.10 am Anne Sassin (Surrey Archaeological Society). The Surrey LiDAR Portal: Citizen Science on a County Scale
11.50 am Justin Colson (Institute of Historical Research). Layers of London: Recording the layers of London’s rich heritage
The Annual General Meeting of Surrey Archaeological Society will be held online via Zoom during the SHERF conference. The meeting will commence PROMPTLY at 1:00PM.
Agenda and 2022 minutes are attached as a Word file.
A Zoom link is freely available to all members:
Topic: AGM 2023
Time: Nov 25, 2023 01:00 PM London
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Meeting ID: 875 9635 4534
The Surrey Historic Environment Research Framework conference will consider aspects of the history and archaeology of medical practice. This will be an online event held through Zoom - connection details as follows:
Meeting ID: 875 9635 4534
On Saturday 25th February a Study Day will be held at Chertsey Museum which will consider various aspects of Chertsey Abbey, its estates and the impact it had on local communities. Speakers include members of the Forum, Robert Briggs and Dr David Taylor plus Dr Mark Forrest of the Victoria County History, Wiltshire and Glouscestershire and Dr Euan Roger of The National Archives.
CBA South East and Kent Archaeological Society have arranged an 'in person' conference on Agriculture, Industry and Trade in the Roman South East. Student bursaries may be available from the organisers.
The programme and booking details are below and attached as a pdf:
Surrey Local History Committee
A Committee of Surrey Archaeological Society
Registered Charity 272098
"You have the poor with you always"
Saturday 8 October 2022
at Surrey History Centre 130, Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6ND
9.55 am to 3.30 pm
9.30 am. Registration
The Annual Conference will as usual concentrate on 'Recent Work in Surrey' and the full programme is listed below. A pdf of the programme is attached below.
SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY