This day conference at Surrey History Centre has unfortunately had to be CANCELLED
Surrey Local History Committee
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; email@example.com
Surrey Local History Committee Annual Symposium will be held on Saturday 22nd October 2011, 10.00-16.30 at Shalford Village Hall.
Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the door. See flyer distributed in Bulletin No. 428, August 2011 or click on the file below.
10.00 Exhibits and stalls ready for viewing. Coffee is served
10.25 Morning Session. Chair: Janet Balchin (Chairman, Surrey Local History Committee)
10.00 a.m. Coffee. Exhibits ready for viewing
10.25 a.m. Morning Session. Chair Alan Crocker (Chair SLHC)
10.30 a.m. Jane Furlong (United Kingdom National Inventory of War Memorials, Imperial War Museum): How we Remember - Commemoration in the UK and the work of the United Kingdom National Inventory of War Memorials
11.30 a.m. Carol Brown (Guildford Museum): Women in Wartime
Summer meeting at Send and Ripley
hosted by the Send & Ripley History Society
11.00 Coffee at the Manor House, Send Marsh Green
11.30 Guided tour around Send Marsh Green
12.45 Move to Ripley using own transport for punch in a pub or a picnic (not supplied).
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The Surrey Local History Committee of Surrey Archaeological Society exists to foster an interest in the History of Surrey, both directly and in co-operation with other bodies. It aims to discover the past and to maintain the heritage of Surrey, in history, in architecture and in landscape. It fulfils these objects by encouraging local history societies and individuals within the County, by the organisation of meetings and by publication.