Talk by Richard Rumble.
Short talks by members plus refreshments and a chance to meet others.
Talk by Dr Graham Rood, Curator Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (FAST).
Robert Owen, the 617 squadron historian, will be speaking about Barnes Wallis in commemoration of his life and death 40 years ago.
On 13th June 1944 the first flying bombs hit London. Soon after this British and American bombers attacked German cities and Germany deployed these 'revenge weapons' to terrorise British citizens and undermine morale. Learn how the V1 and V2 rocket attacks affected Epsom and Ewell.
£5 per child
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Talk with Dr Edward Madigan, Royal Holloway, University of London.
The First World War was the bloodiest conflict in British history. This talk will explore the nature of trench warfare and the ways in which soldiers responded to the demands of front line service.
Tickets £10: Surrey History Trust members £5
Book from: surreycc.gov.uk/culture-and-leisure/history-centre/events
Find out how local people defended their town, families and community during the dark days of WW2. As the sandbags were piled high, barrage balloons filled the air and children were evacuated, the people of Epsom and Ewell mad ready to do battle on the Home Front.
£5 per child
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A free family fun day marking the 75th anniversary of D Day and Operation Epsom (also known as the battle of the Odon). Operation Epsom took place at the end of June and was intended to outflank and seize the German occupied city of Caen. It was successful and prevented Rommel from moving his panzer divisions.
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