Local History Symposium - Early Buildings and Domestic Life in Surrey 1100-1700

Date: 
Saturday, October 24, 2009 - 11:00 to 18:00
EARLY BUILDINGS AND DOMESTIC LIFE IN SURREY, 1100-1700


Programme


    10.00    Exhibits and stalls ready for viewing. Coffee is served

    10.25    Morning Session. Chair: Janet Balchin (Chairman, Surrey Local History Committee)

    10.30    Martin Higgins (County Council Historic Buildings Officer) Evidence from the buildings for the changing
                                                                                       domestic arrangements in Surrey's vernacular houses up to 1700


    11.45    Rod Wild (Domestic Buildings Research Group) Tree-ring dating Surrey's buildings, from the 13th to the 18th C

    12.30    Break for lunch

    14.15    Afternoon Session. Chair: David Calow (Hon Sec, Surrey Archaeological Society)

                Presentation of Gravett Award for Best Local History Display

    14.20    Brigid Fice (Domestic Buildings Research Group) Elizabethan domestic life from probate inventories

    15.00    Jacqui Pearce (Museum of London Archaeology) Pots for every purpose — a survey of Surrey-Hampshire border
                                                                                       wares in the domestic context

    15.40    Break for tea

    16.15    Sara Pennell (Roehampton University)  Feeding the Tudor and Stuart household

    17.00    General Discussion and Close

Tickets include morning and afternoon tea/coffee.
Hot lunches will be available or bring your own packed lunch..

Tickets £10.00 if prebooked (see attached flyer) or £11.00 on door
Postal Address: 
Chertsey Hall
Heriot Rd
Chertsey
KT16 9DR