Surrey Archaeological Society’s Local History Committee and Surrey Heritage
Saturday 3 November 2018
at Surrey History Centre 130, Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6ND
10.30-11.00 . Dr. Catherine Ferguson, University of Roehampton . Pepys and Guildford: ‘A dull place, but good air’
11.00-11.30. Isabel Sullivan, Surrey History Centre, Numbering his days. The diaries of John Evelyn
12.00-12.30 . Gordon Cox . The Traveller for Pleasure: William Bray in Georgian Britain, 1760s-1820s
12.30-1.00 . Alan Gibbs Lucy Broadwood’s diaries: Perspectives on music and the arts in Surrey and London
1.15 -2.15 Lunch
2.15-2.45 . Dr. David Taylor FSA, Chairman of Surrey History Trust Culture, Society and the World of the New Woman:
the Diaries of Susan Lushington, 1882-1903
2.45-3.15 Mike Page, Surrey History Centre . ‘Stirring Times': the World War I diaries of Frederick Robinson of Cobham
3.15-3.45 . Kirsty Pattrick, Mass Observation Archive Projects Officer Introducing our diarists; Mass Observation and everyday life
3.45-4.00 . Discussion, tea and close
Tickets £12.00 in advance £15.00 on the day.
You can book online with card payment using Paypal by clicking on the Book tab above. It is advisable to book early as places are limited.
Morning and afternoon refreshments are included. Please make your own arrangements for lunch. It is recommended to bring a packed lunch as there are no cafes near the Surrey History Centre.