St Albans and District Local History Network Autumn Conference

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Saturday 22 October 2016, Verulamium Museum

By Mike Neighbour

AS OF 25 SEPTEMBER, ALL TICKETS FOR THIS CONFERENCE HAVE BEEN SOLD. A CANCELLATION LIST IS IN OPERATION - PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANISERS FOR FURTHERS DETAILS.

This is the programme for the sixth annual conference. Anyone with a general interest in the history of St Albans and the surrounding area should consider attending.

10.00 Registration, displays and networking

10.30 Welcome by Sarah Keeling, Curator, St Albans’ Museums

10.35 Kate Harwood - Historic Town Gardens

11.05 Rosemary Ross & Alison Macfarlane - Marianne Sherman's dance manuscripts: a glimpse into gentry life in Harpenden at the time of Jane Austen

11.35 Panel Questions

11.45 Coffee break

12.10 Chris Reynolds - Brick Pits & Other Old Holes on Bernards Heath

12.30 Anne-Marie Kelly - Right Up Our Street

12.45 Panel Questions

1.00 Lunch. A light lunch will be provided. (There will also be an opportunity to try some of Marianne Sherman’s dances during the lunch break).

1.55 Afternoon session begins

2.00 Kate Morris - St Peter’s Grange or the Grange in St Peter’s

2.15 Sarah Keeling - How to Care For Small Archives

2.30 Jon Mein - 'St Albans: Life on the Home Front 1914 to 1918'

2.45 Hertfordshire’s Hidden Heroines

3.00 Panel Questions

3.15 Tea break

3.35 SOAPBOXES: Five-minute pop-up sessions

4.30 Close

Booking

For further questions and to reserve a place contact sanetwork@me.com, or call Mike Neighbour on 01992 468259. The organisers will email you to confirm that your name has been added to the delegate list. 

Fee

The organisers are asking for £5 from each delegate as a contribution towards conference expenses. This is payable at the Conference Registration table on arrival.

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