Programme

Spring 2020  

As a result of COVID 19 we are holding our talks via ZOOM

Members will receive emails with the meeting registration details for these talks

Zoom Programme: Mondays 7:15 for 7:30pm

4th May: Industrial Archaeology Hiding in Plain Sight (Simon Ritchie)

11th May: Underground Dorking ( Sam Dawson)

18th May: Alsace Lorraine – Neither France nor Germany? (Garry Brooks)

25th May: The Archaeology of Rowhurst, Leatherhead (Nigel Bond)

1st June: The Vanishing River of Box Hill (Peter Brown)

8th June: Alistair Denniston – founder of the Bletchley Park Codebreakers (John Rowley)

15th June: The Surrey Archeological Society (Dr Anne Sassin Allen)

22nd June: 1st December 1847 – a defining moment in railway time (Bob Bryson)

29th June: Alan Turing, Computing Pioneer, War Hero and Gay Icon (Simon Ritchie)

6th July: Myths and the Mayflower – The Dorking Six (Kathy Atherton)

13th July: Transport 1770- 1870: Horses, Roads, Canals and Railways (Stuart Dennison)

20th July: Dr Dale and Brummagem Joe: Pulpit and Politics in Victorian Birmingham (Chris Bruce-Jones)

3rd August: The Gardens of Surrey (Cherrill Sands)     

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