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Talks presented by the Friends of the Red House Museum

Talks on a variety of subjects take place on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month. These are presented by the Friends of the Red House Museum and take place in Priory House, adjacent to Priory Church, Quay Road BH23 1BU.

Talks take place in Room 8 on the ground floor. The room is fully accessible.

Arrival from 1:30pm, talks start at 2pm.

12 September: 'Lords of Christchurch 1331-1480s' with David Eels, Author and Historian

26 September: 'The Southampton and Dorchester Railways "Lady Wimborne Bridge" The Real Story' with Colin Divall, Professor Emeritus Railway Studies, York University.

10 October: 'An Overview of The Archaeology of Dorset' with Claire Pinder

24 October: 'Women at War - Petticoats, Stockings and Tin Hats: A Feminine View of War' with Joan MacCarty

14 November: 'A WW1 Sunken Secret' with Shirley Critchley, Adventurer

28 November: 'An Afternoon of Inspiration' with Robyn Bolam, Hampshire Poet 2018

12 December: 'Exploring the Dorset Stour' with John Combes, Wildlife photographer and lecturer

Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Red House Museum by phoning 01202 482860 or in person. Remaining tickets will be available on the day and can be purchased at Priory House prior to the Talk starting

Priory House is at the rear of The Priory accessed through arched doorway to the right of the entrance to The Priory. There is limited parking onsite with additional parking available in the Priory Pay and Display council car park adjacent.

Tea and coffee are available for purchase at Red House Museum following each talk at a special rate of £1. Please show your ticket for the talk when your purchase your coffee.



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Red House Museum and Gardens

Address: Red House Museum and Gardens, Quay Rd, Christchurch, BH23 1BU
Telephone: 01202 482860

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