Autumn Tea & Talks programme

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Our supporters, the Friends of Weymouth Museum, organise an autumn and spring programme of interesting talks by local historians.

The talks are held at St Nicholas Church, Buxton Road, DT4 9PJ. Doors open at 2pm when tea and biscuits are available, and the talk begins at 2.30pm. There is a small cost of £2 per person.

The spring programme begins on Monday 8 February, with the talk titles yet to be confirmed.

As examples of the subjects covered by our talks, take a look at the autumn 2015 programme below.

The autumn programme for 2015

5 October “Cliffs, Coves and Contraband” by Anne King, Dorset historian

12 October “The Big Bang – Bond Street Weymouth 1868” by Richard Samways, local historian and archivist

19 October “Weymouth’s Weather 1881 to 2015” by Geoff Kirkby, local historian

2 November “When the Germans Invaded Dorchester!” by Brian Bates, Dorset historian

9 November “Lost souls – the tragic story of the loss of two East India Company ships 1786 and 1815” by Gordon Le Pard and David Carter, nautical archaeologists

16 November “The Windmills of Dorset” by Richard Crumbleholme, local historian

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