Doors open 1pm for 1.10pm 

The lectures are half an hour with questions and finish by 1.50pm.

Please arrive promptly as places are limited.

Free and open to all.

Monday February 20th: Peter Wingfield-Digby  – ‘In the Steps of my Great Aunt: Travels in China’

Wednesday March 22nd:  Simon Cartlidge – ‘Raising the Roof:  Restoration at the Devon & Exeter Institution’

Monday April 10th:  Jonathan Walker – ‘‘The Commando Raid on Glomfjord (Norway 1942) & Hitler’s Secret Execution Order’

Monday April 24th: Mike Richards  –  ‘Executions in Exeter’

 Wednesday  May 24th: Dr. Reuben Ayres  –  ‘Dr. Peter Hennis and the Cholera’
 Monday June 19th:  Dr Julia Neville  –  ‘Devon’s Red Cross Hospitals in the First World War, cottages, country houses and classrooms’
 Monday July 17th: Dr David Radstone –  ‘Sawbones & Leeches: Items from the Devon & Exeter Medical Society museum’
 Monday September 25th:  Ian Varndell – ‘Exeter Dissenters Graveyard’

 Monday October 23rd: Conrad Donaldson –  ‘Exeter Cathedral in the Middle Ages’

Monday November 20th: Cathie Hartigan – ‘A Writer in Residence’

Friday December 8thMiles Harrison – ‘Exeter and West Country Silver 1700-1900’

For all enquiries please contact Emma Dunn, Programme Manager:  emmadunn@devonandexeterinstitution.org