Lunchtime lectures 2019 – open to all
We are delighted to announce our 2019 programme of lunchtime lectures.
Doors open 1pm for 1.10pm
The lectures are approximately 45 minutes and finish by 2pm.
Please arrive promptly as places are limited.
Free and open to all
Monday 3 December
Emma Laws Now we are rather older: Revisiting Winnie-the-Pooh
Monday 7 January
Clare Maudling Exeter of the Future: Rebuilding and development after two world wars
Monday 18 February
David Pugsley Was Jane Austen’s aunt a shoplifter?
Monday 18 March
Beth Howell Stories in the Stones: The Archaeology of the South West in 19th Century Literature
Monday 15 April
Mike Richards A History of the Victoria Cross (and some local connections)
Monday 20 May
Simon Priestly Saving lives at Sea
Monday 17 June
John Jones The Victorian Workhouse
Monday 15 July
Robert Guyver An Exeter Life in Peace and War: Cornelius Kerslake (born 1876), Plumber and Soldier
Monday 9 September
Hugh De Souza The work of Exmouth Coastwatch
Wednesday 16 October
Major Nigel Bovey The war between the Skeleton Army and the Salvation Army
Monday 11 November
Dr David Oates How to look at Devon’s Heraldry
Monday 2 December
David Baker General Gordon of Khartoum
For all enquiries please contact Emma Dunn, Programme Manager: email@example.com