When:
September 17, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 4:15 pm
2019-09-17T14:00:00+01:00
2019-09-17T16:15:00+01:00
Where:
Southwark Pensioners Centre
305-307 Camberwell Road
London
SE5 0HQ
Cost:
£2

Presentations about local places of interest, at the Centre 2- 4pm. Every other Tuesday, (when the Eye-To-Eye Visually Impaired Group is not on). Also occasional guided London walks and tours. Tea and biscuits are served. £2.

Southwark Pensioners’ Centre
305-307, Camberwell Road, SE5 0HQ

2-4pm on Tuesdays 7th January to 31st March 2020

7th January         “The Road to Windrush”

Patricia Dark, Archivist, Southwark Council

 

 21st January    “Walworth Heritage Action Zone”

Stephanie Ostrich, Walworth Heritage Action Zone (HAZ, Project Manager, Southwark Council

 

 4th February      “Historic Portraits of London Road, SE1”

Brigitte Lardinois, Director of the Archive and Research Centre, London College of Communication

 

 18th February    “Reflecting on John Ruskin”

                             Jon Newman, Archivist and Researcher

3rd March             “A Local History Walk in Herne Hill”                

Robert Holden, Local Historian

                                                     (We will leave the Pensioners’ Centre at 2pm prompt or meet Robert with the group at All Saints Church, Rosendale Road SE21 8JY at 2.30pm – entrance to Church is in Lovelace Road)

 

17th March              “Southwark Women – History Unplugged”                                                                  

John Whelan, Artistic Director at People’s Company who perform and bring history to life

 

31st March              “We’ve Come a Long Way” (Stories of Experiences of Elders from the Windrush Generation)

Jacqueline Crooks, Novelist and Researcher

Tea and Biscuits are served
There is a charge of £2 for each session

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